New Jersey Concealment Furniture is the 800lb gorilla in the handmade secret compartment furniture niche. Their wide range of offering blows most of the competition out of the water. Here’s a lesser known item from them. This is a functional flag case that mounts to the wall. The case actually lifts up to reveal a […]
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This secret shelter featured on Facebook is disguised as a ordinary yard shrub. The side opens up to allow entry into this small space.
This sterling silver poison ring on Etsy flips open to reveal a secret compartment inside.
We don’t know much about this setup, but you can see additional storage boxes housing multiple guns installed beneath the rocker panels on this lifted truck.
This house featured on Imgur has multiple secret rooms. The first door looks like a normal door to an under stairwell closet and opens into a small secret room. Pull back the carpet in this room and you’re welcomed by another trap door to a low ceiling storage crawlspace.
This Honda GL1000 of Randakk’s Cycle Shakk in North Carolina has a false gas tank with panels that open up to reveal a hidden storage compartment. If anyone has extra information on faux tanks, let us know.
Here’s an idea for small apartment spaces. Store your linens under the floor to save space and have functional storage. You’ll also notice this bed has functional drawer storage underneath to make even better uses of space.
This Crick 2005 Show Boat featured on Boat-Fitting.co.uk contains a few finely crafted surprises that included hidden storage and making good use of space. The under floor wine storage in the hallway was our favorite. Nearly all of the accessible floor of this canal boat pivots up to reveal hidden compartments beneath.
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.