1. Disguise It With Art
Turn the large door into a large chalkboard for shopping lists or for drawing up a storm when you feel creative. This ID turned one side of the bomb shelter into a feature wall for a cosy, creative nook for the homeowner.
3. Hide It Behind A Bookshelf
Always wanted a secret passageway like in spy movies? This ID built a series of custom bookshelves slim enough to fit into the corridor, with a pivoting panel perfect for hiding the bomb shelter door. The storage options are endless and it’ll add some dramatic flair to your interior too!
4. Flaunt It With Decor Feature
Well, if you’ve got it, flaunt it right? This ID turned a portion of the door into a Parisian-themed white board. Removable wall decals are also a brilliant way to decorate a wall and door, and bring lots of lovely character into your home.
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5. Distract With A Lighting Feature
Take away attention from the chunky door by drawing the eye to something else instead, like a light fixture that’s both stylish and functional. This ID made use of a light from Habitat to hang over the flush door that hides the bomb shelter.
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