Oh, this is wonderful. The 1950s-style Redpop vinyl cabinet at La Redoute is a dream of a retro design.
You might well know that I have compiled a top 50 retro record and vinyl storage units round-up that’s hugely popular. Do check it out if you can. One of the most popular within that is the Ronda 1960s-style vinyl cabinet, which is one of the few from a high street retailer. So with that in mind, I’m surprised to see another from the same maker/seller.
But here we are with a design that offers similar in terms of functionality, but a very different look. One that’s more in line with 1950s design than the 1960s and if you are going for that era as inspiration, it’s well worth checking out.
Redpop isn’t a new range. You might recall I featured a sideboard of the same name a couple of years back. That’s still available, along with another sideboard and a cabinet if you want to match up. But this vinyl cabinet would work well on its own too.
Like those other pieces, this is an update on a 1950s look, with a unit offering two sliding doors, including one rattan cane door, lags and handles in an epoxy brass metal finish, adjustable feet and of course, space for your vinyl selection on the top and room for a record player too.
That lower shelf should be good for your amplifier too and I would hope more vinyl would fit into the lower cupboards. Either way, some handy storage.
A new arrival at La Redoute, this retails online for £550.