Whether your motivation for hiding valuables is burglary or concerns of secrecy, keeping your precious and pricy items away from sneaky eyes is critical. While you may be tempted to think your jewelry is safe because you only have your cat as a roommate, you never know when thieves will come knocking. No matter what, it is advisable to take proactive measures to secure items of value. Being a little creative in your concealing tactics can make it hard for thieves to access your valuables. So, whether you're installing a hidden door or stashing the valuables in the air vents, it is safer to go the extra mile to safeguard your wealth. That said, here are five valuables you should hide in unusual places: \n1. Cash \nCash is arguably the number one motivation for crime. When thieves visit, they will probably look for money before everything else. Cash is tempting because it is portable, untraceable, and convenient, unlike other valuables like credit cards and electronics that are easy to trace. \nBurglars know that most people keep cash in the master bedroom, and so they make it their first stop. They will also look in the cupboard, kitchen, and other unusual places like shoeboxes and vases. So, avoid hiding your cash in places where an amateur burglar will be sure to look. \n2. Jewelry and Watches \nA burglar doesn't have to know the value of an expensive watch or jewelry to steal it. Since these items are expensive, small, and easy to carry around, they are definitely valuables you should hide from sight.\nJewelry is usually kept on the dresser for when you’re heading out in the morning, so this is the first place a thief will look. Most people keep similar valuables in dressers or on the nightstand. When looking for unusual locations to hide these valuables, don't think about the obvious places; instead, be inventive. \n3. Personal Information\nIn the modern era, personal information is as valuable as gold and jewelry. Criminals can use your data to steal your identity, target you for fraud, or even blackmail you. Personal data may range from bank statements to birth certificates and passports, and basically anything can be used to mine data. \nKeep in mind that a person who wants to access your personal information will even go to the extent of combing through your trash. For security, make sure to hide personal information, especially any data that can be used against you. Be sure to find a secret location to keep any valuable information. \n4. Small Electronics \nCriminals are less likely to target big electronics such as televisions and desktops. Instead, they will go for small electronics like laptops, gaming consoles, and tablets. These are portable and can fetch a good amount of money in the black market. You should avoid storing personal information on these electronics, just in case they fall into the hands of the wrong people. \nJust as importantly, strive to store valuable electronics in unusual locations where no one would think of looking. Avoid kids’ bedrooms, your study, or your home office as these tend to be the first places criminals check for small electronics and gadgets. \n5. Designer Clothing and Accessories\nFor most people, hiding clothes in secret places might seem a bit odd since they are items you use on a daily basis. Therefore, you may want to put them in an accessible location. However, burglars are known to steal expensive clothes to resell at exorbitant prices. \nHigh-end bags and accessories are usually left lying around the house, in wardrobes, and inside master closets. This makes them easy to steal. For safety, find an unusual location to store your designer clothes and accessories so that, in case someone breaks into your house, they won't access them easily. \nHaving a secret place, like a hidden door, will help to safeguard the valuables you should hide from plain sight. Our customer service team would be happy to help you create your own secret place.