This hiding spot is a little harder to build without professional help, but it can certainly be done. There are lots of tiles in bathrooms and kitchens, and any one of them, as long as there is space on the other side, can be used to create a small pull-out drawer.
A small drawer cut in the right size with some small rollers and topped with a tile will create a hiding spot that is right there waiting to be opened…but nobody will try to work their fingernails under every tile, just to see if it slides open.
A Secret Seat
Is there anywhere you can't hide something? Chairs are yet another option, as long as they're the right kind.
A dining room chair can be a sneaky good place to hide some items. Remove the cushion from the chair and attach it to the frame again by using a few simple hinges, and you'll have a perfect hiding spot. Few will think to look here since it doesn't even look like there could be any space there. They might be sitting right on top of what they're looking for.
Nobody Is Going to Steal a Diaper
Everybody who knows what a diaper is for won't ever be interested in stealing one. If you're headed to the beach, you can keep your valuables a little safer by wrapping them up inside a disposable diaper.
If you have young children, a diaper hiding spot is perfectly natural to have near you – nobody will try to investigate it. Even if you don't have kids, a lot of crimes of opportunity will be stopped by hiding it inside something that usually smells.
Inside a Picture Frame
One of the more common places to hide your valuables is behind a picture frame, but it's become so well-known it isn't recommended anymore. However, one thing that can still be done is hiding valuables INSIDE a picture frame.
Choose a favorite pic and create a frame that has a lot of interior space. You can't hide a whole lot of big items, but there is space for cash, keys, envelopes of important documents, or maybe some pictures that you REALLY need to keep hidden.
Where to Hide the Really Good Stuff
You probably aren't looking to hide your cash and jewelry in the freezer, but you can still use it to keep some things safe. Kids are preternaturally good at finding sweets and treats, but they'd never think to look inside a bag of peas, frozen green beans, or anything green/orange.
Once you're done enjoying the healthy goodness of some veggies, keep the bag and hide it in the back of the freezer. You can now fill it up with candy, cookies, or other things you don't want kids to paw at. They might never figure it out.