A Hidden Door to Your Home Theater: How to Build a Bookshelf Door

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We got a lot of interest on Bubba’s other site  in our recent post on building a saferoom or hidden closet. There are some ideas on building a saferoom, (a hideaway from criminal intrusion) or even a simple hidden closet to keep valuables, guns, or other important possessions or documents in. But,  This guy on YouTube at luvguns61 shows a great way to build a bookshelf door for under $200, It looks great, blends with the rest of the decor, and would not be recognized unless someone truly knew it was there. Take a look:

How to Build a Bookshelf Door

So is that slicker than owl shit or what? Imagine using that as just a great conversation starter, an entrance to your home theater…. and you could use it as a safe room in the event of a full on emergency.  The addition of a two way mirror is a great idea. Even if you’ve got your home theater built, as a bubba you recognize that this could hide a fantastic place for valuables, guns, jewelry, and even your small fireproof safe that houses your important personal documents and hard drive backups.  As a secret home theater entrance, this would certainly keep neighbors or certain family members from knowing about your high end home theater (if they don’t know about it, they can’t invite themselves over!)

For $200, you can’t beat this hidden door to your theater as an additional layer of protection for your expensive investment. Now don’t go showing it off to every idiot in the neighborhood, or to all the two bit contractors that trudge through your house. A secret is only a secret if it’s secret.




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