This cabinet sure beats the milk crates traditionally used to store LPs!

This is quite a departure from our usual - in fact, there isn't any exposed wood on this piece at all. Looking for an elegant solution to the typically clutter-filled hobby of collecting old records, we came up with this cabinet which incorporates a number of features for the vinyl aficionado:

The glass doors protect LPs from dust and damage, helping preserve them for future generations of music lovers.

 

Both the tops and the recessed turntable shelf are covered in artificial leather, which reduces vibration to the speakers and turntable and also won't scratch valuable vinyl records.

The cabinet is raised from the floor on vibration-reducing adjustable feet which help keep a record from skipping, even if people are dancing nearby.

The choice of materials and colors was influenced by the vintage 1980's audio components, integrating vintage and contemporary styles seamlessly.

A hidden space behind the center of the cabinet keeps the wiring out of sight, reducing visual clutter and maintaining neat, clean lines.

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