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Vinyl decor

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Vinyl decor. Get inspired and try out new things.
It is a rip off of Bansky, however imitation is the greatest form of flattery.  I like it.

It's National Record Store Day on Saturday! Here's a tribute to people who took vinyl off their shelves and turned it into an art form all its own. As Matt Stopera once said, "Don't let the music die!!!"

upcycled, vinyl This is my prototype for a wall-hung wine rack made from old vinyl records. The records appear to float with no visible supports. On the back side, you can see how it is done. A wood 1x4 provides the support and connection to the wall. First, I

This is my prototype for a wall-hung wine rack made from old vinyl records. The records appear to float with no visible supports. On the backside, you can see

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Running out of ideas? We've got you covered! Find all the inspiration here! | #luxury #interiordesign #modernhomedecor #midcenturylighting #uniquedesignideas #homedecor #interiordesignideas #interiordesigninspo #interiordesigninspirations

6 Plastic Recycling Ideas Turning Vinyl Records into Green Home Decorations

Recycled crafts and plastic recycling ideas offer great ways to personalize rooms with unique handmade home decorations

Decorate With Your Old Media – Legacybox

We love a fun DIY that involves interior design AND puts our old memories to good use. Now that you’ve had your memories digitized and protected for years to come with Legacybox, it’s time to use them for fun decoration! We put together four great DIY projects! Record Player Wall Have multitudes of records? This is a great way to show them off AND keep them safe over time. All you need is a hammer and some nails. You can either hang your records all in a row next to one another, or hang both…