Atocha record cabinet: A modern solution for old vinyl
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Designed by Jennifer Levin Atocha out of necessity -- she could not find a good-looking cabinet to house her vinyl records -- the midcentury-inspired record cabinet will please the most obsessive of music collectors. (Think Daniel Stern’s character Shrevie in the Barry Levinson film ‘Diner.’)
Made to order in maple, oak, cherry and walnut, the line includes a variety of configurations that can accommodate plenty of CDs and DVDs too. Each soft-close gliding drawer can hold up to 95 albums.
Look for special deals through Nov. 8 as Atocha Design holds its first sale, reducing everything by 15%. The cabinet shown above, normally $5,500, is now $4,675 -- enough to cover white-glove shipping from the studio in New York to California, about $750. That includes installation in the home and the removal of all packing materials.
-- Lisa Boone