This tilt-top table, once for sale on Rita Bucheit Antiques, was built in 1825 and shows an interesting secret compartment revealed when the top is tilted vertically.
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Natelli Homes will custom make you a secret bookcase door if you’re in the Maryland/Virgina area.
Secret compartments are nothing new. This Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters belt buckle from 1946 includes a slide out hidden compartment.
I haven’t found much background info on this story, but it looks like someone was trying to smuggle large amounts of contraband across the border with secret compartments in hay bales.
This wall panel near the fireplace in the great room opens up to reveal a secret media room passage.
This is a secret bookcase door, loaded with dummy books, built into the library of Oxford Hall in Norfolk, England.
This secret door, posted originally on Reddit, is in the back of a wardrobe leads to a Narnia inspired playroom.
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These bookcase doors slide sideways to reveal a fold out Murphy bed made by the Wall Bed Factory.
Behind a hinged painting, picture frame, or movie poster is a great place to store media equipment, as seen in this traditional home theater featured on Houzz.