My garage has three wooden doors that cover the opening. The middle one's hinges are attached to the right door. The left and the right doors' hinges are attached to the walls. This way you could open only the middle door or two doors or all three doors to fully open it.
I know this is an odd setup but I actually kinda like it.
The garage is small and barely fits one car. I don't use it for a garage but rather to store my tools and use it as a workshop.
The doors need to be replaced. I looked at standard garage doors but didn't like them very much. I'm going in and out of the garage pretty often, especially these days when I'm renovating. I'm a bike commuter so get in and out with my bike at least twice a day.
I'm toying with the idea of redoing it the same way (with three doors) but use three modern fiberglass flush doors or maybe even doors with half windows.
Would this work? Or it a bad idea?