Credit to Retro To Go for spotting these handmade and vintage-style record player tables by BnE Studio.
I am featuring them here because one of the most popular things I have posted up of late, outside of the houses, was the Ronda 1960s-style record storage unit at La Redoute. Vinyl is big business again and as a result, so are ways to display and store vinyl, as well as the record players themselves.
The Ronda is an affordable and popular option, but if you want something a little different and handmade, have a look at this design too.
Note that it’s not something for people with big collections. This is for modest vinyl storage – perhaps even the records you are playing just now. It holds them, it shows them off and it also looks good with your vinyl and record player in place.
There are different sizes as well as different designs. But generally, all have a common look, one you would describe as midcentury modern and as such, particularly suited to any house of that era.
Each one is handmade from birch plywood, with different shades for the finish. With that in mind, I have selected a few to give you an idea of what is on offer. But do check out the full range at the maker’s website.
Pricing varies depending on what you go for, but to give you an idea the smaller ones tend to retail around the £220 mark, with the bigger units pushing up to around £300. So on the affordable side of MCM interior design.