Consider Spy Yard’s Diversion safes. The 7UP can ($7), Barbasol shaving-cream can ($13), and pillar candle ($21) are hollow, perfect for storing jewelry or cash.To buy: spyyard.com.
You’ve dreamed about it; now you can get it: a revolving bookcase (you know, the type you see in old movie mysteries) that swings open to reveal a room beyond.To buy: From $2,000, hiddendoors.com
When closed, the Cyril cabinet appears to be a modern armoire. When open, it features a writing area, two drawers for holding CDs, and upper cabinets for concealing files.To buy: $199, ikea.com for locations.
The Chase Smart desk has a drop-down door that serves as a roomy writing surface.To buy: Unfortunately, this product is no longer available, but find similar items at potterybarn.com.
The front panel of the sleek wooden Framed Secretary acts as a desktop.To buy: Unfortunately, this product is no longer available, but find other items at westelm.com.
The top of the Williams-Sonoma Home rattan Decorative Hapao garden seat comes off, revealing 18 1/2 by 17 inches of storage space within.To buy: $250, wshome.com.
The Arhaus Arts and Crafts-style Bentley wood coffee table doubles as a cavernous trunk.To buy: $999, arhaus.com.
JCPenney’s Monroe upholstered ottoman contains a wealth of storage inside and is on casters for easy mobility. Choose from 11 fabrics.To buy: $249, jcp.com.