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Top 35 retro record and vinyl storage units

Top 20 retro record and vinyl storage units
Top 35 retro record and vinyl storage units (image credit: PlattenKreisel)
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I have featured a few of these in the past, not least a number of eBay finds. But if you want new, check out my top 20 retro record and vinyl storage units available right now.

In fact, it’s never been a better time to be looking for designs like this. Well, unless you have a time machine to go back to the mid-1960s. Right now, you can find some in mainstream retailers (some good ones too) as well as some more niche pieces available handmade from small sellers. In fact, the majority are to be found courtesy of small sellers. Handmade is the byword here.

With that in mind, it has actually been a tough job keeping it down to just 35.  But hopefully, there is something here for you with enough style and depth for your record collection and perhaps room for a record player if you need it.

1. PlattenKreisel circular vinyl storage and record deck unit
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1. PlattenKreisel circular vinyl storage and record deck unit

Now, this is the big one. Quite literally. if you have the budget, space and the vinyl, this is the unit for you.

Designed by collectors, each of the circular units is produced in Germany with the aim of having everything to hand, bags of storage for your music and room for your deck. Just sit back in your swivel chair and lose yourself in your vinyl collection.

Depending on the configuration you opt for it can around 1,500 LPs and 450 singles in protective sleeves or up to 1900 singles and 850 LPs. Obviously not cheap, each one goes for between €34,248 and €40,947.

Find out more at the PlattenKreisel website

 

2. Ronda 1960s-style vinyl cabinet at La Redoute
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2. Ronda 1960s-style vinyl cabinet at La Redoute

It would have been unthinkable to have something like this at a high street retailer just a couple of years back. But here we are, a dream of a retro design at La Redoute.

The Ronda, part of a larger 1960s-inspired furniture collection, is a wonderful throwback design, offering room for your vinyl below, a separate section up above, a place for a deck and an extra space for other bits and pieces. All with some 1960s style, including contrast panels and tapered legs.

Very popular and if often goes out of stock with the retailer but does come back regularly too. Expect to pay £339, although La Redoute trends to have some kind of discount running across its range.

Find out more at the La Redoute website

 

1. Midcentury-style vinyl storage unit by Vintage House Coruna
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3. Midcentury-style vinyl storage unit by Vintage House Coruna

I am actually going to feature two designs by this maker as they really do have so many to choose from. A company that specialises in vinyl storage.

My first pick it a unit that could pass for a midcentury modern sideboard. Handmade, this is available in various colours., with the cupboard perfectly sized for 12-inch vinyl and the surface able to support a deck.

Functionality and style. Expect to pay between £470 and £500 depending on your finish. See all of those on the seller’s Etsy page.

Find out more at the Etsy website

 

2. Stor New York record storage sideboard
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4. Stor New York record storage sideboard

A hugely popular design and for good reason. An obvious pick for the top 20 rundown.

Again, a design that could pass as a midcentury sideboard and able tho double up as one. But the option of those vinyl storage slots at the end is the killer feature here, especially with the more traditional storage option too. Love the tapered legs with brass tipping as well, always a nice touch. A step up in price, with this one going for around £1,700.

Find out more at the Etsy website

 

3. Portishead Reclaimed Timber Record Storage Unit by Urban Grain
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5. Portishead Reclaimed Timber Record Storage Unit by Urban Grain

Something very different, but possibly familiar at the same time.

Yes, this is the kind of racking you would expect in a record shop, with the ‘bins’ perfect for flicking through. But the finish is unusual as it’s a mix of scaffolding board and gas pipes, with the unit produced by hand in an old Victorian hat factory in Manchester. £895 for this one, with each made specifically to order.

Find out more at the Not On The High Street website

 

5. Retro record storage units by Urban Editions
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6. Retro record storage units by Urban Editions

Not just a single unit, this is a complete range of similar designs.

Storing your vinyl is at the heart of each one, with plenty of capacity within those slots for your records. At least, there is if you go for the large ones.

If space is tight, there are smaller ones, as well as different wood finishes and different options for the legs. That makes pinning down a price for these handmade units difficult, but as a guide, they start from around £600.

Find out more at the Urban Editions Etsy website

 

4. Midcentury-style storage unit by Moutinho Store
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7. Midcentury-style storage unit by Moutinho Store

This one isn’t just about the vinyl. But a good option if that’s what you need.

A midcentury design that is (again) made to order, it can handle vinyl, books, CDs or pretty much anything within reason, with a surface deep enough to hold a record player too.

Different designs again, some being open like this one and others having the option of doors. But best of all with these designs is the price. One of the more affordable larger units, prices hover around the £250 mark.

Find out more at the Etsy website

 

7. Handmade midcentury record storage by Department Chicago
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8. Handmade midcentury record storage by Department Home

This is a serious option, both in terms of storage and price.

Not that you have to go for one pictured here. There is a smaller one if your room and your budget is a little smaller, as well as a compact unit the size of a bedside cabinet.

All have a strong midcentury look and like many here, handmade and built with enough strength to holds lots of records. Prices are between £357 and £948, depending on the one you opt for.

Find out more at the Department Home Etsy website

 

8. Le Connaisseur retro vinyl storage unit by Kopo
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9. Le Connaisseur retro vinyl storage unit by Kopo

Perhaps not the winner when it comes to storage capacity, but this storage unit.

It has an asymmetrical design, with room for a record deck at the centre of the unit and space for your vinyl at either side. Perhaps more than you might think at first glance.

You can actually fit up to 200 vinyl records in this one, with the hairpin legs a lovely finishing touch. You can tweak the finish of the design if you want to, although that might mean a jump up on the starting price of €985.

Find out more at the Kopo website

 

5. Sonor record storage unit by Derelict Design
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10. Sonor record storage unit by Derelict Design

There’s no ambiguity about this design and there is a similarity to others on the page.

The selling point here is 12-inch vinyl storage. Again, room for a player and in this case, industrial-style hairpin legs. But at the end of the day, you are buying this for the ample space for that vinyl over those four slots.

£600 or so for this unit ad do check out the rest of the range as the maker has so many variations on this particular theme.

Find out more at the Etsy website

 

6. Gimmick midcentury record cabinet at Maisons Du Monde
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11. Gimmick midcentury record cabinet at Maisons Du Monde

Gimmick by name, perhaps by nature too? I’ll let you make up your own mind.

This is a new design, but one based on the kind of units you might well have found in the 1960s. A kind of sideboard-meets-storage, with an emphasis on your music collection.

Someone mentioned that the area with the glass lid might fit a record player, but you will need to check the dimensions if that’s your intention as it might be a squeeze. But that’s the kind of look this one is going for regardless.

£812 is the price if you want one of these in your life.

Find out more at the Maisons Du Monde website

 

7. Hi-Phile retro record cabinet
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12. Hi-Phile retro record cabinet

If something compact is on your list, this one is certainly worthy of a mention.

The unit here certainly is compact, as well as flat pack record storage. No tools are required though, you’ll be pleased to hear. You just slot these units together, which offer ample storage for both 7-inch and 12-inch records over a small footprint.

Different finishes too, although some have already sold through. Prices are from $725 if you want a weekend putting together some flat pack for your records.

Find out more at the Hi-Phile website

 

8. Luno midcentury-style audio system with built-in drinks cabinet
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13. Luno midcentury-style audio system with built-in drinks cabinet

Much more to this than simply record storage. This is the perfect night in.

Described as a ‘Mad Men’ inspired audio system, this custom-made unit offers a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon deck, wireless connectivity, a two-way speaker system, as well as storage for 150 records.

Oh yes, this also houses a minibar too. All of that in a cabinet made of American walnut. Price is $9.995 if you fancy this as the centrepiece of your hip 1960s living room. Not cheap, but it is amazing.

Find out more at the Luno website

 

13. The Vinyl Stand by HRDL
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14. The Vinyl Stand by HRDL

Maybe you don’t want a full-on cabinet to keep your records in. With that in mind, I have a couple of options, kicking off with this good-looking piece.

A minimal design, this one is available in different wood finishes, although the angular frame is the selling point. Just 32 albums will fit in here, so not for a big collection, but if you want something eye-catching for your favourite titles, this might be for you.

£224 is the price of this.

Find out more at the HRDL website

 

9. Vinyl storage unit with hairpin legs by Vintage House Coruna
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14. Vinyl storage unit with hairpin legs by Vintage House Coruna

A second entry from this Spanish design team, which pretty much specialises in the concept. There are more too, but hopefully, the ones I have featured here give you an idea of what the company offers.

This time it’s a storage space, a good amount of area for your vinyl and the ever-popular hairpin legs. Compact enough for smaller spaces but large enough to host a record player and a good few records too.

Around £473 for this one if it ticks the boxes

Find out more at the Etsy website

 

10. The Modern HiFi Stereo Console
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16. The Modern HiFi Stereo Console

This was a Kickstarter project, but you can order it now.

Another piece by Department Chicago, a maker I mentioned earlier in this piece. Another stunningly attractive unit, it has room for your records (at least 120) as well as hosting a Bluetooth-enabled amplifier, connecting wirelessly to all your enabled devices.

Inputs also here for your TV, record deck and other old school audio if you need it. Did I say it looked good? I think I did.  $1,695 is the asking price for this beauty.

Find out more at the Kickstarter website

 

Korgis record cabinet and bookshelf by Mitz Takahashi
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17. Korgis record cabinet and bookshelf by Mitz Takahashi

This one is an absolute gem, although I don’t know much it retails for sadly.

Everything about it ticks the boxes of a vinyl lover. Just look at it, an unashamedly retro unit with as much presence as anything on this listing, not least because of that lovely walnut grain and the brass legs.

Within the unit is a mix of vinyl storage and bookshelf space (which might even work as even more record storage). The dedicated vinyl area is a drawer-style affair, which looks to offer a serious amount of capacity, although the bottom line isn’t listed.

Nor is the price. You just need to contact the maker or seller for a quote.

Find out more at the Mitz Takahashi website

 

17. Compo Vinyl Storage Unit in Oak at La Redoute
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18. Compo Vinyl Storage Unit in Oak at La Redoute

This is similar to the earlier Ronda in terms of functionality, but with a very different look.

It tones down the 1960s look (which might be a bit much for some) and instead focuses on the storage, which is plentiful both below and at the side of the area given over to a record deck.

That added flexibility of the look is probably a selling point, as is the price of £350. It does come up cheaper in the occasional sale though.

Find out more at the La Redoute website

 

18. Bespoke vinyl storage units by Hello Retro
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19. Bespoke vinyl storage units by Hello Retro

Something a little less austere and – dare I say it – fun.

Functional, affordable and with different colours to choose from in terms of the legs and the exterior. But at the end of the day, the storage is the selling point and the capacity is decent if you don’t have a huge collection that needs housing.

Prices are from £195 if you fancy one or more of these.

Find out more at the Hello Retro Etsy website

 

19. Midcentury vinyl storage units by Scott Cassin
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20. Midcentury vinyl storage units by Scott Cassin

Another option if you want a unit that looks like a vintage piece from the 1960s.

Various options in fact as the maker, all of which follow a similar pattern in terms of design, but differ in terms of the size, the finish and the legs. Although the one pictured here, one of the large ones with tapered legs is my personal favourite.

As for price, you are looking at £565 upwards.

Find out more at the Scott Cassin Etsy website

 

20. Melanie Vinyl Record Storage Shelf
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21. Melanie Vinyl Record Storage Shelf

Something a little cheaper off the high street? This one is a little more affordable and a little more compact. After all, not everyone has huge collections.

Different colours for these stands, which are designed very much for purpose. Room for a decent amount of vinyl, a place for a typically small record player and an extra shelf for whatever you like.

£95 is the price of this one, making it cheaper than any of the top 20 retro record and vinyl storage units featured above.

Find out more at the Urban Outfitters website

 

22. Budget retro vinyl stands at Wayfair
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22. Budget retro vinyl stands at Wayfair

In fact, here’s another cheaper option. Actually, that should say options as there are a few of these with different finishes.

So different colours, different sizes, drawers and room for a record player on top. Some hairpin legs that might appeal too. Yes, there are more substantial units out there, but they don’t sell for under £100.

Find out more at the Wayfair website

 

23. Vinyl storage racks by Design Atelier
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23. Vinyl storage racks by Design Atelier

Looking to maximise your storage and minimise your footprint? This could be the vinyl storage solution for you.

Like many of these options, there are different sizes, from a single rack design that fits on a table to multi-level record racks that should be more than enough for a large collection. All made of metal, some angled, some more traditional and some with wheels. Different colours too. That’s the joy of handmade. You get to choose before you buy.

Prices start at around £120, moving up to £326 for the biggest unit.

Find out more at the Design Atelier website

 

24. Vinyl holder display shelving by The Urban Editions
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24. Vinyl holder display shelving by The Urban Editions

Not one for big collections, but this option takes your vinyl and shows it off as art.

So with that in mind, perhaps don’t hang these in the way of the sun. Once you’ve done that, show off your vinyl in a variety of configurations, with a choice of two, three or four runs and different colours for these minimalist design racks.

How much vinyl? That’s between 40 and 80 records, with prices from around £60 directly from the maker. Yes, these are handmade.

Find out more at the Urban Editions Etsy website

 

25. Midcentury modern record player tables by BnE Studio
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25. Midcentury modern record player tables by BnE Studio

Like some of the others featured, there are various configurations of these available to buy.

Handmade and primarily made to host your record player, these midcentury modern designs also double up to carry some vinyl too. Some more than others but none for a huge collection. This is more for your current spins and for the player.

Lovely things though and priced between £200 and £300.

Find out more at the BNE Studio Etsy website

 

26. Record player stand and storage by Krud Furniture
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26. Record player stand and storage by Krud Furniture

A similar idea to the above, but more rustic and as you can see, with more vinyl storage too.

Again, various options in terms of size and functionality, with this one being my favourite as it can store more than just vinyl. But if you want just vinyl, there is an option for that.

That rustic look is because it is made from scaffold-style solid wooden boards, which have been cleaned up and finished for your home. £410 for this one, but prices vary depending on what you are looking at.

Find out more at the Krud Furniture Etsy website

 

27. Handmade vinyl storage stand by Sussex Wood Furniture
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27. Handmade vinyl storage stand by Sussex Wood Furniture

Another fairly rustic finish from a maker that just makes the one vinyl storage unit. But they do accept custom orders if you want to tweak things.

Again, this one uses wood that has been recycled and reclaimed from scaffold boards to great effect, adding in hairpin legs and offering a good amount of vinyl storage and space for your player (or anything else) above.

£255 gets you one.

Find out more at the Sussex Wood Furniture Etsy website

 

28. Midcentury modern vinyl cupboards by Elizabeth Dot Design
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28. Midcentury modern vinyl cupboards by Elizabeth Dot Design

Different colours are available for the finish of these wonderful cupboards/cabinets.

I have featured the upcycled designs of Elizabeth Dot Design previously, which was incredibly popular. But these are not upcycled.

The designs here are handmade to order, so you can choose your colour and legs to suit the room. Plenty of room for your records, an eye-catching piece and adaptable as general home storage too. £210 is the price of one of these.

Find out more at the Elizabeth Dot Design Etsy website

 

29. Floating vinyl storage shelves by Krovel Furniture
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29. Floating vinyl storage shelves by Krovel Furniture

I like this idea. Keep your floor space free by storing your vinyl on the wall.

Not that it’s much different, but the floating shelf concept is very midcentury modern and looks great when done well. The only problem is that you will need a few to maximise your storage and impact.

Each of the handmade units is made from solid American black walnut but can be ordered in different finishes and sizes from the ones shown if you prefer. Price is around there £225 mark.

Find out more at the Krovel Furniture Etsy website

 

30. Midcentury modern vinyl cabinet by DB Furniture
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30. Midcentury modern vinyl cabinet by DB Furniture

Not the biggest capacity, but this unit more than makes up for it in style.

I love the angled design here and whether you have vinyl to store or not, I’m sure you could find a good use for this in your home. But if you do have vinyl, there are three slots below for it, with space for the record player above.

Handmade of course, with this wooden cabinet selling for £499.

Find out more at the DB Furniture Etsy website

 

31. Scandinavian vinyl cabinet by DK Displays
31. Scandinavian vinyl cabinet by DK Displays

31. Scandinavian vinyl cabinet by DK Displays

Maximising your storage with a midcentury Scandinavian look. That pretty much sums up this one.

Traditional rack storage below and ‘flip’ browsing above, just like you would do in a record store. All with a small footprint and tapered wooden legs.

If it appeals you are looking at around £415 to pick one up.

Find out more at the DK Displays Etsy website

 

32. Industrial wooden vinyl cabinet by Colour Furniture
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32. Industrial wooden vinyl cabinet by Colour Furniture

Low standing storage, but with plenty of capacity for your records.

You could use it as a TV stand, but its prime focus is keeping your vinyl in place. How much? I’m not sure, but quite a lot. And if you need more, they’ll do a custom design for you too.

Wood finish, metal hairpin legs and price starting at £180.

Find out more at the Colour Furniture Etsy website

 

33. Vinyl storage unit by Wicker WoodWorks
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33. Vinyl storage unit by Wicker WoodWorks

Similar to the Scandi one a few places above in terms of functionality. But certainly, not in look.

In fact, you can choose the finish for this one in terms of colour. Or you can go for a plain wood finish. Hairpin legs too. But you want to know about the storage.

Not sure how much, but I would guess we are talking about vinyl storage in the hundreds here on both the lower rack and the upper flip racks too. All in a modest footprint. Around £226 for one of these.

Find out more at the Wicker WoodWorks website

 

34. Vinyl wall cabinet by Lee Furniture
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34. Vinyl wall cabinet by Lee Furniture

I featured one wall-based solution earlier. This is another, more substantial one.

The company does other storage solutions, but this is my favourite, Again, one that could adapt beyond vinyl storage. But also one that’s ideally suited to it. Nope that the wall unit does have wall hangers, but due to the heavy load of vinyl, it must be fixed to brick or solid timber battened wall. There will be a lot of weight here if you fill it. However, if you prefer, you can order if with hairpin legs and is on the floor.

Lots of storage whatever you do and for a price of £495.

Find out more at the Lee Furniture Etsy website

Or you could just go for cases…

 

35. Lenco retro record cases
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35. Lenco retro record cases

Yes, you can still get the old school record cases your parents might have kept their vinyl in. If your storage needs or more modest – or you have the need to make your collection portable, they are worth a look.

A few available, but in terms of a retro look, I like these Lenco cases. Retro shades, retro design and a fake leather finish for a full-on 1970s vibe. Each one holds about 30 LP records, so not exactly huge. But they do cater for people with modest storage needs.

Grab one for £59.

Find out more at the Urban Outfitters website

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