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Advice needed please:
I am currently renovating a 1950' bungalow that has built in storage floor to ceiling cupboards in hallwall.

I'd like to replace all bedroom doors with contemporary internal doors and would like to match the cupboards. Problem is how? The cupboard storage is floor to ceiling with one big cupboard and a smaller one above, ideally I'd like to keep it as 2 and keep the floor to ceiling aspect for maximum storage. They are a good foot thinner than our bedroom door widths too.
Any advice on how I can so this?


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