Moving out of my parents house to live by myself in a New York apartment was one of the biggest milestones to adulthood that I made just before I turned twenty-five. The comforts of home were lacking however the challenges of being able to live by yourself in the Big Apple were enough to keep me going.
Upon my arrival at my very first studio I recognized immediately that I should be wise in saving space and securing my possessions. For safekeeping reasons I decided to invest in storage safes to safeguard my important items.
Keeping money as well as jewelry protected is an important thing to give attention to. Since purchasing a security vault seemed unwise particularly because of its size and also cost I wound up utilizing numerous diversion safes spread around the house to keep my small fortune safe.
To safeguard documents just like my passport and identification cards I made a decision to put them inside a hollowed book safe which blended flawlessly with my overhead bookshelf.
I used a flowerpot safe to secure my jewelry and accessories just like my wristwatches and a little lockbox for my rings. I planned on keeping the plant alive in order that my hiding safe looked more convincing.
Apart from those two diversion safes the coolest one that I have at home would be the bathroom cleaner safe which I placed alongside the toilet brushes under the sink. Yes the idea might appear gross but it is the most secure place for me to hide rolled-up bills that I can utilize for emergency situations.
The covert safes that I use are unconventional but they assure good results considering that many burglars would check out drawers and closets directly for the important things. When I think of it would burglars even bother checking out the bathroom cleaners that I use? I dont think so.
My storage safes are simply some of the quirkiest and most interesting items which I have. It is just that I choose to keep them a secret.