It seems like Record Store Day 2013 is marked down on more than few calendars among vinyl loving types. With special vinyl releases set for April 20th, you'll discover new music and full album artwork that is often worth displaying. I've compiled some of my favorite solutions for displaying or storing your favorite records once you get back home with your pile of good sounds...
1. LP Record Rack ($80.00)
2. 2 Tone Record Frame ($34.80)
3. Rubbermaid Jumbo Incline File Sorter ($15.04)
4. Vinyl Record Display Mount ($17.00)
5. Rekordit Display/store LP's with an Ikea Expedit ($156.00)
I found Etsy to be a great starting point for LP storage ideas. The LP record rack and 2 tone record frame both add an artistic touch for storing or showing off a single album.
My personal favorite, the Rubbermaid clear file sorter was designed for sorting paper files, but the design is perfect for record collectors and allows storage of about 10-12 LPs while displaying the whole LP cover. If you just want to be able to display the current LP playing, then the simple wooden mounts will easily adhere to your wall.
Finally, for the large collector, the Rekordit system modifies your IKEA Expedit to allow LPs to act as hinged doors (heads up, it's 20% off today), granting you access to your LP storage.
These cool storage and display sollutions certainly sparked my imagination. What unique sollutions are you all using for displaying or storing vinyl records?
(Images: linked websites)