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    Vinyl LP wall storage/shelf?

    Can anyone recommend some wall mounted storage for their vinyl?

    It doesn’t need to be necessarily large, holding up to 25 LPs would be fine, and black is a must to match my other storage.

    I quite like the look of this from Sefour, but your suggestions are much appreciated.



    Cheers, Ross.

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    Kallax range from Ikea, can fit at least 50 records in each cube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stowaJLCfan View Post
    Kallax range from Ikea, can fit at least 50 records in each cube.
    another thumbs up for Kallax

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    I use iCubes but they are heavy (even empty) fine stacked one on top of another like I do but they would be more difficult to fix to a wall, possibly with heavy duty brackets underneath.

    I use a floating shelf -LE- from teebooks.co.uk but they don't do black only white - great quality though, look fantastic.

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    https://www.i-cubes.co.uk/eco-mdf-vi...orage-cube-box
    ...but consider how addictive vinyl collecting is....i have purpose built alcove shelving bolted all the way up both sides into load bearing walls that holds 2000 lp's and i've run out of space!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktmog6uk View Post
    https://www.i-cubes.co.uk/eco-mdf-vi...orage-cube-box
    ...but consider how addictive vinyl collecting is....i have purpose built alcove shelving bolted all the way up both sides into load bearing walls that holds 2000 lp's and i've run out of space!
    got 6 of those..really good

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    Another vote for Kallax.....easy and cheap.

    Last edited by gerard; 4th December 2018 at 21:28.

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    Really excellent info, folks. Many thanks

    I'm thinking along the lines of the teebooks dedicated vinyl wall storage for now, while the iCubes and Kallax suggestions are perfect for when the collecting disease takes over

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossC View Post
    Can anyone recommend some wall mounted storage for their vinyl?

    It doesnít need to be necessarily large, holding up to 25 LPs would be fine, and black is a must to match my other storage.

    I quite like the look of this from Sefour, but your suggestions are much appreciated.



    Cheers, Ross.
    I like this one,if you havenít to many records itís ideal as it looks a lot easier to find what you want.

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    I've heard a few horror stories about dealing with iCubes, so I hope they are OK. Heard good things about Kallax.

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    I have waited nearly 18 weeks for my Icube units which arrived today.
    When asking them via email about my order I only got a response when I opened a dispute via Paypal.
    The units are solid and seemingly well made . Are they worth waiting 18 weeks for? To be honest, no.
    They are of a basic construction, and although they maybe made to order, I cannot understand why it took so long.
    If the Icube units fit the need and space that you have then go for it but be prepared for a long wait and unanswered emails.

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