Decorating with Record Art

Decorating with Record Art

Anthony Nguyen
Jul 21, 2011

As digital media players continue to get upgraded and Spotify takes over the cloud music scene, us old foggies who still miss the experience of vinyl can only hope the next generation values music the way 'it used to be.' Well, seeing as you can't really throw up a screenshot of iTunes on the wall and call it 'art,' we've rounded up a few directions you can take your music room so it still has some old school flair.


  1. Get Colorful. Paul Octavious' take the most vibrant records and captures them in motion. The results speak for themselves! Grab a 10x15 print for $50.
  2. Go Classic. "Old School Record Player" by John Golden demonstrates that nothing beats a vintage record player and the warm tunes that are certain to bring back memories from the old days.
  3. Get Creative. Flex your creative muscles and transform your old, unusable vinyl records into beautiful wall art. Or clocks.
  4. Be Like... Totally Hip. We found these prints on raw wood a few years back at Urban Outfitters. We're not sure if they're still selling them these days.

Got a fantastic record art idea for our walls? Let us know below!

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