it sooo didn't happen.
not even close.
intially there were exterior hinges on my cabinet doors. they were dated and almost western looking. one of the first things i did was take those babies off and throw them in the trash.
after a full day of hardware shopping, i decided on a partially concealed interior hinge. what i didn't realize is that the interior hinge actually added 1/8" to the width of each door and prevented two doors closing side-by-side; the openings are now too small for the extra width added.
of course i already had all 38 hinges installed on the cabinet doors. brilliant.
after i finally calmed down i was able to weigh out my options:
1. stick with an exterior hinge:
2. cut 1/8" off of each door.
anyone have a table saw?