Vinyl record collections are coming back in style, and it’s a matter of time before retro-turntables make a fashionable reappearance in our interiors. Here’s how you can make one look at home on your console without missing a beat.
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AT-LP5 Direct Drive Stereo turntable with dust cover, $598, from AudioTechnica. Pastoe Frame Joost Selection sideboard, $7,865; Catellani & Smith PK LED 40 table lamp, $2,000; and Herman Miller Eames lounge chair and ottoman, $12,589; all from Xtra.
Pablo Designs Pixo table lamp, $350; Up In The Air Somewhere pitcher, $80; ceramic tree trunk vase, $60; Woon Hung mahogany kidney dish, $59; crinkle cup, $52 (set of 4); Punt Ernest desk, $2,600; Muuto Cover chair with leather upholstery, $1,180; all from Pomelo Home. Vintage vinyl record player, $900, from Mobler.
Vinyl records deliver a warm and rich sound quality, and while scratches on the surface of the record can affect the clarity of the recording, audiophiles regard them as unique accents, which lend an air of nostalgia to the overall experience.
location POMELO HOME
photography DARREN CHANG art direction KAFFY TAN