When they want a little background music, the owners can head to the table behind the sofa and put on one of their favorite records. Notice how the record player's blue design complements the curtains.
The Junk Gypsies helped Miranda Lambert decorate her mother Bev's Airstream trailer, adding a funky, feminine, gypsy flair. The pink record player in the sitting room is an important element for the music-loving family.
Designer Lori Rourk transformed a once-tired antique record player into a chic focal point by adding blown glass knobs and refinishing the wood. Inexpensive coastal accessories finish off the look and bring a real sense of character.
This teen bedroom features all-over music memorabilia, including a hanging acoustic guitar and bedside vintage record player. A Union Jack comforter is draped over the reclaimed wood bed, while built-in underbed shelving provides the perfect spot for displaying books.
This dining room features neutral wood wall paneling paired with a red ceiling and matching French door. A round glass table with modern white chairs sits at the center with a metal chandelier overhead. Multicolored artwork, an antique record player and hardwood floors add finishing touches.
In one corner of the space, designers created a soothing entertainment space for the homeowner. A set of shelves provide storage for a small bar tray, a record player and a record collection, while the walls showcase more of the homeowner's art and some of her own photographs.
From the pretty pottery on top all the way down to the record collection, this bookcase looks colorful and carefully curated. Our favorite part? The letter board, flamingo and palm trees, which bring a small taste of Palm Springs to this home in New Jersey.
A vinyl record player brings a throwback touch to this sitting room, which is artfully designed to be modern with a hint of Art Deco. Gold accents, including the round coffee table, chair legs and even the speckled animal hide rug, add a touch of glamour. Black and white photography is playful, yet sophisticated.
Playful black and white photography is arranged geometrically to form an accent wall and a focal point in this eclectic living space. Beneath it, a console table holds a vinyl record player, adding vintage flair to the throwback space, which incorporates a mix of modern and Art Deco elements. A gold drum-style coffee table adds glamour and function.
This country music rising star wanted a place to write her number ones, so designers took inspiration from music city itself. One the walls, Nashville concert posters are hung, along with an autographed guitar. Vintage items, such as a pink vintage record player and transistor radio, mix with more modern elements, such as the large teal chairs, to combine a space that is both cozy and creative.
Bring in a retro vibe to the reception with vinyl records for guests to sign. Metallic permanent markers such as gold and silver work best for readability. Enjoy listening to your favorite tunes from your autographed records or display them in a fun way in your home.
To really evoke thoughts of Palm Springs, Calif., designer Michelle Gage layered the living room with hanging plants, vines and various types of cacti. These decorate the bookshelf, too, which proudly displays a bust of Elvis, a flamingo statue and a record collection.
This living room is a playful mix of colors and style. A red patterned curtain plays off the overstuffed red armchair. A commercial sign listing Boston neighborhoods serves as industrial wall art. A chevron rug and an avocado green record case as end table storage complete the color- and decade-mixing fun.