The Ultimate Record Storage & Display Solution: Ophon Music Furniture

18 September 2023

Just like Haarlem Vinyl Festival, Ophon Music Furniture was born out of a deep love for music, vinyl records, and cover art. On this year's first edition of the festival, the two join forces to showcase what they love most. Expect to spot a wide range of their Coverfront record cabinets throughout our program: a sleeve art exhibition, listening spaces, custom-built on-stage design, and a special cabinet dedicated to 7-inch singles. Provided and powered by Ophon Music Furniture.

The Coverfront record cabinet by the Amsterdam-based company fully integrates record storage with cover art display. This allows you to store and display records in a constantly changing collage, bringing music and sleeve art into your interior. All cabinets by Ophon Music Furniture are modular and customizable in height, width, material, finishing, and other custom options. Every shelf stores up to 60 records facing forward, or 80 records sideways. Each cabinet is made-to-order and locally produced, resulting in a truly unique piece of furniture for every home.

“Our record cabinets are modular and customizable, so at Haarlem Vinyl Festival we wanted to show different types of furniture,” says Ophon founder Piet Hein Clijsen. “We have a brand new material, we recently started producing a cabinet specifically for 7-inch singles, and we're bringing a few smaller variants from the Coverfront family as part of the listening set-ups at Haarlem Vinyl Festival. We're looking forward to introducing our furniture while meeting like-minded record collectors and cover art enthusiasts.”

The One LP Exhibition
Find Ophon Music Furniture on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, or online—or better yet: meet up with their small, dedicated team at during Haarlem Vinyl Festival, as they will facilitate the One LP exhibition at the HVF Hangout - in the Phil Foyer. One LP is a unique and critically acclaimed portrait photography project that explores the inspirational qualities of recordings and the impact that they have on people's lives. Each portrait features the subject holding a recording that is of great personal significance. 

Visit the expo on Friday, Saturday or Sunday and get to know all the ins and outs of this project during the accompanying fascinating Q&A on Saturday (accessible for day ticket, Vinyl Culture and Weekend Pass holders. Tickets available here.)