Bathroom door hits toilet
One of my biggest frustrations in my house is that the bathroom door (which is a left-handed inswing), hits the toilet seat and makes a small bathroom feel even smaller. Unfortunately, we can't change the swing if the door to out in the hallway because the hall is too narrow (and we would like to be able to leave the door open for ventilation when it is not in use. We originally thought to just switch it to a right-hand in-swing, but it still would not be able to clear the toilet at its current size (30" wide). Our options appear to be (a) reduce the door to 28" and switch the swing, (b) reduce the door to 28" and install as a pocket door (reduction would still be necessary due to the wall being too short), (c) install a bifold bathroom door (an idea my partner despises), or (d) install a barn-style door (an idea we both hate due to having such a narrow hallway). We are leaning towards option A to remain in keeping with the houses original style, and we have already gotten our hands on a 28" door that matches the other doors in the hallway. My remaining concerns are that our walls are plaster and our door trim are original and thick, and my neighbor indicated that they may be solid wrap-around pieces. What advice do you all have regarding how to safely remove and reuse the existing trim without damaging the plaster, building the wall in without it looking awful, and if this project is a great idea or a disaster in the making? Thanks in advance for your thoughts and advice!!!!