Tanner Goods Introduces a Better Way to Store Vinyl

A minimal wire rack is the smarter way to store vinyl.

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GEORGE BARBERIS

With the steady return of analog music systems comes the newfound need for record storage. Smart solutions take both size and style into consideration — something more than a milk crate, but perhaps less than a standalone cabinet. From Portland, Oregon–based purveyor of contemporary heritage wares Tanner Goods comes the Record Rack, a vinyl display that simultaneously stores and shows off your collection. Made from bent stainless steel wire and finished with a slightly glossy, powder-coated finish, the Record Rack comes in two sizes — one for 12-inch LPs ($90), and another for 7-inch 45s ($55) — with room for 45- and 70-inch records, respectively.

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