This Prohibition Era office building has a secret passage that’s revealed by moving a secret wooden panel.
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This office from the Prohibition Era has a secret panel door that opens to reveal a hidden cabinet in the wall.
This Prohibition Era office has a hidden panel that opens up to reveal a liquor cabinet space above the fireplace.
This office in a Prohibition Era building has several secret compartments, including this sliding mirror that conceals a small fold-down sink.
The red arrow in the above picture shows two sliding doors with full-size paintings attached. When closed, the doors combine into one large picture. If opened, they reveal a secret room behind.
This media rack in a home theater is concealed by a secret swing-out wall accent panel.
The office in the Steam Punk Home has a couple secret passages, including this wall panel that opens as a secret door.
The Shuffle Play Door featured on DesignBoom includes panels that can be slid up down and sideways to reveal the door handled, secret compartments, or create a window through both sides.
This custom office setup, built by a user on SilencerTalk.com, conceals an array of guns behind a secret door. When closed the wooden panel holds diplomas and accolades. But when opened up you have access to a complete arsenal.
User Missiondt on Reddit does custom wooden trim work, like this wall panel door for a secret room, and this rolling bookcase door.