They do a few variations on the theme, but I think the LP-H retro vinyl console by Wax Rax is the design that jumps out at me.
The maker calls it as the ‘vinyl lover’s entertainment system’ and that is a fair description. Bit it doesn’t come cheap.
That’s because each one is built to order in the company’s workshop in New York City, with ‘skilled artisans’ employed to personalise it and give it a custom finish in terms of colour and material.
The end result is certainly good looking (especially with those legs on the aluminium and steel storage system), but it is also a practical unit if you love your vinyl and like it to hand.
The LP-H hols up to 550 records on its racks, with the idea of all them being easily accessible when you need to spin them on the deck. Oh and of course, you get space for the record deck too, as well as an amplifier and add-ons.
As I said, options to tweak this to suit your own needs, but all of that personalisation does come at a price. If you want the LP-H retro vinyl console in your home, you are looking at something like $7,500. Plus the delivery of course (and the company does ship worldwide).
If you want more options over a wide range of price points, check out my top 10 retro record storage units round-up.