I am designing a new home and am interested to know what the most typical handing of interior doors is. It would seem to me that it makes sense to have most interior doors reverse handed, so that the door opens into a hallway rather than take up space in the room when it is opened. This is especially important in a bathroom, where you would not want to have someone fall in the doorway, thereby preventing the door from being opened from the outside. What I have seen most often, though, is doors opening INTO a room.
What have you all seen, and what would you recommend?
Thanks alot for any advice you may be able to offer-