I know this is really Ais's thread, and his room is much cooler than mine is, however, he isn't posting anything else yet, so I'll throw a few more pics up until he gets back.
With the new British tan paint, a little carpet and a few new additions. The bug dark blur in the supports behind the rifle rack is actually a loaded pile of Ar and FAL mags. My AK and M1 mag piles aren't quite large enough to be visible in this pic. The ammo boxes in the shelf under the rifles are full of ammo as well
Speaking of ammo, this is a little of my bulk stuff that I just have tucked away not to touch. It's not part of my normal operating reserve. The cooler is full of ammo as well, in various size boxes and calibres. The cooler just happened to be a handy size box to put it all in.
As this is actually dead space under the stairs, there's a secondary storage area inside this closet, around the corner, under the landing. It's totally enclosed by the foundation walls and below ground level. It's only about three feet tall, and six feet long, although since it's the other side of the staircase, it gets real short real quick but I managed to find a use for a dark, cool, dry place.
Not all of my preps are as cool as a wall of rifles, but I have all the weapons I really need, now I'm pushing into that year of food. This isn't everything of course. The bulk of my canned goods lives in the upstairs kitchen, this is just some simple stuff I put away for a rainy day.
What it lacks in size it makes up for in subtlety. The door is part of a wall in a hallway in out house. It's actually made of the same faux wood panelling as the rest of the wall (which I plan on replacing). Since it's in a hallway, I can't get far enough back to show the entire door, but here's a close up of the latch area, which, while not totally concealed, is at arm's reach over head level, so it isn't actually obvious either.
It also has both power and water, no sewage though.
The best part about all this: It was mostly all my wife's idea.