5 Vintage Inspired Speakers with Modern Sound

5 Vintage Inspired Speakers with Modern Sound

63f45fea24952f0643ee207e94efffb5f319cb74?auto=compress&w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Elizabeth Giorgi
Dec 4, 2013
(Image credit: Sites listed above)

If you're looking for speakers that sound great, don't take up a ton of space AND harken back to a simpler time, we've found five great new alternatives. The best part? They're all bluetooth compatible.

Here are five options for small spaces in need of beautiful audio:

1. Flatiron Vintage Speaker ($149): Restoration Hardware really rocks it with this one. It's only 10 1/2 inches high, so it would look great on a bookshelf, desk or even on top of the fridge. Small enough to hide, but big enough to make a statement.

2. Tivoli Model One with Bluetooth ($198): Listening to the radio is delightful, but pair a speaker with your smartphone via Bluetooth and it's a party. This powerful little speaker has a classic look and is perfect for a nightstand or a small shelf in the living room.

(Image credit: Apple)

3. Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker ($399): Marshall and music just go together. This particular design is compact but powerful, and will make any room sound better.

4. iLive Wireless Speaker and Radio ($32.99): This simple and affordable speaker is probably not best for audio snobs, but will do the trick in most homes.

5. Vers2Q Bluetooth Bamboo Speaker ($199.90): Perfect for the Mid-Century Modern home, this speaker has beautiful rounded bamboo wood corners, which harken back to the days of handmade furniture.

Apartment Therapy supports our readers with carefully chosen product recommendations to improve life at home. You support us through our independently chosen links, many of which earn us a commission.
moving--truck moving--dates moving--dolly moving--house moving--cal Created with Sketch. moving--apt