By Shani Silver

Published on November 4, 2015

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Tucking records away under seating ensures they don’t take up extra room. This bench with open shelving underneath ensures your favorite albums are always at the ready. 

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Floating shelves allow for a customized display, wherever it best suits your space. 

(Shelves by Zimm Metalworks!)

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This tabletop beauty allows you (or guests) to easily flip through musical options. 

Available here!

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Keeping all media in one central, chic location allows each piece or collection of items to support the others visually. Notice how much better this TV looks accompanied by records then when standing alone. 

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Those with smaller collections (or smaller spaces!) will make good use of small shelving to create a little zone for their music. 

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If you’ve got plenty of space (and plenty of display-worthy albums), this copper piece is a great way to keep precious treasures together. 

Available here!

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Keeping records down low helps keep them cool, crucial for the condition of your vinyl. 

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Monochromatic storage made even more beautiful by accompanying artwork. If you’ve got the space for shelving this big, go for it! 

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This little guy makes us feel like we’ve got our own personal record store at home. 

Available here!

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You can, of course, go all out. A custom creation of shelves ensures that your collection becomes a part of your space in exactly the way you want it to.