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  • Listening Room Decor Suggestions

    Starting to think more and more about music related decor in my listening area. Looking for suggestions of where to shop for music related wall art, gold record displays of albums, vintage concert posters or playbills vinyl framing, etc. Any other decor suggestions would be awesome as well. Feel free to snap some photos of your room too. Most of have a media console/rack and listening chairs, but looking for more ways to improve the room and feel of it overall. Plants, furniture, art, music posters, vinyl album covers, whatever... would love to see what you all have to try to figure this out. My room is pretty bare and so are the walls, so starting from scratch.

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    Shop millions of Vintage, Classic & Contemporary Concert Posters, Photos, Retro Band and Rock T-Shirts, Live Music Streaming & Downloads, Vinyl

    If you're a child of the 60's this is for you. There is some serious collectible material here.


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        This is just a tad dated. The image, not the text, describes the intended goal.
        Poster: "Blown Away". photog: Steve Steigman.

        I've been meaning to acquire one of these posters, frame it and hang it. It is available widely over the internet.

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          Hmmm, I remember when the add campaign came out. I felt it represented the volume level I occasionally feel required to fully appreciate selected pieces, and Black Sabbath....