Currently we have a 36" front door that we want to replace. It has a faux door vintage late 60s USA on the outside. So on the outside it looks like we have double doors but really just one door - so we need to cover a 72" gap that is surrounded by brick on each side.
The current dooris right handed and is about 8 inches from wall that it hits when it is opened. So it opens at about 110 degrees into a wall.
We are moving to a door + a sidelite/window setup on each side at 14"-18".
So window panel then door then window panel to cover the whole door space of 72".
Should the door still open to the wall or does it matter? So if we go to a LH door it would open all the way to the wall the door is on - 180 degrees. If we go RH door it will eventually hit current wall it is on (could put a bench there) but at a greater angle than it current does since it will be at least 12-16" further away - hinges to wall.