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Anne Colby added this to Simple Pleasures: Decorating Is FunDec 12, 2014

Be passionate. Love records? Display all of your favorite albums in one place, and set up your record player so you are inspired to play them more often. If you surf, hang your board on the wall. Big reader? Fill a wall with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves or turn stacks of art and design books into side tables (just be sure to put out coasters). Whatever you love, give it a place where it will shine.

Mitchell Parker added this to What Really Makes Us Happy at Home? Find Out From a New Houzz SurveyMar 18, 2014

The majority of men surveyed (one-third) enjoy the sound of music in the home, while women (one-third) prefer the sound of family. There are differences based on where you live, though. Rural homeowners prefer the sounds of wildlife, while suburbanites love to hear the conversations among children and family members. City dwellers dig music the most.

Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Put Your Records OnMar 1, 2014

Tell us: What part does music play in your life? What do you listen to when you want to feel peaceful, sharp, energized or inspired? Do you listen to records, CDs or digital music? Do you have a favorite sound system? Share your thoughts on music in the Comments.These Spaces Have the Music in Them

Laura Gaskill added this to 13 Ways to Keep the Peace With RoommatesAug 17, 2013

Don't monopolize the TV and stereo. With laptops and iPads, sharing the TV isn't quite as much of an issue as it once was, but it is still not fair to hog the big screen. Each roommate should have the opportunity to watch favorite shows and get an equal chance to DJ the sound system. And no judgments — everyone is allowed to watch (or listen to) total junk from time to time!

Corynne Pless added this to My Houzz: Raw Meets Refined in an Open Brooklyn LoftAug 5, 2013

Arc Fabrication used plywood with a poplar face to build the bookcase. The bar is reclaimed yellow pine.

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QueensCastle added this to Home Designs/ArchitectureAug 14, 2019

Love the built-in cabinetry for the music/flex room.

Olivia Robson added this to Architecture Class/Dream HouseSep 28, 2018

I will have this much vinyl. I'm already working on that in real life. Used vinyl not only sounds great, but has an antique look that pairs well with the theme of the house.

Jenn added this to Good ideasSep 22, 2018

To solve the 'what do we do with the albums?' disagreement.

Vanessa Orlando added this to LivingAug 3, 2018

Built-in dreams! + Bonus this a musician's home w/ a recording studio!

Melissa M added this to melissa_mohaupt's ideasMay 23, 2018

Built-in with record player cubbie

Angela Rische added this to My BedroomMay 9, 2018

Still dreaming of those plants I could never actually maintain...

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