Apr 16, 2012

35 Secret Passageways Built Into Houses

 

Everyone has a secret hiding place, some are just more elaborate than others. Maybe you have precious valuables, want a panic room for your family or simply need a secret lair to take over the world from. Whatever your need, Creative Home Engineering are industry leaders in high quality secret doors and passageways.

In their own words:

A quality secret door is a very precise machine that must maintain extremely tight tolerances. Many companies simply attach a hinge to a piece of carpentry, resulting in a secret door that sags, warps, rubs, and looks obvious, especially when a load is applied, or with time as humidity and temperature fluctuate.
 
Creative Home Engineering products are precisely engineered to handle these conditions while maintaining those essential tight tolerances. They contain hidden cavities with steel structural support members to keep the door strong and rigid, along with our patented custom hinges, and numerous other technical innovations that have set us apart as the leader in the secret door industry.
 
Our secret passageways are designed to be installed in minutes anywhere in the world. They come pre-hung in their own door frames which simply slide into the rough door opening as though it were a typical appliance. If you can install a conventional pre-hung door, you can install one of our secret passageways. [Source]

 
In short, hidden passageways and secret rooms in your house are cool. Here is a gallery of 35 awesome hidden/secret passageways built into various houses and homes. All designs are by Creative Home Engineering.

 

 

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