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Home Hidden Door House 2

Join Matt Risinger as he takes you around this beautifully designed home full of hidden doors. The key to any hidden door is great hardware. In this video, you can see what Risinger considers the gold standard of hidden door hardware. First, the St. Louis Designs' touch latch and magnet. You can't have a hidden door if you need a doorknob to open it. Next up, check out the Sugatsune HES 3D E190 hinges. Don't let the long name fool you; they're extremely simple and highly useful for a hidden door. These are the only hinges for a hidden door that still allow you to remove the door (for repairs, painting, etc.).

How many hidden doors will you see? You'll have to watch the full video to find out.

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