This may sound silly to some of you, but instead of having the doors fold out to the left and the right, can you reverse the hinges on one set of doors, and add a hinge to the middle to join them to the other set and add another top slider to the end of the formerly anchored door, so they would then fold to just one side? Would it put too much strain on the one side of the door, since the other side is no longer anchored? Reason I ask is that the laundry area has bi-folds, which look nicer (since it is in the kitchen) than say a shower curtain, or curtains on hospital tracking, but the door on one side folds partially out into the traffic pattern to the back door. It is actually like a closet but somewhat trapezoidal in shape on one side (nearest the back door), and there is a small triangle of space inside I would like to be able to use more effectively, but sliders wouldn't work because of the where the washer and dryer sit and how they open. Thanks for any advice you can give.