We've seen similar 1950's-1970's long cabinet designs at vintage stores, thrift shops, Goodwill locations and yard sales, and these beauties often provide available storage as-is or with a few modifications as was the case with our Westinghouse unit. Another place to hunt down similar style pieces locally are Craigslist and occasionally eBay (the nicest pieces seem to hail from Canada for some reason, but shipping costs are prohibitive).
We thought we'd repost this series of how-to instructions we shared a few years back for those of you looking for a low-cost (though admittedly DIY involved) way to stylishly store and display your vinyl:
The DIY Stereo Cabinet recap:
- The Stereo Cabinet #1 - Jumpstart
- The Stereo Cabinet #2 - The Strip Show
- The Stereo Cabinet #3 - Enter Sandman
- The Stereo Cabinet #4 - No Guts, No Glory
- The Stereo Cabinet #5 - House of Stain
- The Stereo Cabinet #6 - A Stain In the Neck
- The Stereo Cabinet #7 - Moving On
*since preparing this post, dmstudio further clarified he's actually looking for non-furniture storage for his collection, since his current space lacks any additional room for any furniture. We'll be sure to follow up on this request also.