Elizabeth Arnold. hidden door. October 01st , 2018.
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.
If you are still in the construction phase of the house, then, making changes to accommodate the hidden room is not a tough task. The challenge arises when you have to make provisions for it in a house that is already built.
I've never had a need for a hidden room because my privacy was always respected. If I wanted to escape, I just went into my bedroom and closed the door. The message to everyone in the house was don't disturb her, don't knock on her door, don't call her name. She'll come out when she's ready.
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