Bishop is an avid record collector—Rolling Stones albums are a sought-after favorite—and he keeps his vinyl in the shelving unit ”1.1,” a reproduction of Arbel’s first completed work. The kids can often be found playing video games at the desk in the great room. Photo by: Jason Schmidt
Record Storage Shelf
Clairtone Stereo Cabinet. It's almost exactly like the one that my parents bought shortly after their marriage, in 1961. They traded in my mother's old upright piano for it, a decision she would always regret. But I loved the thing, and as soon as I was old enough to use it, I played the hell out of it until my parents wisely decided that in order to save their sanity, I needed to have a record player of my very own. :)
Originally a record-player cabinet. Now adapted to a new (better?) use. Glad to see a High Life or two in there.
I found this old record cabinet on Kijiji/ Took out the wooden dividers, cut a hole in the bottom at one end, attached a motion sensor light, an awesome coat of latex and PRESTO. Cat litter box cabinet!
Living room- close in color to our record player cabinet
Retro Mid Century Record Cabinet at Retro Daisy by RetroDaisyGirl, $150.00
Record cabinet, recycled sign, modern, end table found at petrifieddesign on Etsy.
Atocha Record Cabinet
Insustrial Record Cabinet