These simple and ingenious ideas for home offerTurn ordinary household items, such as lamps, coffee cups and wooden tables, into secret caches in the house for money, jewelry and other things that you want to hide from prying eyes. How many do you think are hidden in this room? I will not torment you in anticipation, look for answers in the photo below. And now in details. A simple narrow wooden table is perhaps the most reliable place where you can hide money and other valuables. To open it, you need to put a special magnet in the right place, there are no more handles and levers. Even if someone guessed about a possible cache in the table, then getting access to it is not so easy. The magnet is disguised as a souvenir or other bauble. Similarly, valuables can be stored in a shelf. A small nightstand for books has a flip wall, where you can hide securities, money and documents. Try to guess that this is a hiding place. You can also open with magnets. An ordinary book or a batch of printed summaries lying in the most prominent place, can also be a secret storage place. Table lamp also has two purposes - the main and secret. Very original cache in the house, but more forentertainment. A special glass with a notch from below can hide the key to the car, safe or other small items, but this can hardly be considered a safe hiding place. An ordinary geographic map on the wall can alsoSuccessfully hide money. It seems that these are just colored stickers with a note about a specific place, but if you move it upwards, then on top of the map your little cache with a stash will appear. To the question "Why are you doing this?""Designer Yiting Cheng replied:" Everyone has a need to hide something. We hide jewelry from thieves, hide our past from loved ones, we do not want to show our true side to colleagues - everyone has their secrets. Or just want to store something just for yourself. We draw conclusions based mainly on our experience and what we see. This dependence on visual information can create "white spots" of perception. Thus, the usual stereotypes about how we perceive the solid, transparent and illuminated, mix with the concepts of one-piece and empty, true and false. "And here is another version of the hiding place in the house on the bookshelf. A wooden or cardboard box must be pasted with booklets. How to make such a hiding place in the house - read the link.