Follow us for more house inspo, tips, tricks and more… Concealed or hidden doors are a popular interior design trend due to their functionality and aesthetics. View this project by Doubble Interior Associates Plus, it's always nice to be able to wow your guests with this unique feature. Out of sight powder room There are a number of surprise elements found in this urban abode. The first thing you'll notice as you enter this condominium unit is a pristine marble island and a small kitchen through a glass door.
But what many people didn't realise is that there is a secret door right around the corner that leads to a powder room. The hidden rooms give the impression that this condominium has a bigger space despite only 662 square feet!
Yes, many people would miss that there are actually hidden storage cabinets disguised as a panel wall behind the living room's freestanding TV! Despite being just 526 square feet in size, this condominium unit has a spacious walk-in closet adjacent to the bedroom. To save space, the designer installed a floor-to-ceiling glass translucent sliding door, which is ideal for separating the bedroom from the walk-in closet without interfering with the walking flow as a regular door that swings outwards would.
View this project by The Grid Studio Because there is no hardware or handles to indicate a door, this room is ideal for keeping your valuables safe from unwanted guests. When the secret swing doors are opened, it reveals a folding desk, shelving unit, and table lamp hidden behind the white wainscoted walls. If you don't look closely, you might miss the door handles too, which is painted in white to match the fake walls.
A camouflaged door that leads to the storeroom You can be forgiven for thinking that this floor-to-ceiling blackboard is just a decorative feature wall to doodle on.