9 Ways to Show Off Your Love of Vinyl at Home

Buying the perfect record player is just the beginning.

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Vinyl records are obviously not the most common way people listen to music these days — MP3s still reign supreme — but they've seen a cultural resurgence in the past few years. There's just something about placing a physical record down and hearing that needle get to work that feels extra special.

But sometimes, simply playing a few records isn't enough to truly convey how much they mean to music lovers, so we're sharing nine products that let you show off your love of vinyl 24/7. Best of all, it's just in time for National Vinyl Record Day on August 12th, the same date Edison invented the phonograph in 1877!

1: Stackable Vinyl Record Bowls

$5 each; etsy.com

2: Black Record Frames

$7.99 each; ikea.com

3: Record Clock

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4: Record Cake Stand

$11.88; etsy.com

5: Record Coasters

$15.60; amazon.com

6: Record Rug

7: Record Wall Decal

$39.49; overstock.com

8: Record Player Pillow

$14; etsy.com

9: Vinyl Storage Rack

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