15 Best Vinyl Record Storage Ideas
Arrange your albums exactly to your liking with these clever vinyl record storage solutions.
You spent hours digging through music store bins, perusing garage sale tables and even dusting off the stacks in your parents' attic or basement. And now, you have a pretty impressive record collection to show for it.
Next up? Investing in a quality storage system, so you never have to hunt for those precious LPs again. Here are 15 consoles, credenzas, crates and more that we love for vinyl record storage. They'll keep your albums neat and organized and even show off your favorite covers.
There's something undeniably cool about a crate full of albums. Find all of your favorite records with ease using this Crosley Vinyl Storage Crate. The wooden box is available in a variety of different stains, features integrated carrying handles and comes burnished with the official Crosley logo.
Take your records out of the cabinet or off the floor with this wall-mounted storage shelf. The simple plywood design is highlighted with your choice of either green or orange painted around the trim, adding a pop of color to your collection.
If you prefer to keep your collection tucked behind a door, this midcentury modern cabinet is for you. Wire dividers keep your records organized, and you can store a smaller record player or accessories on the shelf above.
This streamlined record storage case will not only add a chic addition to your living space but is also an easy way to take your records on the go with you. Safely holding around 30 records, the heavy-duty piece will keep your collection in pristine collection wherever you are.
No floor space? No problem. Hang your records anywhere in the house with these wall-mounted storage racks. The minimalist shelves are crafted in small batches from hard maple or walnut in a Minnesota workshop.
Give your turntable and growing record collection a proper home on this two-tiered storage rack. The metal stand is surprisingly compact, making it a great fit for any corner, and it features an A-frame silhouette. Best of all? It includes built-in dividers, so you can organize your records with zero effort.
Sometimes all you need is a box — or a well-built cube. Stack your Crosley and smaller record collection neatly on this recycled paperboard cube. The flat top will provide a steady platform for your turntable, while the interior holds up to 70 albums. You can also tuck speakers on the sides.
Keep your albums organized and within arm's reach of your sound system with this tabletop vinyl storage rack. The metal unit can hold around 100 LPs (seriously), and it tilts them up so you can view the titles. Best of all? The legs are capped with silicone pads, so they won't scratch your media stand.
Some album covers demand to be seen. Proudly display eight of your favorite records on these vinyl storage ledges. Each ledge is crafted from solid wood and available in your choice of three eye-catching finishes. A single ledge can accommodate one album, including those with thick double or triple gatefolds.
Perfect for small spaces, this two-tiered shelf keeps your vinyl records right at hand. The simple black metal frame provides ample room for flipping through your albums without taking up major space in your home.
Take a more artistic approach with your vinyl storage, and use these floating mounts to create a gallery wall. The clever X-shaped design holds albums and covers at the same time, and it can be adjusted for thicker gatefolds.
With enough space for your record player, sound system and an abundance of albums, this industrial-meets-midcentury shelf houses everything you need in one place. Hairpin legs add a chic design, while ample cubby space will keep your records safely stored away when not in use.
Now here's a vinyl storage rack that takes "easy listening" to a whole new level. Access your turntable, albums and noise-canceling headphones all at once using this wire unit. The bottom shelf is equipped with 30 slots that fit two records each, so you have room for 60 LPs.
We've finally figured out where to put those pesky record jackets. Keep your album covers safe while you listen on repeat, and stash them on this "Now Playing" shelf. The piece is available in a red, orange, dark gray or ivory finish and can be hung with screws or command strips.
Show off your entire record collection (and still have room to grow) with this Amelia Low Credenza. The expansive unit is made from solid mango wood and boasts three large compartments for albums. Simply add your turntable and speakers to the top, and you'll have one killer media stand.