I have a small ergonomic problem at home. The kitchen has a round kitchen table with chairs, that stays about 5 feet from the corner. In one of those corner walls there is a door that causes no problem at all. On the other wall we have a big cabinet and another door. I made a simplified drawing of the area. Walls are black, furniture is blue, the door that is ok is green and the problematic one is in red.
As you guys can see on the drawing, when the red door is open it becomes really hard to walk around the table. This almost caused an accident already when my granny was standing on that area and I was bringing a boiling lasagna tray to the dining room. Also, the door handle hits the cabinet door.
Is it possible to invert this door so it would open outside the kitchen? I really can’t move the furniture, so this is not an option.
Here is the drawing.