hidden door. Monday , October 01st , 2018 - 15:23:07 PM
I just came across an article about hidden rooms behind bookcases and it showed a lot of photos of how these rooms were undetected by others. Most of them looked too easy to discover but there were a couple of them that looked like great hideaways for kids.
Hiding In the Bedroom. The closet and chest of drawers in your bedroom serve as standard storage, but they're always too full. Drawer closets are the latest magic for expanding hidden space. These tall units combine roll-out technology with vertical construction, and their double sides make them as spacious as traditional closets. Built-in wall seating isn't hidden, but with a hinged top it doubles as extra-deep space. If you're storing things under the bed, you're on the right track. Installing pull-out trays gives you easy access to an area you're already using. These handy floor drawers are always out of sight, and they discourage dust bunnies. Finding extra storage in the bedroom is easy when you think about where not to look.
One of them had ceiling to floor bookcases, filled with books that looked like they never moved. In fact, when you looked at it, it looked like the kind of bookcases that you see in the offices of doctors and dentists for their patient files. But when you moved this bookcase, and it didn't tell where the movable panel was, there was this delightful room behind it for kids.
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