How Do Stereos/Music Affect Your Furniture Choices?

How Do Stereos/Music Affect Your Furniture Choices?

Heather Blaha
Jan 25, 2008

While the nuts and bolts of music equipment and technology at home are surely an AT:Unplggd issue (or plugged, yes), we recognize that music equipment, cds, records, speakers, etc. really affect how our rooms are set up, the furniture we use, and the overall "weight" of a room. We belong in the old-school camp (turntable, albums, big speakers), which means we make a lot of furniture choices based on storage and usability. BUT, we find this Musicsystem stereo a great cross of old and new - and compact enough to not require large furniture to accommodate it (like this IKEA Vinstra chest, below, that houses all our music stuff). We probably won't downsize any time soon, but we're wondering about all of you...

Do you have furniture pieces whose sole function is to keep your old-school musical ways in tact?

Small Musicsystem stereo system by Henry Kloss for Tivoli Audio available for $999.99 at Unica Home.

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