When I moved into my home, the bathroom had a standard door that opened outward into the hallway. It bothered me instantly because you could not walk down the hallway when it was open. Keeping it closed didn't seem like an option because the bathroom window lets a lot of light into an otherwise windowless hallway. Also it's easy to see it's unoccuppied, etc.
I quickly replaced it with a bifold door typically seen on closets (24 in. x 80 in. Composite White 6-Panel Bi-Fold Door-02431 at The Home Depot) that had been at the top of the basement steps. Not only was it an amateur execution, but I've noticed that only about 50% of the people that use my bathroom can figure out how to completely close the thing.
So while I had a carpenter over for another issue I asked about replacing it with another door that takes up less space. His only suggestion so far is one of these telescoping vinyl doors (Fusion 32 in. x 80 in. White Folding Door-PRFU3280WH at The Home Depot).
While that's probably fine, I wonder what other options are out there. Any suggestions?