This is going to be tough to describe. The entry into my bedroom is ripe for french doors, but when they open into the room, it will be very awkward for they wont open in a way that is dramatic. So I have decided to marry the doors together to make one big 4 foot door. Here’s the trick, they will be a left hand door opening in to land against the left wall of the room. But if I use standard door hinges, it eats up 4 feet of wall on that side of the room. I have seen a type of articulated hinge, that as the door swings open, the pivot point shifts from one foot from the jamb, so that when it is open, the door actually extends only 3 feet into the room. Does this make sense? I tried searching, but “hinge” tends to bring up rather large return. Any help is appreciated.