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A hidden space can be placed anywhere in your home, whether it is behind a bookcase, under a staircase or even behind a blank wall. This is something possible regardless of the size of your home. Best of all, you can turn it into whatever you want. Have a look at our collection of 10 hidden room ideas for your home.

10. Family House with a Secret Room.

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This small house in Lake Wenatchee, Washington, is meant to house between 2 to 15 people. The solution? A secret media room that’s perfect for hanging out and slumber parties.

9. The Hidden-Behind-Books Home Office.

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This hidden-behind-books office is just as the name suggests. It provides a comfortable workspace as well as an illusion of sorts, so that you can work in peace.

8. Dwell on Despard.

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A massive bookshelf makes a great doorway into a hidden room. This particular one relies on sturdy hinges to make sure that the weight is well supported.

7. Harrison Street Residence.

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Instead of just hiding a particular room, why not have your hidden gem lead to another part of the house?

6. Sophie Azouaou.

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Hidden walk-in closet anyone? Located in the bedroom, here’s an example of one that blends in quite nicely with the existing decor.

5. Hilltop House.

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Located next to the wine cellar, this hidden room lies behind the bookshelves, which can be accessed by simply shifting one of them. Classy yet functional.

4. Urban Playhouse.

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Urban apartments hardly have enough space. This hidden play room for kids is a great solution for that.

3. Hidden reading nook.

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This hidden reading nook covered with a cozy carpet looks awesome and inviting. Too bad, it’s too snug for us to fit in.

2. Last House on the Left.

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If you want something to drink while you enjoy your book, you could consider this design and have a wet bar behind the movable bookcase in your living room. Quick drink anyone?

1. Alameda Home Office.

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This is one example of how to keep your work and home life separate and distinct. The bookcase acts as a hidden door to an adjacent room that contains two workspaces.