Upon picking up his new, to him, record player, Mr. Pratt decided he would need a place for it to reside. His growing record collection would also need a home in close proximity to the record player. This is how the record cabinet came to be.
Mr. Pratt, a close friend, contacted me to see if I would be interested in designing and building a cabinet for his record player, receiver, and collection of records. Excited to try something different, I gladly accepted and began sketching. The result of my sketching was an industrial, steel-framed cabinet. The panels are a stained plywood, secured by countersunk screws. The records are housed behind two sets of steel doors with expanded steel sheeting. The steel is finished in a clear coat to inhibit rust and to keep the raw appearance.