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There’s something fascinating about secret compartments in a house. Everything from the secret room in the World War II-era Anne Frank House in Holland to the safe behind the living room picture in Hollywood movies. Now, Brandenberry Amish Furniture reveals that it offers many pieces of Furniture with Hiding Places – or secret compartments.
Keeping Jewelry Out of Sight and Out of Mind
Most of the secret compartments are built into Brandenberry’s bedroom furniture. And the dressers with a hidden jewelry compartment behind the mirror is a prime example. An intruder would very likely assume that the 3-inch-deep, wooden mirror frame is just part of the design. But the dressers’ owners know differently. Because a push-touch feature opens a jewelry slide on the right and left sides of the mirror. And the builders designed the jewelry compartment to store necklaces, bracelets and rings.
Brandenberry also offers cheval mirrors with a hidden jewelry compartment at the back, similar to those in the dressers.
More Furniture with Hiding Places
Other hidden compartments include a velvet-lined jewelry drawer tucked below a shelf that’s behind two small doors in the Mountain Master 10 Drawer, 2 Door Dresser. In addition, what appears to be two decorative arch designs at the base of the Carriage Mission Display Case are in fact two secret drawers. They’re perfect hiding places for items like money, keys and documents. What’s more, the Newport Buffet has a plain wooden base which pops open as a drawer when pushed.
Sturdy, Durable Amish Solid-Hardwood Construction
Integrating secret compartments into furniture illustrates the ingenuity and great craftsmanship of the Amish builders. In fact, these skilled craftsmen painstakingly handcraft each piece. Also, they use solid hardwood like oak, maple, cherry and hickory. What’s more, they utilize skills handed down from their ancestors, along with modern technologies. So the pieces they create are incredibly sturdy and durable. With proper care, each piece should become a cherished heirloom.
Visit Online or in Person
To learn more about furniture with hiding places, visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture’s online store. Or stop in at their ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. And talk to their expert customer service staff about creating custom-made furniture for your home and lifestyle.