hidden door. Monday , October 01st , 2018 - 07:52:38 AM
Hiding In the Family Room. It might be game central or a working den, but this area is full of secret possibilities. Cabinets aren't just for kitchens anymore. When two counters meet in a corner, you have a nice niche for books, framed photos and favorite collectibles. Underneath, cabinets provide plenty of space, but don't overlook that empty corner between their shelving. All it needs is a round rotating shelf behind a small fold-out door, and you have concealed storage tucked in the corner. Remodeling the family room with custom cabinetry lets you enjoy warm wood tones or decorate with bold colors. It's also a chance to sneak in a mini fridge cleverly hidden behind a cabinet door. Re-purposing a closet as your desk area lets you close up the office at the end of the day. Your family room is full of expanding ideas in disguise.
Some of the books I read told about using these secret rooms for nefarious purposes, others told about the man of the house getting away from rooms that were overflowing with unwanted guests. Some of the rooms were used as war rooms where spies put maps on the table to plot how to get information or rescue hostages. And some of the secret rooms were used for men who wanted a place to drink port and play cards. No one ever said if there was anyone who was allowed to clean these hidden rooms. Even though I've never had a reason to have my own hidden room with secret panels to access them, they still hold a fascination for me. I guess some things you never outgrow, no matter how old you are.
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