5.15.2014

Record Collection Goodness

As I mentioned in this post, M. has a pretty extensive record collection. I thought it might be fun to do a round up of attractive record collection ideas for other vinyl lovers. I think I might be turning into one myself. I just love the sound of the needle meeting the vinyl and the crackling once the record is done. (Disclaimer: I let M. preview this post and he pointed out that the first image is books and magazines, not records....but I love the style in the shot and records in those boxes would be so cool, so it stays).
via Dwell
via Apartment Therapy
via Apartment Therapy

^M. also says that it is not good to stack records on top of eachother like this as it can warp them. Who knew?!
via Carolina Iriarte
via Apartment Therapy
via Because Light
The Selby via Desire to Inspire
via The Everygirl
Do you have a record collection? How do you store your records?
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5 comments:

Laura @ Simply Lowcountry said...[Reply]

I love how records and record players looking in an office, or a living room. I think it's one of the best decorating accessories!

Xo-L
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jackie jade said...[Reply]

love the styling of these record collections. definitely gives a space a homey feel!

Megan@TwoDelighted said...[Reply]

I love records as well. My parents have saved a bunch of theirs from the 60s and 70s and I always want to steal them. ;)

Julia Konya said...[Reply]

I totally wish I'd have a record collection. It's nostalgic for me because I remember my parents listening to records with ins and to this day I love the music they listen too which is big band and swing 1930s style. LOve it and I'd love to display a collection of it.

nancy john said...[Reply]

Interior design career is good opportunity

Ideal room