Hidden Door Meets Home Theater Ticket Booth

August 20th, 2008 by BallerHouse

Hidden Door, Ticket booth

We’re a big fan of unique hidden doors and cool home theaters, and the Home Theater Ticket Booth Door from Creative Building Resources (CBR) combines the best of both worlds. CBR’s elaborate hidden door features a programmable, scrolling LED sign built into the top of the frame, while the interior of the hidden door functions like your traditional ticket booth, complete with recessed lighting. On the front of the ticket booth, a detailed wood inlay displays the high level of craftsmanship involved in constructing this hidden passageway, although we’d recommend ditching the frosted comedy and tragedy faces on the front ticket booth glass. For those who intend to staff the ticket booth, or at least fill it with a costume-draped dummy, the interior is accessed through a full sized cabinet door at the back. As this hidden door is a custom creation from CBR, we’d recommend ordering yours to match your own home theater decor.

Available through: CBR

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Tags: Creative Building Resources, Entertainment, hidden door, home theater, Indoor, Novelty, Technology

  • Scott

    Absolutely AWESOME!! These guys have taken creativity, functionality and elegance to the limit. Called for a quote and they’re very reasonable and very professional on the phone. Will be ordering a Hidden Passage Door from them very soon.

  • mike parker

    looking for plans on hiding a room under a stair case

  • Curtisandsteph

    How much is this and where can I buy one?

  • Louisa Hemstreet

    This tricky setup is ideal for people who want to build their own home theater, but don’t want to use up a lot of space. Adding a ticket booth definitely completed the look, and a hidden passage adds a mysterious aura to that area of the house.

    Louisa Hemstreet

  • Anonymous

    We used this same setup for a Home Theater TV Installation in San Diego. http://www.hometheatersandiego.com

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