Yehudit Laine. storage. June 29th , 2017.
Kill two birds with one stone by storing the records in a chest and using it as a coffee table or side unit in the living room. This way, you can flip through the records easily and can keep them concealed when the need is over.
You can then start building, by first adding a landscape fabric to prevent the shed from unwanted weed growth or varmints. It will also keep the base of the shed dry and free from decay. Create a foot area, then four corners for support, and secure them deep into the ground, and then the roof.
If you don't have a large collection, a coffee table with a shelf can be converted into a record storage unit. Just remember to stack the albums side by side (vertically), and not on top of one another (horizontally).
Depending on the space available on the bookshelf, there are one of two things you can do. The first option is to stack the records together, whereas the second option is to place them in a container or box vertically and then keep it on the bookshelf.
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