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57 Unbelievable secret doorways into hidden rooms

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 Designing secret doorways that leads into hidden rooms and passageways in your home can be an exciting new design concept to introduce into your home. These doors can look like clean walls but they lead to hidden rooms such as a vault, reading nook, children’s playroom, home library, home office, gun vault, etc. These hidden doors can also turn into secret corridors or halls that connect the house’s interior with the backyard. But these corridors have another history being as old as the architecture is.

We have gathered together for you a large collection of hidden door ideas in order to help you create the perfect design for your home. In short, hidden passageways and secret rooms in your house are cool. Here is a gallery of 57 awesome secret doorways that leads into hidden rooms built into various spaces throughout the home. Don’t be surprised if you see behind a classic mirror a vault or behind the bookshelves a secret passageway.

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The first bookcase on the lower level adjacent to the circular staircase is a hidden door that leads to the master suite, allowing the client to stay close to his books. “This room is all new,” states the designer, “but the materials selected gave it an aged appearance,” and the furniture doesn’t compete with architecture.”

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Many of these can hardly be considered “Hidden” and most appear to require quite a large amount of square space.

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Floppy .giraffe

So many of these were just doors. Nothing unbelievable, secret, or hidden about them.

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Tammie Millerl

I enjoyed looking at all of these! Some where inspiring!

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Thank you!