Hide-away Objects, Secret Doors and More

Who doens't love a secret compartment? You can conceal valuables in the coolest way possible with these secret doors and hide-away objects from National Hardware Show® exhibitors.

Hide-aways are a great way to conceal valuables, get organized or just make a house look cool.

Secret Doors from Murphy Door

Hiding a door behind an elegant bookshelf is both practical and fun. National Hardware Show® exhibitor Murphy Door (Booth 5709) builds furniture-grade bookcases and hidden doors. It offers flush-mount, surface-mount and new French-door styles, available in a variety of sizes, woods and finishes.

Murphy doesn’t cut corners as it helps consumers make the most of tight spaces — all of its products are made in the United States and are delivered with trim and jamb. The bookshelves are not just for show, and books and other objects will stay upright even when the door is opened and closed. In addition to completed doors, Murphy offers hardware kits for professionals and DIYers.

Hide-away Objects from H. Gerstner & Sons

Gerstner & Sons has been handcrafting fine wooden chests for 109 years, specializing in custom products and maintaining a consistent commitment to producing all of its wares in the United States.

Now the company has started producing hidden storage solutions for home and work, repurposing everyday items as hiding places. The Gerstner 1500 Clock has a secret, secure locking system (don’t be fooled by the keyhole on the front), and this Bookend Hide-A-Way is the perfect place to stash valuables like handguns or jewelry.

You can try out these and other show-exclusive new products at the 2015 National Hardware Show®. H. Gerstner & Sons Inc. will be at Booth 32085.

If you’re not already registered for the 2015 National Hardware Show®, register here for free. You won’t want to miss these cool products!

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