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This is a bit of strange one. I got a lot of the concepts from other hidden bookcase door tutorials, but added some twists of my own. the ...
The size of the opening has a lot of do with the look and operation of the door. I wanted a built in look, with 3 sections. this ...
Now that you have your bookcases you have to start making some aesthetic choices. In order to have decent clearances I opted to space out th bookcases and ...
Okay, here's where it gets kinda tricky. the keys to a hidden door are the hinges have to be hidden. there are a couple ways to handle this, ...
I added some trim here and there. Take note of where the door opens and that your trim doesn't hamper the doors movement. This was a bit of ...
You can just leave the back plain I guess. I was going to put a movie poster frame on the back and make it look like a marquee ...
Once it's all together I have to make some adjustments to the trim to make the door swing right. I also used a black satin finish. The satin ...
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