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The 'Record Display I' by Kai Takeshima Upscales Forgotten Furniture

 - Jan 27, 2016
References: kaitakeshima & blessthisstuff
Although the vinyl record display seemingly vanished into the past as the musical medium became outdated, the 'Record Display I' by Kai Takeshima is an example of how the industry segment is rebounding. Crafted from sumptuous wood and finished with oil, the display furniture can hold around 290 records, which makes it ideal for avid collectors with a growing number of vinyls.

As vinyl records experience something of a resurgence amongst audiophiles, other areas of the market are adapting accordingly to provide ways to support the renewed lifestyle. The 'Record Display I' by Kai Takeshima is an example of this with a style that's modernly retro and crafted in Montreal, Canada from solid walnut for a luxurious finish.