Listen, what you choose to hide behind your home's doors is absolutely your business, so if you opt to install a secret hidden door in your humble abode, far be it from us to judge you. Whether you're interested in a way to cleverly conceal the world's most valuable treasure, in the market for a Hogwarts-style door bookcase or you're just really inspired by the movie Panic Room, the Hidden Door Store is equipped to install the well-disguised entryway of your choosing.
Lauding itself as "the only company in the world that builds secret doors with a security focus," the Hidden Door Store incorporates a heavy-duty locking system into each door that promises to keep the privacy-promoting portals hidden from burglars and your garden-variety nosy visitors.
Prior to shipping, each door is outfitted with pre-installed features, including a magnet sensing entry system. Buyers can choose from a variety of upgrades, including a wireless keypad, a tilt sensor or a wireless button. Additionally, the Hidden Door Store has an innovative way of avoiding faulty hinges, a common problem with doors. To prevent gaping or sagging, the company uses "proprietary, purpose-designed and patented hinges" that were specifically designed to enable the functionality of secret passageways. The doors are also designed with a built-in steel support system that eliminates sagging, rubbing or contact with the floor and minimizes light penetration beneath and around the door, making it difficult to detect even when viewed up close. The doors are made to remain locked and secure during power outages. Custom doors also feature bullet proofing and forced entry security.
Among the variety of products the company offers are man caves, library bookcase doors, safe compartments, mirror closet doors that swing in or out, armoire covers, gun furniture with hidden storage and more.
Pre-built secret doors start at $2,000. Custom secret doors start at $8,000.