I'm about to embark on the Great Humidor Building Adventure.
The doors will be about 160cm/63" tall and about 45cm/18" wide, they will be rail and stile glass doors. I worry that they will be two heavy for just two hinges on each door, so I'm thinking of going with four hinges on each door, just to make sure it is over kill
These are the hinges I'm looking at getting....
>> Silentia® Face Frame Soft-Closing Concealed Hinges <<
These doors will be a full 3/4" thick, or more (not sure yet), and they will overlap each other, so locking one door with the >> tall gang lock set << will secure both doors.
I do not want a center piece in the face frame, it is a display case for the cigars, so a center bit on the face frame would just get in the way, IMHO.
I will be making the humidor in two pieces, overall height will be 200cm/79" and will be 90cm/35" wide by about 45cm/18" deep.
I'm thinking the bottom unit will be about 60cm/24" tall, and a bit deeper than the top unit, I think this will look better. The bottom unit will have regular rail and tile doors, no glass, this area will be for storing boxes of cigars. The box of the cabinet will be made from plywood and the face frame and rails and stiles from solid wood, of course, I'm not sure what I'll go with, most likely walnut. The base unit will have a humidification device and fans to keep everything at 70% RH.
Well, that should do if for now, I'll have more questions as this goes forward!