hidden door. Tuesday , October 02nd , 2018 - 00:10:28 AM
Hiding In Plain Sight. Bookshelves are mini libraries, stairways are family transportation corridors, and beautifully paneled walls are interior design. These are also some of the best places for hiding your secret storage. With a little custom construction, those bookshelves over the desk pull out to reveal behind-the-scene trays and cubby holes. Their double-sided design turns dead space into a convenient stash for files and supplies. Apply this same roll-out idea to a stair step, and it's simple to disguise a drawer underfoot. While these ideas are fun, they also give you a secure place to store small valuables and important papers. Remember that floor-to-ceiling bookcase in the movies that swung open to a secret chamber? You don't need that much room behind your lovely paneling, but the same design gives you even more hidden storage.
If you're looking for another bedroom, you may be able to build your own by finishing off a basement that has an exposed window, or by converting the space above your garage. You can do this work yourself if you're handy, or contract it out to a professional. Regardless, make sure to follow all local code and regulations. And don't worry too much about planning where you want the new room, as it really isn't that hard. It's not like you're drawing up log house plans or something. Just think about the dimensions of the room, where you want the door and closet, and where the window should be in the room. Put some tape on the floor to show where the walls would go and try to envision what it would look like when it's done.
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