Here are 7 ideas on how to make use of the space:
1) An outlet for your creativity:
Turn the large door into a large chalkboard for shopping lists or draw up a storm when you feel creative. This ID turned a side of the bomb shelter into a feature wall for a cosy, creative nook for the owner.
2) To store your shoes:
Custom shelves, as created by this ID, can be placed within the large storage space to create a safe haven for your shoes.
3) Hidden behind a bookshelf:
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!
4) Flaunt it with a decor feature:
This ID turned only a portion of the door into a Parisian-themed white board for the owner.
5) Distract the eye with a lighting feature instead:
This ID made use of a light from Habitat to hang over the flush door that hides the bomb shelter.
6) Hide it behind mirrors:
Not only do mirrors make your home appear larger, they’re great for hiding bomb shelters as this ID shows here.
7) Hide it behind a feature wall:
The plywood feature wall added by the ID brings a raw touch to the home, complementing the white brick wall.