A user on Instructables created this custom nightstand with a hidden drawer under the top. The top rail above the visible drawers can be pulled out to reveal a hidden storage space large enough to conceal a firearm, jewelry and other valuables right next to your bedside.
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The Survival First channel on Youtube recently posted this video of a DIY secret compartment nightstand. After removing the top of the nightstand, they attached two small hinges and a latch mechanism. Then they added a shelf inside with the help of some wooden blocks. When the lid is closed, no one would be the […]
Linh Ngo has created this wall mounted gun rack that’s concealed behind a lift up panel. A video of his creation is here. His panel is a woodburned mural on a piece of cedar of the classic “Don’t Tread On Me” flag. This could be substituted for any number of paintings, collages, photos, etc. The […]
Confronted with a bedroom in the basement with no separation from the TV room, user deanaronson over at Ikea Hackers created this wall of bookshelves with a secret door. They used three 30″ wide bookcases and a 15″ case on the far left to create the divider. The back was strengthened by adding plywood to […]
Chris from Man Made DIY put this unique secret compartment together. He cuts out a large portion of some old 12″ vinyl record covers. he then glues them together using some pine boards for reinforcement. The build process is documented here. The finished result blends right in with the existing record collection. This same process […]
The Homestead Survival has detailed instructions with illustrations on how to build this chaise lounger from old pallets with hidden storage inside.
Reddit user lord_farquad posted pic on imgur of an iPad hidden in a hollow book. Their friend is a middle school teacher that found a student with the concealed gadgets in class.
This article from the DIY Network shows step-by-step how to remove a section of flooring and install a secret storage cubby below. While this may seem like an exotic feature, it can be done relatively easily in many homes.
Andrew Salomone over on Instructables.com describes how to create a secret compartment in a standard No.2 pencil. He uses several in-progress photos and details the construction fluently. You need a drill press in order to hollow the pencil, but the rest of the process looks pretty straightforward.
This Instructable shows how to install a secret file folder in an interior door. The folder can be easily accessed from the top of the door when open.