I designed a fitted cupboard to fit into my roof space and without any prior experience to building a cupboard with complex geometry (and not very square and level walls/floors) I've run into a major issue when trying to hang the doors.
I'm using concealed cupboard hinges such as these.
I originally planned to have the doors open out from centre on each cupboard pair but not considering the roof would impede this I'm having to open left to right.
Problem I now have is the very top corner (top right) of each door is catching on the upper frame.
I can't use butt hinges as the doors aren't recessed in to the cupboard.
I did think about squaring off the high peaks but not 100% sure if this would help and it would ruin the look I was going for...Wanted that 'false wall' look.
I could also trim the doors down, but this would leave a very noticeable line/gap around the doors.
Any help and advice greatly appreciated. Having difficulty finding the right guidance...Need to speak to an expert that understands the problem...main problem...should have paid someone to do it :D