Look at the pictures of the walkers to the right and notice that the wheels of the walker on the left are on the “outside” of the walker’s legs. The wheels come off most walkers and can be “reversed” so that the wheels are on the inside of the walker legs!
Simply push the button to release the wheels and put the wheels on the other side of the walker! This makes the overall width of the walker smaller without compromising safety.
If putting the walker’s wheels on the inside is still not enough, you can try a couple of things with the door. Most doors are actually sit within the opening of the door and can take up 1 1/2 to 2 inches or more in usable walking space. You could just take the door off the hinges to gain the extra width but that might not be desirable in all cases.
Fortunately, swing clear hinges were invented for just this case. They are special hinges that swing a door completely out of the opening. This allows for maximum clear width of the opening. See the picture above. Swing clear hinges can be found in most hardware stores and at The Home Depot and Lowe’s