Record Display by Kai Takeshima

Feb 11, 2016

Category: Living

It’s been cool seeing vinyl records make a comeback over the past 15 or so years. It’s nice getting to actually own the music you listen to, (shouts out to Spotify) and in a lot of instances, vinyl covers are pieces of art in their own right. So why not display them as such? Japanese born artist and designer Kai Takeshima has built a stained walnut record organizer that’s designed to do just that.

With the ability to store just under 300 records, this stand out piece of furniture measures at just under four feet high, three and a half feet wide, and two feet deep. Each of the 6 separate sections are 9-inches deep, and all have a 6 degree tilt to make flipping through your collection a breeze. Takeshima outfitted the front of the case with a subtle brass bar as a flourish on this otherwise minimal piece of furniture. This is a must have for anyone with a big record collection. [Purchase]

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