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Hidden library

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Office/Library by Katherine Newman and Peter Cebulak in Toronto, Canada

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Office Bookcase Door Photos | Creative Home Engineering

The famous builder of secret passageways around the globe, including: bookcase doors, secret vault doors, and secret entrances of all types.

<b>Q: Why would anyone want to keep such beautiful spaces a secret?</b> A: Because secret rooms are awwwweeesooome.

Q: Why would anyone want to keep such beautiful spaces a secret? A: Because secret rooms are awwwweeesooome.

Beaux-Arts - Harrison Design

This Beaux-Arts mansion by Harrison Design has a grandeur uncommon to residential design. The home features eight Corinthian columns, each 27 feet high, as well as reclaimed antique entry doors. The interior is appropriately ornate and includes trompe l’oeil ceilings and extensive decorative gilding.

Discover bookshelf ideas on HOUSE - design, food and travel by House & Garden. This built-in bookcase equipped with a ladder also acts as a secret door to a hidden bathroom.

Bookcase & Bookshelf ideas to fit any budget or library, from freestanding & modular, custom-made & DIY, to fit spaces from an entire wall or a small alcove.

“En casa de Camelia Blackburn nada es lo que parece, y todo está lleno de secretos. Personajes de #Horizonte”

“En casa de Camelia Blackburn nada es lo que parece, y todo está lleno de secretos. Personajes de #Horizonte”

Does this not look like something drawn by Maurice Sendak? The bookriot.com writer says of this secret room, "Because sometimes you should have to climb a ladder to reach your secret passageway."  (from StashVault)

If there's one dream that unites all bookish folks (aside from, you know, universal literacy) it's the dream of having a secret passageway hidden