We have two hall closets side by side with regular outswing doors. We are converting it to one large single closet (knocking wall down that separates them) with two sliding doors.
My problem, the new opening will be 63.75 inches. Overlap on the doors for sliding closet should be 3-4 inches. Ideally two 34 inch panel doors would provide what I need, but 34x80 doors don’t exist.
Would you recommend two 36 inches and rip them down to 34? Or one 32 and one 36 inch door.
I’m concerned about ripping down the doors to size, we likely will do hollow doors so they are lighter to hang for sliding purposes, and don’t prefer to rip down a hollow core door, there should be enough actual wood on the edge but it still concerns me.
I’m also concerned about 2 different sized doors, and the 36 inch will overlap more of the opening making the middle hard to access. Let me know if you have any ideas.