The Record Player Console is quite seamless in design, despite the fact that it's been assembled from many stacked pieces of corrugated paper. Chris Cushingham glued layer upon layer of cardboard together to create an apparently monolithic entertainment unit with a walnut wooden veneer.
Rectangular cutouts have been incorporated to perfectly fit electronics and one's music collection. The customer can order a bespoke storage system that matches the dimensions of his own amplifiers and audio equipment; or else, the designer bundles a set of speakers and a turntable into the purchase. You'll want to have an impressive library of vinyls, however. The Record Player Console will have a generous cubby to accommodate dozens of LPs. When it's full, their top edges create additional flat surface to fill out the tabletop.
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