IKEA Presents: Harry Love’s Records

Published On February 20, 2013 | By Andrew Rafter | Music, Streams
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For as long as many can remember a trusty milk crate was the go-to way that DJs and musicians would store their vinyl. Nowadays milk crates aren’t exactly the height of sophistication, so a lot musicians use Ikea’s Expedit shelving units, which are the perfect size, and depth, to store thousands of vinyl in a neat and ordered way.

To showcase just how versatile their furniture is Ikea answered the SOS call of producer, dad, and record collector Harry Love to try and rearrange his studio to save room, declutter his record collection and generally give his family the space they need to grow.

Using a range of off-the-shelf Ikea products, the Swedish company completely remodelled his home studio – they used their Expedit shelves to store his 4,000 vinyls, their Stolmen shoe racks to store his collection of rare synths, and their Forhoja cutlery draws to store his CDs and cables.

Check out the heartwarming video below.

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is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster. You'll usually find him wandering the streets of Manchester attending gigs, interviewing artists and trying to persuade techno enthusiasts about the merits of melody.

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