Secret Door to hidden Room

Cabinet Maker and Artisans have been building secret doors for many centuries. Wealthy landowners and kings had their Master Craftsmen handbuild hidden access Doors to concealed Chambers and Treasuries.

In those days the people that could afford it, had to be very wealthy. Fortunately, that doesn’t have to be the case anymore. There are many reasons why you would like to have a secret Door.

secret door
Secret Door

Our most common secret passage is a bookshelf that hides a secret doorway. We have built these in libraries to gain access to a private office. Alternatively, the bookcase door has served previously the purpose of hiding a fire exit in an apartment.

In one of our previous projects, the secret door leads to a hidden room in an old Priory.

In some cases, we are able to use existing mechanisms that are on the market. But in other cases, like shown to the right, we have developed our own system in order to open the hidden door by pulling on a book.

In addition, we are also able to craft hidden access solutions to Wine Cellar’s which are temperature controlled. These doors can be operated manually by hand or automated if required.

These secret accesses do not have to lead to rooms in all cases. It is also possible to build hidden compartments in a wardrobe or any other piece of bespoke furniture. The compartments can create a space where you keep your valuables.

Hidden Door closed
Hidden Door opening
Hidden Door open

Baumer Joinery

Unit 2, 61 Osbaldwick Lane

York, YO10 3AY

Company No. 12410721

VAT 340 4023 55

info@baumerjoinery.com