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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Vintage 45 RPM Records Display

Hello my friends,
While visiting with my oldest daughter last year, I came across several 45 RPM's at a garage sale.
I bought four of them, but I haven't found a way to display them.

These two songs are on one of the 45's, take a listen, it will take you back, waaaaay back. 
Unless you are simply too young to have ever heard these songs, that is.

I think I will leave these little records of yesteryear here in the red tote.
They do seem to fit right in, don't they.

As you see, I already have the warm plaid blankets out.
They are very cozy.

 I hope you are enjoying your day.
Our temps are down to freezing today, 32 deg F and 0 Celsius.
So far we have no snow on the ground, but the weather man is promising a cm of snow today.
I think we can handle that.
Thank you once again for coming by,
I hope you enjoyed the little musical interlude.


The Quintessential Magpie said...

I do remember that record a out timber. LOL What does that say about me?

We just sold about 200 45s that I had since childhood. I felt it was time for someone else to enjoy them, but man, it was hard to let go. Mostly Motown. I am still getting ov the separation anxiety.



Curtains in My Tree said...

I seen some 45's and they sure brought back high school memories when I was in love LOL
I have no idea where you can display them maybe set them on a shelf like we stack vintage books them set something on top of the 45's

Cozy Little House said...

I think they look great there! I just love seeing your cozy home. It's so inviting.

camp and cottage living said...

Love your plaid blankies! The colors are perfect for winter time.
I have great memories of the Sons of the Pioneers too. My FIL gave our boys his albumn over 30 years ago when they were little guys. There favorite song was the Tumbling Tumbleweeds!

It's me said...

So lovely !!! ...i have also my records ...but no record player anymore...(((...hahahaha...lovely day love Ria...x !

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Those bring back memories!
Me too, quilts and throws out and being used! Love this time of the year to bundle up and drink warm drinks...

Brigitte Peetermans said...

Such warm lively colours in your living room.
SO warm with all these nice things.

I especially like the windows on both sides of your fire-place.

I can imagine you're having a very nice time in that room.
All the Christmas Magic.

Carla from the The River said...

Fun! We have been watching a few old John Wayne movies with the boys. They love it.

I like your cozy ideas.

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! I just love this old cowboy music - such pretty harmony. I grew up watching The Roy Rogers Show on TV and there was always a song featuring Roy and The Sons of the Pioneers singing harmony in the background. Your arrangement looks so pretty.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

NanaDiana said...

Oh- yeah- I am getting old! Seriously! lol

They are just perfect in that little red tote box. Love it- xo Diana

must love junk said...

The 45s are so nostalgic! They look adorable in the red tote :)

Faye Henry said...

Your house always looks so great, my friend.. I so remember those old records.. Many years ago.. xo

Pamela Gordon said...

I have some old 45's from the 60's too. The old rock and roll ones. lol I hate to toss them but never listen to them either. It's nice to have throws handy for the winter. I use them a lot. It's going up to 9 and 10 this next 4 days so that will be really nice. Enjoy the weekend. Hugs, Pam

Betty said...

Lovely harmony in those recordings. I knew the song 'Trees' but not familiar with the other.
Your lounge room has changed so much since I first started following you Cindy. I love the beautiful brick work around the fire-place your son put in for you. Everything about the room is cosy, cheery and comfortable.
Keep warm,
Betty ox

ScrapbookingButterfly said...

The 45's are a lovely memory from the past and look sweet nestled in the tote. Your home is such a reflection of your personality...warm and welcoming! It's a joy to visit you there!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Your home always looks cozy and inviting!

My husband had huge collection of old albums but sold them about 8 years ago. Records are actually making quite a come back!

podso said...

What a find! Your living room looks so cozy. I will have to play these for my husband, he will remember them.

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

I love this little display! So cute! A few years ago I bought a little one of those suitcase players at a yard sale for $20 and a few LPs and the kids loved getting to see this old technology!
Angie xo

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love old cowboy songs but I don't remember "timber," however. My husband has all his 60's and 70's record albums --he could not part ewith them when we moved .

Your plaid blankets look very cozy and warm. We have not had snow all month -- very unusual for this area.

Sheila said...

I have a collection of old stereo records. They do bring back memories of being a child and listening to the radio. i know how much you enjoy decorating your home Cindy and will be back to see what changes you make for the Christmas season. It's not hard to start thinking about Christmas with the weather we've had recently!

camp and cottage living said...

Hi Cindy
I was looking for your e-mail address but couldn't find it on your blog. Am I blind?

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nannykim said...

Oh, hey, I love the splashes of red with the white in your room--it all looks very inviting. Your fireplace transformation from way back when is so nice as well. Man, I remember some old cowboy songs I used to love as a kid in the 50's---they were so popular back then!

Diane said...

Like the red plaid blanket, looking very cozy in that corner. I remember playing a Donny Osmond 45 so often it started to fade and it even skipped at parts, but I didn't care!