Retro record players, turntables and vinyl storage
Classic, retro, and vintage record decks and turntables plus hip and stylish ways to store your vinyl collection.
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If you love your vinyl, then you’ll be fascinated by the newly-launched Record Factory by Teenage Engineering, which lets you cut and play your own records.
I talk about record decks a lot (because I love them), but if you really want to get serious on the subject, check out the Revolution, The History of Turntable Design book, coming soon from Phaidon.
Originally just one design, this much-loved loved piece has now turned into a mini range. The Ronda 1960s-style vinyl cabinets at La Redoute. The big one is discounted right now too.
Do you want your home to look like an old 1960s record shop? You need to invest in one or more of these retro vinyl storage racks by Sefour.
The company has done a 1950s and a 1960s design, so no surprise to see this wonderful Larsen 1970s-style vinyl storage cabinet at La Redoute.
Another option for your records and turntable, this rather wonderful 1950s-style Redpop vinyl cabinet at La Redoute.
These are very cool and practical too if space is an issue. Midcentury modern record player stands by Made By Raphael.
A midcentury modern look, storage for 1,000LPs and over 400 CDs (or singles) plus room for your audio kit. This PlattenCombi retro music storage unit by PlattenKreisel is a dream.
A thing of beauty. Mario Bellini’s 1970s space age Totem audio system has been reissued by Brionvega, with some subtle updates for the modern era.
This is a beauty. A 1970s Telefunken Rondo Stereo 101 audio system on eBay, complete with hefty speakers to match. They really don’t make them like this anymore.
A recycling of old records rather than playable ones I’d guess. Regardless of that, the Vibyl bespoke handmade vinyl side tables are rather nice and not as expensive as you might expect for a handmade item.
I’m a big fan of these handmade retro vinyl cupboards by Made By Raphael. Compact and good looking. Ideal for a smaller space or room.
Another wonderful piece of space-age audio on eBay, this 1970s Rosita Vision 2000 unit is a design classic and an icon of the era.
Vinyl storage, vinyl bin, room for your turntable and your amplifier. All in one of these compact units from Kunsst Furniture.
Fancy a trip back to the 1970s? You need this Rosita Commander space age audio system in your home. It’s for sale right now on eBay.
Cool and colourful, these handmade retro vinyl cabinets by Elizabeth Dot Design will brighten up any room. Plenty to choose from and all priced well for something made by hand.
I did mention these briefly in my retro record storage round-up a while back. But I think the Lenco vintage-style record storage cases probably deserve their own moment in the spotlight.
No shortage of record storage units out there, but these retro record player table range by BnE Studio are a good-looking and handmade variation on the theme.
The 1970s Bang & Olufsen Beogram 4000c turntable has been reissued. But only in very limited numbers.
No one is claiming this is a high-quality deck for audiophiles. But the Gadhouse Brad retro record player is ridiculously cute.
I am often hesitant to feature one-off designs as they sell through quickly. But I really love this upcycled Danish record storage unit at Etsy.
Part of an ongoing collaboration with Crosley, but this The Beatles record carrier case is a new addition to the range.
Not really for big collections, but if your selection is more modest, this retro vinyl storage rack at Urban Outfitters is worth checking out.
David Bowie’s turntable of choice, the 1960s Radiofonografo record player by Brionvega is back as a limited edition of just 100 in an original ‘60s walnut finish.
I have featured some pricey solutions, so to balance it out, something more affordable. These budget retro turntable stands at Wayfair. Half-size units also available for half the price too.