17 Stylish Vinyl Record Storage Cabinets We Love

updated Oct 19, 2023
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Whether you’re someone who’s been collecting records since childhood or only recently began the hobby thanks to the great vinyl comeback, one thing LP lovers learn quickly is that adequate storage is not only a want, but a need. From shelving that turns your favorite albums into art to those classic wooden crates every vinyl lover has had at one point or another, there are many record storage solutions out there.

As for our favorite way to keep music organized, it’s hard to beat a chic storage cabinet — and thanks to vinyl’s resurgence in popularity, there’s more variety now than ever before. We scoured our favorite shops for the best vinyl record storage cabinets around and found 17 pieces you’re sure to love as much as we do. Each of the picks below doubles as both a music lover’s dream display stand and an eye-catching piece of furniture that’ll elicit tons of oohs and aahs. And if you’re looking for an equally as stylish record player to go along with your new stand, we’ve got you covered, too.

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Though Bikoney's record player stand has a great capacity (up to 200 albums!), it's the unique design that really makes it a winner. The shelves hold a range of items, with the top shelf consisting of a sturdy wood base for your record player. But it's the three-tier shelf design that makes this really special. Not only does this showcase your favorite album covers, but the separation also makes it easy to organize by genre.

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Vinyl collectors will appreciate the Cozy Castle record player stand for it's clean design that holds up to 350 records. The open cabinets can hold albums or other music necessities like a record player, headphones, or even coffee table books. The stand comes in brown or oak, making it a seamless addition to any existing decor.

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Versatility is the name of the game with the Asher media console. It can easily double as an entryway table, but the features extend beyond that. The sliding panel doors open up to reveal a spacious interior that holds up to 75 records. There are also three adjustable shelves and the record player opening has an anti-slam top.

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was $589.00

Crosley is a company synonymous with record players, so it only makes sense that they'd make some of the best furniture out there to house record collections. Available in three stunning colors, this mid-century media console looks like any old cabinet from afar. However, with a hinged-top compartment designed to fit and display a record player, as well as wire record slots behind its chic sliding doors, this piece is a record lover's dream.

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Urban Outfitters

This '70s-inspired credenza takes a cue from trends of the past. With a mango wood grain and modern, tapered legs, this low, rustic piece comes complete with three partitioned shelves that are perfect for divvying up your records as you please.

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was $635.00

This sideboard from 17 Stories is a welcome sight to any record collector. An array of fixed and adjustable shelves (the sliding record shelf is what immediately caught our eye) offers plenty of space for everything from your beloved houseplants to, of course, your record collections, while cord management keeps cables tidy for a clean look. With a warm walnut and black design, this piece is great for industrial and MCM lovers alike.

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If you're a fan of pieces with an industrial flair, this bookcase is for you. Made to store and display everything from your cherished vinyl collection to your books, magazines, tchotchkes, and more, its powder-coated steel frame and sleek walnut finish will definitely fit your aesthetic.

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was $369.00

Another credenza we adore is the Liam Console from Crosley. Featuring a simple MCM-silhouette and three large storage shelves, this piece features a gorgeous walnut finish, which adds a stunning natural element to any space.

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Urban Outfitters

Rounding out our mini credenza haul is the Ema Low Credenza. Another mango wood masterpiece, this one also features three partitioned cubbies that fit up to 240 records! Not to mention, the sculpted feet on this console give it a vintage flair we can't help but obsess over.

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Coming in four neutral colors, this polished shelf unit blends in with almost any interior design style. One unit comes with two cube-like shelves, but purchase two or more and place them side by side for a wider console look. This piece is also made from sustainable materials and requires no tools for assembly, which only adds to its appeal.

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was $167.81

Can't decide between an open or closed cabinet design? Get the best of both worlds with the Modway Render Mid-Century Modern Record Display Stand. Bound to become a beloved addition to your living space, the contemporary look of this sliding-door record stand lets you show off as much of your collection as you'd like — without leaving your space looking busy or cluttered.

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was $289.99

Another standout from the music masters at Crosley is the small-space-friendly Everett Record Player Stand. Tucked behind the chic, brass-handled cabinet door of this mid-century stunner is a roomy cabinet space with wire dividers for easy organization, as well as an accessory shelf for additional storage. Perched upon stylish tapered legs, what's not to love?

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was $369.00

For a cubby-like design with a bit more style, we love the Gowdy Cube Bookcase. Coming in black, white, and walnut, this piece features six cubes for a vast amount of storage and ample top space that's fit for a turntable, speakers, and other accessories.

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was $189.99

The minds behind Novogratz are the creators of some of our favorite affordable (and stylish) furniture, and this turntable stand is no exception. The dark brown woodgrain chassis and contrasting gray drawers make this a visually stunning piece, while the dual cubbies (complete with record dividers) make it a collector's organizing dream.

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Hammacher Schlemmer

Aptly named, the Aficionado Organizer is for the person whose collection can rival that of their favorite LP shop. Available in black or walnut, this unit can be placed vertically or horizontally, making it extremely versatile. Oh, and did we mention it can hold up to 800 albums?

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West Elm
was $849.00

With this mid-century style cabinet, two doors open to reveal ample storage space for a bevy of items, including those turntable classics. The piece works well in small spaces thanks to its compact construction, and, like many beloved albums on vinyl, charms with its vintage flair. Notably, the cabinet is made from sustainably sourced wood from "responsibly managed forests," per the website's description.

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was $385.00

The hinged slatted door and flared-leg base of the Wingington End Table help this piece look like something right off the set of "Mad Men." With ample storage space for your vinyl record collection (complete with metal dividers to keep your albums upright — no warping here), this cabinet is a gorgeous, small-space-friendly way to keep your records neat and tidy.