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Face it, everyone’s got their own CD and DVD storage problems. But it’s how you deal with them that ultimately determines how much of a clutter-free person you will be in life!
In this post, we take a look at some of the common solutions that people have come up with for combating DVD clutter.
Actually, there used to be a time in which it was considered pretty cool to have your DVDs hanging on a board or on the wall without covers as a piece of snazzy high tech wall art.
Photo by Tezz
To show off CD covers as art themselves was another approach:
Photo by Matthew
This, of late has evolved into a style of having an entire set of CD cases printed with a custom design and then arranged on the wall.
Design by Studio.lo, Via
Paintings and artwork on CD storage shelves are also prominent:
By Furniture Graphics
Storage shelves for CDs today come in different shapes and sizes.
Above two are from UntoThisLast
The above 6 designs are from Vismara
Another idea would be to frame your DVD shelf as if it were an art work:
Music lovers would probably like this shelf from Redsave. This nifty case can hold upto 265 discs and will be your if you are willing to shell out Rs.28,000 ($580 Approx).
If your collection is pretty light you could consider one of the following figurine models…
Weight Lifter [Via]
Want something more lean and mean? How about this model by Molto?
Or how about one that shows time…?
For those who want a high tech storage solution, check out the BlueDot Divita DVD/CD Storage tower from Audiocubes which can store upto 100 discs and allows the user to add the name for each item in their collection they wish to catalog.