A Secret Cubby or Passage Way, or to Hide an Open Cluttered Corner or Area – Put Up a Hidden Door Bookshelf – Problem Solved, Wishes Granted
It’s not just in the movies, nope. If you have some intermediate do-it-yourself skills, go ahead and get yourself one of these. If you’re DIY challenged, have someone put it in for you. You’ll have one of the funkiest features in your home in the entire neighborhood.
You can purchase a Hidden Door Bookshelf; you don’t have to create it from scratch. Deciding on the opening or covering an opening is the only thing you have to do.
Hidden doors and secret passages are rarely considered part of traditional décor. However, they’re ideal when you need a funky private space or hidden cubby.
Use your secret space for an office to hide clutter, as the entry into a closet, or go ahead and make the place you and the family retreat to for unforeseen safety reasons.
If you’re looking to create a second door between two rooms but don’t want it to look like an actual door, a hidden door bookshelf is a practical and fun solution.
You don’t have to live in a castle to have a hidden passageway. It makes a fun piece for a castle-themed bedroom and the princess who wants to feel like a Queen. There’s no doubt the kids will love it.
Depending on your design, confirm whether you need a door with an inswing or an outswing.
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4 thoughts on “Hidden Door Bookshelf – Your Secret Passageway”
I have to say I love the idea of these bookshelves. Very different
Thanks for stopping by Brenda, I’d love one in my house leading to a secret tunnel lol
I would love to do this in our home! I just need to select a door that I am comfortable leaving closed. I’ve always liked the idea of having a secret room.
Cynthia, it would sure be fun to watch the faces of visitors when you show them the secret doorway lol 🙂 – have to agree, would be pretty cool