Hide in Style with a Creative Hidden Door

April 28th, 2008 by BallerHouse

hidden-door-3.jpg

When it comes to hooking up a hidden door in your crib, you essentially have three options: you can build one yourself, you can purchase a premade revolving bookcase from an ordinary wood-working company, or you can opt for a precision hiding system from Creative Home Engineering.

As Creative Home Engineering states, “a thief can’t burglarize a room he can’t find.” So, to make sure your hidden door stay hidden, Creative Home Engineering offers a number of non-traditional hiding machines. Sure, they’ve got the standard revolving bookcase and sliding wall panels. But, the company also constructs hidden doors from grandfather clocks, fireplaces, paintings, stairwells, and other household fixtures. They also offer an option that allows your hidden door to double as a vault door, so your valuables stay double protected.

Priced from $5-$250K, you’ll probably want to make sure you’ve really got something big to protect to make the purchase worth your while. But, even if you don’t, Creative Home Engineering claims that a quality hidden door can make a solid investment from an appreciation standpoint. And, if you’ve got nothing to hide, the bragging rights are definitely worth something as well.

hidden-door-5.jpg hidden-door-2.jpg hidden-door-1.jpg

Available through: Creative Home Engineering

  • Facebook
  • Digg
  • Slashdot
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Technorati
  • NewsVine

Related Posts

Tags: Construction, Creative Home Engineering, Design, hidden doors, Miscellaneous


  • http://thehomecrowd.com/2008/04/30/hidden-passageways/ The Home Crowd | Hidden Passageways

    [...] From Creative Home Engineering (via BallerHouse) [...]

  • http://blog.squarejaw.com/2008/05/01/links-for-2008-05-01/ Mayhem Ensues » Blog Archive » links for 2008-05-01

    [...] Hide in Style with a Hidden Door from Creative Home Engineering | BallerHouse.com Looks like the perfect entrance to a “mancave” to me. (tags: architecture decor design) [...]

  • http://www.gadgetking.com/2008/05/01/add-a-hidden-passage-way-to-your-home/ Add A Hidden Passage Way To Your Home | GadgetKing.com

    [...] [Via Ballerhouse] [...]

  • http://www.elitechoice.org/2008/04/30/eventual-secreted-staircase-idyllic-for-aspirant-bond-rogues/ Creative home engineering, gadgets, hidden, secret, secret room, staircase, hidden staircase, Designer, Furniture

    [...] BallerHouse Tags: Creative home engineering, Designer, Furniture, gadgets, hidden, hidden staircase, secret, [...]

  • http://www.ballerhouse.com/2008/05/27/the-air-vent-safe-hidden-storage-for-the-baller-on-a-budget/ The Air Vent Safe: Hidden Storage for the Baller on a Budget | BallerHouse.com

    [...] you’ve got $5k to spend on a custom hidden door, finding an inconspicuous place in your crib to store your valuables can be a challenge. [...]

  • http://crookeduniform.com/blog/2008/08/12/stockinger%e2%80%99s-custom-safe-line-invest-in-style/ Shock Mansion » Blog Archive » Stockinger’s Custom Safe Line: Invest in Style

    [...] Each custom safe in Stockinger’s Bespoke Line requires 20 unique teams of craftsmen to complete, and the result is an intricate work of art backed by unparalleled protection. The only issue we see is that Stockinger’s custom safes might be a little difficult to conceal, unless they’re placed behind a hidden door. [...]

  • http://www.ballerhouse.com/2008/08/20/hidden-door-meets-home-theater-ticket-booth/ Hidden Door Meets Home Theater Ticket Booth | BallerHouse.com

    [...] a big fan of unique hidden doors and cool home theaters, and the Home Theater Ticket Booth Door from Creative Building Resources [...]

  • http://www.shockmansion.com/2008/08/21/hide-in-style-with-a-creative-hidden-door/ Shock Mansion Entertainment » Blog Archive » Hide in Style with a Creative Hidden Door

    [...] a big fan of unique hidden doors and cool home theaters, and the Home Theater Ticket Booth Door from Creative Building Resources [...]

  • mike parker

    I have been trying to figure out how to open my stair way {i have A split entry} looks just like the picture that I got this from I have a L shaped room next to the stairs the room Id like to hide would behind the stairs and wall of the end of the L shape I would like planes on how to open the stair way thank you mike parker

  • http://www.gadgetsharp.com/20091011/six-creative-cool-home-doors/ Gadget Sharp – Six Creative Cool Home Doors

    [...] Creative Hidden Door [link] [...]

  • http://dowithlove.wordpress.com/2009/10/11/10-unusual-and-creative-doors/ 10 Unusual and Creative Doors « Bitter Sweet*

    [...] Always remember that a thief can’t burglarize a room he can’t find. [link] [...]

  • -_-

    “a thief can’t burglarize a room he can’t find.”
    Yeah, and a firefighter cant put out a fire in a room he cant find either!! :D
    What a grand invention.
    Ya bunch of… -_-
    c’mon people.

  • Richie

    A burglar can’t burglarize a room he can’t find. And what if someone accidentally locks you inside a room they can’t find? C’mon how stupid can people get XD

  • Irish_man25

    Where can I find the plans or order this staircase?

  • REally

    The stairway automatically opens when the fire alarm is tripped (has battery backup) and also has a manual opening mechanisim

  • beasty

    beast

  • Keithc

    were cud i get the plans for the staircase  mechanisum

  • http://budgetselfstorageflorida.com/tampa-self-storage-facilities.shtml Ericka Muldowney

    Whoa! This is beyond what fiction movies can offer. Cheers to the inventor of this creative hidden door. This is perfect for hiding your cherished valuables into a vault that only you can unlock.

  • bernardo

    how much money like if you put in like a door in your closet but it looks like a normal wall

  • webster

    you need to spell properly first

  • mlmvc

    Hello,everyone my name is Lilian from USA i never ever believed in spell
    until i meet a man called Dr upesa, who help me cast a spell that bring
    back my ex-lover who left me for one years before our marriage,His
    spells works beyond my imaginations and today i am happily married two
    kids and me and my [ex-lover] now husband are very happy more than ever
    before,what more can i say rather than to say thank you Dr upesa for
    been there for me,contact him today and your life will never ever remain
    the same his email is upesaspelltemple@gmail.com

blog comments powered by Disqus