I have a bathroom door that naturally tends to close itself if left open. I would like to not replace or rehang the door (it is a cheap hollow-core door, but I would like to add … something so that the door stays all the way open when left open, but can still be closed (and only stay closed if the latch is engaged). It would be preferable if the door would swing open when left partially open. Also, since other people are involved, it cannot be something that has to be ‘done’ every time. My current ’solution’ is for me, and only me, to notice the door has swung shut and go over and drape a towel off the towel rack over th door knob 😃
(The room is the first room off th furnace/AC, so if the door is closed, that room gets either very hot or very cold). If it matters, the basement dates from the early 1960s, and the room is a very small half-bath (about 5’x5’).
A closure with a ‘keep open’ setting or a door stop with a magnetic latch will only keep the door open if it is intentionally pushed all the way back, and I basically want the opposite, for the door to be opened unless it is actually latched closed.