The simple form of this record display is what makes it so beautiful. No additional detail has been added to distract from the beauty of the wood and the beauty of the display’s form. The Record Display By Kai Takeshima ($CALL) is the perfect combination of form and function. It’s made from walnut and features a brass rod stop near the front. Each section is 9″ deep, and it holds about 290 records. Enough space for almost any home collection. Each of the shelves is tilted at 6 degrees to provide an optimal viewing angle when flipping through to find your favorites. Overall the display measures 26″dx43″wx46″h.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest If you’re looking for a midcentury modern piece for a special place in your home, you won’t go wrong with the Hans Wegner Papa Bear Chair ($18,000). Created by A.P. Stolen, it originates from Denmark and came into production in 1955. Made from leather, oak, and teak, its been expertly restored and still […]