Mirror Bookcase Door

Introducing our versatile Mirror Bookcase Doors; a full length mirror front and a bookcase on the back. Meticulously crafted to blend functionality with style, ideal for enhancing your master bedroom or bathroom spaces. Crafted from high-quality real wood, these doors offer both utility and elegance.

Hidden door reverse with mirror

The Concept

Unlock the potential of your living space with our innovative concept, the Mirror Bookcase Door. Unlike conventional doors that merely divide rooms, our Mirror Bookcase Door revolutionizes your interior design by transforming wasted space into multifunctional brilliance.

Each Mirror Bookcase Door boasts a full-length safety-backed mirror glass on the front, providing both practicality and a touch of sophistication. Meanwhile, the back features a standard bookcase design, offering ample storage space for your essentials.

Customization is key with our Mirror Bookcase Doors. Tailor your door to suit your preferences by selecting from a range of trim packages or adding cabinet doors, allowing you to create a personalized piece that perfectly complements your space. Elevate your home decor with our customizable Mirror Bookcase Doors today.

Mirror Bookcase Door vs Alpha Mirror Door

Intended Purposes

A Mirror Bookcase Door does not hide it's intentions of storage and utility, but unlike and Alpha Mirror Door, which is designed for total concealment, the Mirror Bookcase Doors can be installed anywhere.

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The Mirror Bookcase Door is an ideal solution for a multitude of needs across various settings. With its mirror front, it seamlessly enhances the ambiance of a bedroom while providing practicality. Meanwhile, the bookcase rear offers ample storage space.

Customize It

Fancy the concept but yearning for a unique twist? We have several options on the order form to personalize your order. Have an idea for something a bit different? We are interested to hear your idea, you can shoot us an email: designs@hideawaydoors.com or you can give us a call: 888-928-4534



Just like a well built house starts with a good foundation, same is true for our doors. At Hide-A-Way Doors, our doors are handmade using only the finest materials that provide strength and durability for years to come. We carry 6 different types of domestic wood types in stock, we can also special order other types of domestic and exotic wood species at your request.


Paint or Stain Finishes

In Stock Options for Paint or Stain finishes. Custom Colors: Our system is set up for furniture quality finishes using lacquers and solvents that have to be sprayed on and cannot be rolled or brushed. We can match just about any color of paint or stain but require a sample on the same type of wood be sent to us:

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In Stock Stain Finishes

Each stain choice comes with a top clear coat sealer. You may also choose the natural wood look with a cear coat sealer (options at checkout)

rough opening chart

Determing Door Size

Rough Opening

For accurate door sizing, it's recommended to measure your opening from the wall's framing, commonly referred to as the Rough Opening or "RO." To determine the actual size of your door subtract 2" from the width and the height of your RO measurements.

  1. To measure the width ("A"), start from the wall framing (stud) on one side and measure across to the other side. Measure at least 3 different spots and write down the smallest measurement
  2. To measure the height, from the floor* to the bottom of the header framing ("B") in at least 3 different areas and write down the smallest measurement
  3. To measure the wall or jamb depth measure from the outside of the wall covering (typically 1/2" drywall) to the other side of the wall making sure not to measure with the case molding attached ("C"). if the measurement varies some write down the largest width of the wall and go by that when ordering

*It is of utmost importance to consider the flooring when determining the height of your door. If you measure the height before installing the flooring, the door may not fit properly.

finished opening chart

Determing Door Size

Measuring from a finish opening (Existing Door)

  1. Open your door
  2. "E" measure across your opening from the surface of the jamb on the right to jamb surface on the other side, this measurement corilates to your door size (width).
  3. Make sure you measure from the furthest point and not from the door stop or the hinge
  4. "D" Measure from the top of your finished floor* to the underside of your finish jamb on the top, this measurement corilates to your door size (height).

*It is of utmost importance to consider the flooring when determining the height of your door. If you measure the height before installing the flooring, the door may not fit properly.

Determining Swing Direction

Navigating swing directions for doors can be perplexing. Door swings change depending on perspective; for instance, a door's front may have hinges on the right, but from the rear view, the hinges are on the left. While some companies determine swing solely based on the hinge side, we at Hide-A-Way Doors utilize our 35+ years of experience in custom building and remodeling to establish the terminology offered on this site. Our swing direction is specifically focusing on normal interior residential doors. It's essential to understand that other manufacturers may adopt different methods for determining swing directions. Therefore, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with our approach and how we manufacture our hidden bookcase doors, as Hide-A-Way Doors cannot guarantee alignment with other manufacturers' determinations.

*Deep Wall Limitation Warning

*All in-swinging bookcase doors max jamb/ wall depth 6-1/2" No restrictions on out-swining doors.

Passthrough Clearance

Passthrough Clearance refers to the available space within a doorway that allows people, furniture, or other objects to move through safely and comfortably. In the case of a bookcase door, a portion of the doorway is occupied by the door's depth, leaving the remaining area known as "Passthrough Clearance."

How to Determine Passthrough for In-Swing Doors

  1. Your Door's finished size
  2. Subtract 6-7/8" (6.875) from your doors width
  3. Total=E Passthrough Clearance

Example: 36" wide door -6-7/8" = 29-1/8 (E-Passtrhough Clearance)

D: Min adjacent wall clearance needed for A= 1.5" B=3.5" C=5.5" (C: all Bedroom Organizers, Wine Glass, and Double Sided Doors)

How to Determine Passthrough for Out-Swing Doors

  1. Take your door's finished size
  2. To find "E" for door "A" Subtract door's width by 10"
  3. To find "E" for door "B" Subtract width by 12"
  4. To find "E" for door "C" Subtract width by 14"

Example: for an 8-1/4" Deep Out-Swing Door that is 36" wide the passthrough clearance is 26"

D: Min adjacent wall clearance needed for ABC= 1.5"

Locking and Latching Systems

Hidden doors are great if they fool the prying eye, need a little more assurance? We can help, have a look at what we offer.

Mechanical Latch

Each bookcase door is furnished with a mechanical latch. This latch bears the weight of the bookcase and its contents when the door is not in use, and it also secures the door in the closed position*. Installation of the latch is required after the door has been properly installed and adjusted, as detailed in the installation manual.

*The mechanical latch is not a lock or part of a locking system.