This small, personal wooden stash box has been decorated on the inside with a collage of cutouts. This could be used to store any number of small items.
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This driveway raises to reveal an automotive elevator to a secret garage below. This is really cool, but seems like it could be a pain if friends were parked in the driveway when you wanted to get the car out.
Here’s a pic from Tumblr of a feather stashed under a floorboard. While this is taken for art’s sake, it shows that there are possibilities for secret storage.
A user on tumblr pulled the battery from an old camera to create this secret stash spot.
This homemade secret compartment book is used as a stash spot for candy.
Whether inspired by James Bond, Anne Frank or Scooby-Doo, it seems many people long for a secret/hidden bookcase door. They can be used to conceal safe rooms, vaults, wine cellars, or simple closets and utility rooms. No matter where a hidden door goes, if it’s made public, it’s a novelty that’s sure to be a […]
The current doomsday news is about the May 21st, 2011 rapture. While I don’t know how anyone would take this particular even seriously, it does bring the topic of “being prepared for a worst case scenario” into the mainstream. To millions of “preppers”, folks that spend a considerable time acquiring and securing preparations, this article […]
A couple bought a house in Utah, where the previous owner, Arnold Bangerter, had passed away. Upon getting the keys and checking it out, the husband, Josh Ferrin, finds $45,000 in cash and other valuables stashed in the ceiling. The stash was housed in 8 WWII ammo boxes, and included cash, old stamps, bond certificates […]
In the November 1939 issue of American Collector magazine, there was an article regarding antique furniture and the secret hiding spots built within. Safety deposit boxes, mutual funds, ETF’s and even checking accounts are relatively new inventions. In the 19th century and before, people relied upon stashing items in their house, be it important documents, […]
This hidden door uses fake books to look like a bookcase in the castle library.