Model # FMUNM30

Internet #207000351

The Murphy Door 30 in. x 80 in. Flush Mount Unassembled Maple Unfinished Universal Solid Core Interior Bookcase Door
0866343000257

The Murphy Door Discontinued

30 in. x 80 in. Flush Mount Unassembled Maple Unfinished Universal Solid Core Interior Bookcase Door

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Product Overview

Do you have doorways in your home taking up valuable space? Here at Murphy Door we have the solution! Why not take this opportunity to evolve that void space into a beautifully crafted cabinet doorway? Let Murphy Door transform your otherwise boring doorway into an exciting space-saving work of art! Our Flush Mount is not just a door; it will also give you that much needed storage space you desire. Our Flush Mount assembly is a functional cabinet that provides you a variety of storage uses. Each Flush Mount supports up to 300 lbs.; and during operation, valuables and books will stay in place. Every Murphy Door is manufactured and assembled in the USA. Each pre-built unit comes with a limited lifetime parts and manufacture defect warranty. The Flush Mount door comes assembled and will include all the necessary hardware (installation required). Even a DIY handy-man can install this wonderfully engineered piece of furniture. While sizing up your new door, please keep in mind Murphy Doors fit in the standard 82 in. rough opening height. Installing a Murphy Door adds excitement to any existing opening. A Flush Mount can transform an ordinary doorway into a secret passageway, hidden door or can even give you an additional level of security for any safe or panic room without having to retrofit the opening. With the price of homes on the rise, a Murphy Door is a fantastic way to not only beautify your home, but maximize your square footage.
  • Door comes completely unassembled and requires full assembly and installation
  • Includes every component necessary to build your very own Murphy Door
  • In swing doors will lose 6 in. of pass through; out swing doors will lose 10 in. of pass through
  • Hardware installation required; hinge position templates provided
  • Solid core; MDF and hardwood components add strength and durability
  • Safe working load 300 lbs.
  • Installation tools required: Tape measure, level, and hammer, rubber mallet, screw gun with #2 Phillips bit, flat head screwdriver, wood clamp, wood glue and shims
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: FMUNM30
Internet #: 207000351

Do you have doorways in your home taking up valuable space? Here at Murphy Door we have the solution! Why not take this opportunity to evolve that void space into a beautifully crafted cabinet doorway? Let Murphy Door transform your otherwise boring doorway into an exciting space-saving work of art! Our Flush Mount is not just a door; it will also give you that much needed storage space you desire. Our Flush Mount assembly is a functional cabinet that provides you a variety of storage uses. Each Flush Mount supports up to 300 lbs.; and during operation, valuables and books will stay in place. Every Murphy Door is manufactured and assembled in the USA. Each pre-built unit comes with a limited lifetime parts and manufacture defect warranty. The Flush Mount door comes assembled and will include all the necessary hardware (installation required). Even a DIY handy-man can install this wonderfully engineered piece of furniture. While sizing up your new door, please keep in mind Murphy Doors fit in the standard 82 in. rough opening height. Installing a Murphy Door adds excitement to any existing opening. A Flush Mount can transform an ordinary doorway into a secret passageway, hidden door or can even give you an additional level of security for any safe or panic room without having to retrofit the opening. With the price of homes on the rise, a Murphy Door is a fantastic way to not only beautify your home, but maximize your square footage.

  • Door comes completely unassembled and requires full assembly and installation
  • Includes every component necessary to build your very own Murphy Door
  • In swing doors will lose 6 in. of pass through; out swing doors will lose 10 in. of pass through
  • Hardware installation required; hinge position templates provided
  • Solid core; MDF and hardwood components add strength and durability
  • Safe working load 300 lbs.
  • Installation tools required: Tape measure, level, and hammer, rubber mallet, screw gun with #2 Phillips bit, flat head screwdriver, wood clamp, wood glue and shims
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
7.5 in
Door Width (in.)
30
Jamb Size (in.)
4-9/16"
Rough Opening Height (In.)
82 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
32 in

Details

Assembled/Unassembled
Unassembled
Color Family
Unfinished
Color/Finish
Unfinished Wood
Core Type
Solid Core
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Jamb Type
Flat Jamb
Door Type
Hidden Door
Features
Easy Install,No Additional Features
Finish Type
Unfinished
Hidden Door Type
Flush Mount Bookcase
Hinge Finish
Black
Included
Hardware,Instructions
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
120 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rough Opening Size (W x H) in.
32 x 82 in.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Hardware and Manufacturer Defects

Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
7.5 in
Door Width (in.)
30
Jamb Size (in.)
4-9/16"
Rough Opening Height (In.)
82 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
32 in

Details

Assembled/Unassembled
Unassembled
Color Family
Unfinished
Color/Finish
Unfinished Wood
Core Type
Solid Core
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Jamb Type
Flat Jamb
Door Type
Hidden Door
Features
Easy Install,No Additional Features
Finish Type
Unfinished
Hidden Door Type
Flush Mount Bookcase
Hinge Finish
Black
Included
Hardware,Instructions
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
120 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rough Opening Size (W x H) in.
32 x 82 in.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Hardware and Manufacturer Defects

Questions & Answers

I am interested installing an inswing Murphydoor and to conserve space I would like to place the ...

I am interested installing an inswing Murphydoor and to conserve space I would like to place the door jamb as close as possible to the wall against which the door will open against. What is the minimum space will I need between the jamb and the closest wall (on the hinge side) so that an inswing Murphydoor still can open fully?
Asked by: Andy
The hinges do not reside on the sides. It is a pivot on top and bottom. If you get the hinge on the side with your wall, it will open. I got the outside open with one side next to a wall. The Trim which is 4 inches goes from the door to the edge. I really love the door. I wanted to have more bookshelves, and it works perfectly.
Answered by: planesmart
Date published: 2018-01-12

Can you lock this doors open a thief would not know about closet

Asked by: Beth
Yes the doors can lock. We are in the process of loading all of our locking systems on homedepot.com and should be able to purchase them in the next few months. Also Home Depot will have all of our door option in their My Custom Design which wil be available in all Home Depot stores starting next month. We have a few options for locking the doors. First is our electo magnetic lock which comes standard with a push button for both sides of the doors, or you have some options of a keypad or a fingerprint scan, or a wireless key fob. your other option is a mechanical lock, which is done using a key lock mounted in the door. This is a great option as it does not require power like the electromagnetic lock. But this is only accessible from the front of the door. So you will not have access to the lock to lock the door from the inside.
Answered by: Murphy Door Pro
Date published: 2017-06-14

Can you put two side by side as a double door (one swing right and one swing left) ?

Can you put two side by side as a double door (one swing right and one swing left) ?
Asked by: Geri
Great question! Yes we have French Doors available as well. We have them in all of the different wood types and stains as our standard doors. The French Doors will come in either Inswing or Outswing options. Please reach out if you have any other questions!
Answered by: Murphy Door Pro
Date published: 2018-07-07

Can the Home Depot Installers hang this door?

Asked by: Marty
We are currently training the home depot installers but it has not launched as of 4/21/2018 yet, they will only be able to install the fully assembled Versions however
Answered by: Murphy Door Pro
Date published: 2018-04-21
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Customer Reviews

30 in. x 80 in. Flush Mount Unassembled Maple Unfinished Universal Solid Core Interior Bookcase Door is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible One of the biggest ripoffs you will ever see..purchased a painted finished "door" what turned out to be the worst investment ever..DO NOT waste your money on this garbage!! Too bad I had to give it at least one star.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The door itself - solid quality, super easy to put together. My handyman who barely speaks Englis... The door itself - solid quality, super easy to put together. My handyman who barely speaks English was able to put it together with the instructions provided. How about that! The Murphy Door actually messed up my order and sent the wrong item. But the way they quickly handled the situation and rectified the mistake speaks volumes for their quality company and product. They are very busy shipping out tons of doors for a reason! I would easily buy another one if I had the money.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Such an interesting and even exciting Door In North Florida my home was built of cinder block in the late 50's. Great insulation, but not very unique in style. Adding this Murphy Door to the bedroom door at end of my hallway creates an illusion to the space (with storage!). I choose to paint mine, you may order it in different types of wood with/without cabinet doors. The package arrived in good time and condition. Most pieces were labeled those that weren't were obvious shelves and trim. And a template for the "Bearing system" this is what makes the Murphy Door operate so smoothly(instead of hinges). Once installed, it takes but a push/poke of your finger for the door to open! Amazing. When you install the floor latch it takes little effort. It reads the shelves will hold up to 300lbs and operate smoothly. Yes, it operates smoothly is an exciting addition to my home. Assembling the door will take some effort. (well worth it) I'd advise you to watch the two videos found on their website made by Murphy Door and the video made by Ask; This Old House. Do download all instructional downloads to read a few times and during assembly. Don't start till you have read/watched all material to end, The Murphy Door is just a chat or phone call away and are very informative about the product and install. Then your door will be up in an afternoon!
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great door - but not for beginners. One thing that's certain, these wood pieces are precisely and immaculately cut. I love this door/shelf and have wanted a Murphy door since I first heard of them. I hope the following helps you prepare for your project if you're a DIY enthusiast like me. Even though I went into this project feeling pretty confident, it was a bit more than I was equipped for, tool-wise and help-wise. To be fair, the instructions warn you of that, right on the front page. Initial assembly of the door/shelf was not that difficult for one person to manage technically or physically but, mounting the door takes someone with experience. At minimum, I needed an extra set of hands for the mount. There were also a couple of tools/items needed that were not included in the 'tools needed' section, so you'd have to read through the entire assembly instruction manual to know this. Tools/items recommended, but not listed in the "Required Tools & Hardware" section, are 36" clamps, a rubber mallet, glue, shims and a small craft brush for glue on dowels. The tools listed in the instructions as being necessary include: a measuring tape, level, drill, 1/8" drill bit, counter-sink bit #2, and a 3/4" Forstner bit. The Forstner bit and counter-sink bit cost about $10/ea and 36" clamps run about $30/ea, totaling roughly $120 for clamps and bits that I did not already own. I did not buy the clamps, though, and went ahead and did a slow assembly of the front frame where they were required. Despite my incorrect placement, the frame turned out square and perfectly sturdy. As I said, the clamps aren't listed as a necessary item but use is shown in the pictures, so if you have them, or plan to invest in them, then I would use them. A main concern was that the glue type is not specified. One of the instructions that requires "glue", includes affixing metal dowel pins to basic wood. Metal and wood don't glue well, if at all, and the instructions don't indicate if some other type of Epoxy is to be used. I used basic wood glue as the instructions illustrated, but have concerns as to whether that was appropriate. One final tool/item to consider; when fastening the dowel pins, use a craft brush and/or air tool to remove excessive amounts of sawdust from crevices for a more secure attachment. The shelf assembly instructions include no literature (just pics) and the help available online is the same as what is sent with the product. The pictorial instructions are fairly basic, especially to a pro, I'm sure. Most of the pieces were clearly marked with printed stickers, as far as their general placement was concerned, but I ran into issues regarding which way pre-drilled holes should face. I somehow managed to assemble the shelf fascia incorrectly and now the dowels don't align. I can't redo this, since I glued the slats. My best bet repair-wise, is probably to counter-sink new dowel holes. Also, I initially attached the bottom/floor shelf pre-drilled piece facing incorrectly, and now, because of one of the metal dowels, I have a gap at the base which is going to make the door/shelf more difficult to level and mount correctly. So, obviously, use caution and check more than once before fastening anything permanently. You may even want to assemble the main shelf first, before you assemble the fascia, despite instructions (order doesn't matter), just in case pieces are marked incorrectly. A placement mock-up of the whole unit, before attaching anything, is probably the most advisable course. Lastly, I discovered the back board guides (see pic) had partially cracked even though there had been no pressure to them. This happened BEFORE I inserted the main back support and with only minimal, basic handling. I need to glue and clamp these to repair them and hope that the shelf frame remains sturdy with the placement of the main back board. The cabinet screws included to secure the back just don't feel like they've created a solid lock to the shelf wood where they connect. I'm concerned the cracks will extend and cause lateral damage. There were a couple of other noteworthy issues concerning hardware: 1) the illustrated pocket-screws do not look like the pocket screws included in the hardware kit. However, they are the only 1.5" screw and a specific bit is also included in the hardware kit (confusing for amateur like me). 2) The screws that fasten the back to the shelves are basic cabinet screws. The main back board has 12 pre-drilled holes for the screws, but the instruction illustration only shows 9 holes. Unfortunately, I only received 7 screws. To save time, I purchased the matching screws ($6 for a box - but only needed 5 screws), at my local Home Depot. All other hardware items included leave you 1 spare part. Make sure all items are included in your kit before beginning. Unfortunately, I am embarrassed to say that, after making it through the assembly of the shelf itself (barely), I had to call it quits. I am going to have to hire a professional to complete the remainder of the job. It may have been easier if instructions and markings were just a little more clear. I'm not sure I could have done the mount solo either way but, I definitely can't now because of issues with my assembly that have made it un-level (bottom corner not square). I hope this isn't a deterrent for other DIY enthusiasts, but be sure you have the means to do the job. This door is still awesome! And BTW, it also comes with info on purchasing security features, cabinet doors and hardware.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could... My wife and I run a small property business in southwestern Pennsylvania. We buy, renovate, rent, and sell homes. I am the licensed contractor of the outfit and head up our small work crew. You’ve no doubt watched reality shows about real estate renovation in far more glamorous areas of the United States, where the action focuses around stylish investors who order around their tradesmen minions to do their bidding, flipping dumps into dreams quickety-quick, and never getting their hands dirty. I’ll ask you to believe that’s reality TV, not reality for an outfit like ours. But there are certain things that are portrayed on these shoes, indeed, true. People tend not to make calculated decisions to buy houses. They do not sit down and calculate the best possible place to live by making dispassionate judgments about square footage, projected heating costs, and homes with the most economical maintenance plan. Making people fall in love with a home is what sells it, far more than anything else. A cunningly hidden door delights, and delight is always good. If you smiled at the title of this review, you'll love this door. There’s another aspect of a door like this that I don’t think gets mentioned enough -- it provides a great deal of storage space in a doorway, and that’s very valuable. A door like this is not useful just to mask a fantasy play room in a Christian Grey bachelor pad. Now is its utility best realized by creating a hiding place during a Purge. In the older city homes that we tend to work on, it’s not surprising to have a setup where there’s a large kitchen that has a large closet, for use as a pantry. There are many smaller kitchens that have doors in them leading to the basement. Replacing one of these doors with a Murphy door greatly increases the amount of storage space available in the kitchen without constructing an obtrusive built-in cabinet or knocking down a wall to make more space. This is an exceptional door setup for that sort of thing. It is stable, solid, and can handle regular use even when heavily loaded. There are certain things I don’t like about it, though. Most of the show pieces of the door are make out of rotary-sliced maple plywood with an MDF core. I would have preferred a higher-grade of appearance in the plywood in something else at this price point. Assembling the door correctly as indicated will require three or four 36-inch bar clamps, quality interior wood glue, a familiarity with pocket-hole joinery and dowel construction, and a bench or table large and sturdy enough to handle assembling a 30 x 80 inch door on. Work tables and benches of that size are hard to come by, so be prepared to improvise with a heavy folding steel and laminated particleboard banquet table, not a cheap light plastic folding table. If you don’t have one of those, prepare for headaches in the assembly process. The fact that this door comes in a kit doesn’t decrease the fine carpentry skills and equipment necessary to put it together quite as much as the manufacturers claim in their videos. While it’s certainly nice not needing a drill press, a set of brad-point drill bits, and both a doweling and a Kreg jig kit to make matching dowel holes and pocket holes in the lumber, I doubt many people who do not own these things also happen to own large cabinet clamps. I’ve certainly never found a handyman who doesn’t make furniture who has wood clamps of that size lying around. My kit also came with pre-glued green dowels that only require a spray of moisture to activate the glue already on them, unlike the regular dowels detailed in the directions. It was nice. I’m happy I now know what pre-glued dowels look like. I wish I had known earlier and not found out during the assembly process. The only thing missing from my assembly kit was a number of back screws, but it’s also perfectly possible that I misplaced them during the assembly process. All in all, I can’t recommend this door to a casual DIYer. If you’re already a woodworker with an equipped, roomy shop, you can put together this door well. If not, you can put it together, but it won’t be particularly pretty. But if you’re already a woodworker and just need ONE door, it might make more sense to just buy the hardware hinge kit for much less money and simply figure out how to make a solid basic bookcase out of the materials you want in the way that you want it. And again, if you’re not a woodworker, you’re probably going to struggle putting this kit together the first time and end up with a less-than-perfect final product. It’s a lose-lose scenario, unless a builder wants his guyss to put together a lot of these doors, gaining the necessary knowhow after the first one. Since this is supposed to be a custom touch, I don't imagine some tract builder who puts fifty of them into fifty of the same tract houses in a neighborhood. So, to sum up: the unassembled door as constructed really requires a higher level of furniture-making assembly skills and woodworking equipment that your average flat-pack bookcase. It's largely made out of acceptable-grade maple MDF-core rotary-sliced plywood, but there's better stuff available. The hidden hinge is certainly both ingenious and of high quality, and can be used with a bookcase door of your own construction. If you're sure you can put this together well after reading this review, you should go for it. If not, think carefully. Good luck!
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really cool and a great way to add some character to your home This is a really cool way to add some character to area of your home that looks a little plain. I was doing a reno and was just going to have a typical 6 panel door at the end of hallway. Nothing special to look at, but putting this in its place it make a dull hallway look much more alive and interesting. It come un-assembled and unfinished, but I believe you can get them assembled and finished (for a bit more). The quality of the materials is really nice, no pressed particle boards. If it is not solid wood it's veneered plywood. I did a test assembly first to see how it goes together and it was pretty easy. The provided instructions good and clear. The one's on the mfg website and Home Depots site are in color so there are easier to read incase you don't get a set when you get your door. As other have said, if you want to stain or even apply a finish, do it before assembling. Then touch up anything after assembly and apply one or two more coats of finish. There are a fair amount of parts and to finish in pieces takes up some space. Very little prep was needed to finish, just a quick light sanding and removing any dust. There are no special tools need to assemble, just basic tools like screwdrivers, hammer/mallet and a tape measure. Once assembled, it really helps to have someone help move it and to help install it. install is very similar to installing an exterior door that has a threshold. If your opening is square, plumb and level it's really easy to get the jamb in place. One thing to keep in mind that it take away some of the space from the closet. The bookcase is about 8 inches deep.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very high quality Murphy door! Very high quality Murphy door! This is an awesome door. Everything about this door screams high quality. The fit and the finish is excellent, making installing and final finish easy to do. The door itself is very easy to hang... similar to any other door. couple notes: -Make sure to have some help! this thing is heavy.. -There is a video online that helps with installing... -the surface does not need much prep work to paint or stain Pros: Easy to install looks great high quality excellent fits and finish Cons: Heavy Would be nice to see other types of wood finishes
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bookcase Dor I love the idea of a door that is really a bookcase and when I saw this one I could hardly wait to get it. It comes in one piece and was easily mounted. Rather than paint the wood we decided to stain it and seal it with a light coat of lacquer. Once installed and the books were set up it was perfect. It doesn't even look like a door. I could not be more pleased.
Date published: 2016-06-03
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