|Forum topic by robdew||posted 05-06-2013 08:25 PM||1920 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
05-06-2013 08:25 PM
I am building a medicine cabinet and due to an adjacent wall mirror I need to prevent the door from opening greater than about 80 degrees. I am not confident that hinges alone would prevent the door from flexing and striking the mirror. Reversing the door is not an option.
I had thought of using chain but that seems likely to tangle and awkward. I am sure I have seen brass rail-style door stops on the top of cabinet doors.
I diligently searched google for cabinet door stops and the best I can find are trunk lid support rails. Those look undesirable.
I am still in the design phase so just about any option is on the table. I’ve ruled out the door opening vertically as well.