I have pantry cabinet door that abuts the door to a half-bath. They meet at a 90° angle and are hinged at the same side:
Right now, I have a hinge pin doorstop on the half bath door. Temporarily I have it taped to the half bath door so it rotates along with the door. If the half bath door opens fully, then the hinge pin doorstop contacts the wall between the hinges of the two doors. If the pantry door opens when the half bath door is closed, the hinge pin doorstop catches the pantry door before the two doors hit.
Part of the reason why I needed to tape the hinge pin doorstop to the half bath door was because its pads are at 90° to each other. If there existed a hinge pin doorstop with the pads at 180° from each other (so it looks like a "T", with the base of the T attaching to the hinge and a pad at either end of the top of the T), I think that would solve my problem.
Does such a doorstop exist? Is there a better way?
Here is a picture of the doors:
Here is a closeup when the bathroom door is open, with the hinge pin doorstop hitting the wall:
And a closeup when the pantry door is opened:
With this current setup, the pantry door can open at most about 45°, which is sufficient, and the bathroom door can open to a full 90°. Under no circumstances can the two doors touch.