Ultimate Record Player Console

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Sure we all use iTunes these days to store and organize our music collections, but there’s still a lot to be said when it comes to our old vinyl collection. We still even buy some of our favorite current day albums on vinyl, and the Ultimate Record Player Console lets us put our record player setup on display for the whole world to see.

Created by Brooklyn, New York based Cush Design Studio, this console was designed for fellow music lovers, specifically ones with a record collection. Constructed from Walnut wood paired with sections of corrugated cardboard, the handmade console has a designated location for your record player, audio equipment, speakers on either side, and a section for your growing vinyl collection. There’s also a secret hidden compartment located behind one of the speakers. You can scoop yours up from the Cush Design Studio online store.

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