Hand built from different varieties of Oak, Ash, Maple, Mahogany and Cherry
Though this table is a hodgepodge of woods they all fit together cohesively. With its varied species of wood comes different grain patterns including some Medullary Rays, Knots and End Grain.
It was designed to give your turntable a stable place to rest as well as storage for LPs and or a receiver. It also has a floating shelf cut out of the top for flipping through records that get put in heavy rotation or don't get put away immediately ( We know about that tower of records waiting to be reorganized). The bottom shelf can hold around 120 records with the spines facing out. The cutout shelf that you can flip through will hold around 65.
When putting the stand together the screws where covered with died yellow epoxy plugs just to add some contrast. Thought they stick out the yellow fits right in.
Two strips of Dark Mahogany book end the Knotty Oak on the sides. On the top shelf two different species of oak create a racing stripe slightly offset and is carried through on the floating shelf.
Finishing off the tapered Oak legs is a Cherry wood skirt that is slightly curved.
The cabinet is the perfect size to fit in any room and decor.
This highly functional TT stand has the sensibilities and lines of Mid-Century Modern but with the hodgepodge of woods also fits right in the with Bohemian style.
Reversible, the cabinet can be used from either side and does not have to go against a wall
Finished with a Teak oil there is no sheen but gives a nice layer of protectant that emphasizes the woods natural beauty.
The stand was handcrafted in Saint Augustine Florida out of Remnants from other shop projects and throw away pieces we couldn't stand to see go in the landfill
This is the kind of furniture that lasts and could be handed down from generation to generation.
36" wide x 39" tall x 17" deep.
Record storage shelf is 12.5" wide x 12.5" deep x 6.5" tall. Holds around 65 records.
Space between bottom of speaker shelf and bottom of top shelf is 13" high. with spines facing outward can store about 120 records