Each section of this custom bookcase installation in an attic slides forward to allow access to unused storage space behind.
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We found this faux electric outlet wall safe on eBay. It appears to be for Australia and New Zealand, though we aren’t sure how real it works. It mounts directly to the wall with screws or double backed tape and opens to reveal a secret stash compartment.
The bottom of this shelf from TacticalWalls drops down to reveal secret gun storage compartment. TacticalWalls builds a variety of concealment compartments to discretely add storage for guns, ammo and other valuables to your home. These shelves are one of the newest products to come out of this company.
The lid of this solid wood coffee table from The Rustic Acre lifts up to reveal storage for 4 long guns and 2 boxes of ammo. The ammo box lids of space for additional pistols. The lid locks to protect from unauthorized access. This table makes good use of normally unutilized space in the middle […]
This handmade oak table from Stealth Furniture is perfect for use as an entry or sofa table. The thing that sets this table apart is a drop down door located at the end. The door allows for access to a long compartment, perfect for storing a rifle or shotgun within easy access of your entryway. […]
This small bookcase from Meginnis Customs on Etsy has a secret drawer in the center shelf. The felt lined drawer can be locked and is undetectable. Each table is built to your specifications.
This handmade oak wall shelf we found on Etsy has a secret drop down shelf hidden inside. The top shelf stays flat to keep from disturbing anything on display. The drop down compartment has a felt lined interior held closed by a magnet lock. To open you place a wooden barrel with a neodymium magnet […]
These 14K gold rings are custom made for each order. Each ring has a secret compartment with hinged lid that can conceal one Viagra pill discreetly.
The Hazlewood Castle in North Yorkshire was originally built in the 1200’s. The library now includes this secret door disguised as a bookcase. The door leads to a hidden passage through the castle.
The Homestead Survival has detailed instructions with illustrations on how to build this chaise lounger from old pallets with hidden storage inside.