20 Clever Hidden Storage Ideas


Hidden storage can be fun to use and make, and it play an important part in protecting items in your home. Take a look at these clever hidden storage ideas, which include hidden stairway storage, hiding trash can in a tilt-open-door cabinet, bathroom storage case behind the mirror, hidden storage headboard and etc. Some of the ideas are products that you can purchase from most hardware stores or Wal-Mart, but most are things that you can do yourself to create a hideaway storage area in your home.

Clever Hidden Storage Ideas!

Fabulous reclaimed wood shelves with a hidden drawer,

Fabulous reclaimed wood shelves with a hidden drawer, source

Unique hidden storage headboard,

Unique hidden storage headboard, source

Hidden Outlet Wall Safe. It looks like an electrical outlet but it is a great place to hide your valuables.

Hidden Outlet Wall Safe. It looks like an electrical outlet but it is a great place to hide your valuables. source

Nifty Niches Niches carved out between wall studs provide the prefect spot to conceal bathroom items of all shapes and sizes.

Nifty Niches Niches carved out between wall studs provide the prefect spot to conceal bathroom items of all shapes and sizes. source

Column style corners on this kitchen island are more than just decorative. Opening the recessed panel with a push latch reveals hidden cookbook storage.

Column-style corners on this kitchen island are more than just decorative. Opening the recessed panel with a push latch reveals hidden cookbook storage. source

Rustic DIY coffee table with a hidden drawer,

Rustic DIY coffee table with a hidden drawer, source

Hidden space behind a picture,

Hidden space behind a picture, source

Create hidden storage in the bathroom by simply remove a tile or two and making a hole. A perfect place to hide valuables.

Create hidden storage in the bathroom by simply remove a tile or two and making a hole. A perfect place to hide valuables. source

This hollow computer keyboard provides a good place to store little items.

This hollow computer keyboard provides a good place to store little items. source

A big bathroom storage case behind the mirror to hold all the goodies,

A big bathroom storage case behind the mirror to hold all the goodies, source

The built in cabnet surrounding this tub provides enough space for extra cleaning sponges, shampoo, and soap.

The built-in cabnet surrounding this tub provides enough space for extra cleaning sponges, shampoo, and soap. source

A clever bath mirror with side pull out shelves that let users access items without interrupting their looking glass view.

A clever bath mirror with side pull-out shelves that let users access items without interrupting their looking-glass view. source

Hide bathroom cabnets behind wall art. They provide more than enough hidden storage.

Hide bathroom cabnets behind wall art. They provide more than enough hidden storage. source

Hide your bedroom TV in this coffee table.

Hide your bedroom TV in this coffee table. source

Hide your trash can in style with this tilt open door cabinet.

Hide your trash can in style with this tilt-open-door cabinet. source

Chair with hidden storage,

Chair with hidden storage, source

Floating Shelf with Secret Storage,

Floating Shelf with Secret Storage, source

Hidden storage behind the books spines,

Hidden storage behind the books spines, source

Hidden storage in bathroom for tub, shampoo and conditioner, etc.

Hidden storage in bathroom for tub, shampoo and conditioner, etc. source

Hidden Stairway Storage,

Hidden Stairway Storage, source

Comments

  1. Beverly Oakes Reply

    Love all the ideas! I just moved to a new place and it definitely needs some renovation and I’m also trying to organize the storage space according to my necessities. These ideas are really lovely and some seem to fit perfectly in my place. thank you for sharing!

  2. Cynthia Lambert Reply

    The coffee table TV cabinet makes no sense. Why would one have a coffee table in the bedroom? And where is the power source and signal source? A TV requires a cable and power cord.

  3. Kevin Reply

    I was thinking the same exact thing about the tv table, no cords at all, unless there is some new technology I’m not aware of

  4. jacqueline Reply

    First there are some really useful ideas here. Second, I too am a bit confused by the tv in the coffee table idea – but the photo gave my brain something to think about. What could replace the tv? Maybe a painting or other graphic art or if staying with the idea of storage then use a large net to hold more stuff. Just a thought.

  5. B'sMommy Reply

    Maybe you should click on the source and read….🤔 Just a thought😅

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