10 Secret Hiding Place Products for Your Home
Keep your prized possessions safe and hidden with these secret-hiding-place products.
While it looks like an electrical outlet, this product is really a secret hiding place for small valuables like money, jewelry and credit cards. It’s made of high-impact plastic and metal, and comes with cutout saw and template for easy installation in minutes.
Check out these other secret hiding places for more inspiration on how to keep your things safe.
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Letter Rack With Key Box
This letter rack is great for placing your kid’s homework, permission slips and other documents that you need to access quickly. And, more private items keys can be stored within the box.
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Photo: Courtesy of Hidden Basics
Hidden Bookcase Door
Murphy Door has created this seriously cool product. This built-in bookcase transforms your doorway into an exciting hidden bookcase door that serves as a secret passageway!
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Secret Mirror Door
This secret mirror door turns any closet or room into a hidden room! Made by Hidden Door Store, the mirror uses patented secret door hinges, includes a battery-powered integrated locking system, and is hand-crafted from specially engineered wood that features a laser-etched finish.
You could also make this cool hidden staircase drawer.
Photo: Courtesy of Hidden Door Store
Water Bottle Safe Stash
Don’t settle for noisy, suspicious, smell releasing water bottle diversion safes. With its revolutionary “invisible” reverse screw system and smell-proof, sound-reducing internal stash bag, you can rest assured that with the PartyBottle, people will think you’re awesome for using a reusable water bottle—they’ll never suspect you have stuff stashed inside!
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Photo: Courtesy of ExpressGifts
Hair Brush Safe Stash
The bathroom might not be the first place a thief looks for valuables, but that’s what makes this diversion tactic even better. Stash this hair brush safe in a drawer in your bathroom, hiding away small valuables like money and jewelry. It’s also a great option when traveling!
Your bathroom could also use this hidden compartment medicine cabinet you can make yourself.
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Ajax Cleaner Safe Can
This safe can is handcrafted from a real Ajax can. It’s perfect for holding cash and jewelry, or other valuables you need to keep out of plain sight. It features an undetectable screw-off top and weighs the same as a full can of the actual cleaner.
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Book Safe With Combination Lock
This professional safe box is built to look like a book, making it an inconspicuous place to store valuable possessions. For an added level of security, be sure you tuck the book into a bookshelf, alongside real ones.
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Not all hide-a-keys are stealthy, including the typical rock version you stick outside your door that doesn’t look like a real rock at all! This option is a discreet working thermostat that reads the temperature while also hiding your car, house or other keys on the inside. Simply mount on any outside or inside wall for easy access to spare keys when you need them.
You may also like this bookcase of secrets.
Photo: Courtesy of Stalwart
Hidden Compartment Picture Wall
This lovely artwork is crafted from skilled Amish woodworkers, and features a secret compartment. You can choose from one of the manufacturer’s standard images, or even upload your own custom image or portrait, which they’ll print onto the smooth wood surface. The result is a piece of art that doubles as a place to store valuables.
Here’s how to build a floating shelf with a secret drawer.
Photo: Courtesy of Stealth Furniture
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