Folding French doors – The doors folding are used often for pantries or cabinets, but can also be used to replace a door entry standard or French doors. Although many folding doors consist of two parts, you can also install one of four pieces that will open in the center. This allows replacing a door opening into a larger entrance with a pair of folding doors. Save money by creating a pair of folding doors using cheap tools and supplies purchased at any hardware store.
Folding French doors, cut four rectangles of a sheet of plywood with a circular saw to measure 18 inches (45.72 cm) wide and 72 inches (182.88 cm) long. Paint the joints with latex paint, and then let them dry for four to six hours. Place four boards on a flat surface, aligning the edges.
Folding French doors, place three bronze hinges elbow along the join between two tables, then put more elbow three hinges along the seam between the two tables. Evenly spaced hinges. Screw the hinges in place with a screwdriver. Tour the two pairs of folding doors and places three door hinges along the two outer edges. Evenly spaced hinges and screw them in place. One wheel knob spring sliding on the upper and lower edges of the two pairs of folding doors, placing wheels 1 inch (2.54 cm) on the side of the middle seam where the two pairs of doors are.