From Anne and Todd's Gropius Meets Victorian House Tour in Jamaica Plain, this clever little DIY room divider certainly takes the crown, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality, compared to any other DIY room divider we've on we've seen around here lately. Oh, and it's not white paint you see there...
After a failed attempt in painting the records white, Anne and Todd resorted to contact paper to create that streamlined, graphic look you see before you. One may be skeptical of contact paper, but we've seen the divider close-up and the contact paper definitely does NOT look like contact paper - it looks really finished and polished.
Room dividers are a great way to allow organized grid living, allowing you to peek into each of the two spaces it divides, and can create a visually stunning impact to your living/entertaining area when done correctly. Meanwhile, for those of you who prefer to SAVE your vinyl records, check out these other LP-friendly links:
Save the vinyl:
- Teenage Engineering's DIY Styrofoam Turntable
- Bust Out That Turntable: LPs Slowly Make a Comeback
- Debut 111 Pro-ject Turntable In a Tasty Rainbow of Colors
- Digitize Your Vinyl Collection with the Thanko USB Turntable (In case you're planning to save them... only to sacrifice them later)
[Via AT: Boston]