Add polish and style to your home with the sleek mid-century modern design of the Crosley Furniture Everett Media Console. Sure to be a conversation starter, our console was designed around that most classic of media components, the record player. The heart of the stand is the specially designed turntable compartment. Cleverly tucked into the top of the unit, the record player can be accessed through a hinged lid that remains hidden when not in use. In the main cabinet, wire dividers help keep your records organized, and adjustable shelving makes room for plenty of accessories. Combined with Crosley’s reputation for quality craftsmanship and design, our Everett Console is a timeless piece you will enjoy for years to come. Genuine metal hardware in a brushed gold finish.
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Everett Media Console
Add polish and style to your home with the sleek mid-century modern design of the Everett Media Console. Whether you need a home for your favorite turntable and album collection or a stylish accent cabinet, this media console has the versatility to fit the bill. Featuring sliding cabinet doors that open to adjustable shelving on one side, and album storage on the other, the Everett Media Console is a perfect storage solution for your home.
i really like it, got a good deal, just wish UPS hadn’t busted up one of the pieces– probably the heaviest thing i’ve ever received from an online order – apparently UPS didn’t like how heavy it was either because at some point they must have dropped the package in some way that the impact went all the way through the huge amount of packing & cushioning material and nicked a whole chunk out of one of the larger surface wood pieces… which suffice to say i didn’t actually discover until i’d done all the work of laying out all the pieces for assembly and gotten the huge amount of packing material out of there so i had some room in our small space to work. needless to say i was pretty upset about that…- assembly was stupid easy. nice to have some really clear and simply instructions for an item. not sure how much easier it could be anyway since the amount of screws was minimal – most of the installation required setting the cam locks and nuts. super super easy, and made putting the heavy solid pieces together unassisted especially easy and not in any way nerve-wracking, which was GREAT.- i’m not gonna lie, when it came time to put the lid and spring arm onto the hinge, i had a hard time believing the flimsy little hinge wouldn’t just fall apart, or that the arm wouldn’t work for crap. not so. it was rather awkward screwing the hinge into the lid, since you have to hold the wood piece level to the hinge while ALSO screwing down into it. would be best to have another person hold it for you while you screw or vice versa i reckon, but i did it myself, and even without the arm the hinge was surprisingly sturdy. after installing the arm, i was amazed for some reason that it worked so well. don’t judge, there are many sorts of functional items for which my success at assembly remains a novel and pleasant surprise ok.- fortunately for me the big gouge UPS caused happened to be on the inside face of the panel, and you literally cannot detect it at all in any way unless you were to shove your hand into the dark cabinet and try to find it blindly with your fingers.- the sliding doors worked out fabulously, they’re easy to install, and are a godsend when outward swinging doors will just not work due to the narrow space of entry and passage outside the console. my one gripe might be that because both doors have significantly protruding handles (though i love the gold finish of the hardware, as it actually unites the look of this piece with our other furniture) you cannot fully overlap one door over the other. it’s whatever.- turns out the turntable shelf (under the hinge lid) is just the right size for roommate’s audio technica LP60. i can understand other people’s complaints about the positioning of the wire access holes and the tightness of the space not allowing for cables around the turntable. i can’t speak to those difficulties presently as roommate somehow has this turntable yet no speakers. so obviously i haven’t plugged anything in just yet.- easily fit all 50 or 60 records with room to spare.- love the adjustable shelves. lots of extra storage space for cables, speakers, CDs and the like.- personally i love having one half of the top of the console available for decoration and the other an active entry to the turntable. it’s just so convenient and looks very classy.all in all i’m quite happy with this furniture piece. i want to say i feel like it’s a bit overpriced but once i had the pieces in hand, i’ll admit i was decently impressed by the quality of the materials. nonetheless it took me months (and a huge discount arising) for me to take the plunge, but there are very few options on the market for an affordable furniture piece with shelf dimensions that accommodate ~12″ LPs for some god forsaken reason. in fact i was super close to just buying some horrible home and gardens cube shelf and nailing some legs into it and calling it a day if not for the discount on this matte black version of the crosley console, and the home and garden cube shelf going out of stock for the forseeable future. this looks much nicer of course and took way less effort and time than figuring out a DIY amalgamation of random parts.
Stylish Cabinet, Minor IssuesOverall, this is a nice cabinet and I’m happy with my purchase. It’s very stylish and looks great.Storage: It has great space for storage. I currently have records on one side, and liquor on the other. It is a little tight depth-wise for my Audio Technica ATLP60X on the turntable shelf – not much extra space for the cord to fit into the back, but it does fit.Assembly: Fairly easy to assemble. I was able to do most of it myself, but a second set of hands is needed to attach the hinged lid portion.Quality: There are a couple minor issues. I don’t love that the space between the lid with hinges and the rest of the top is uneven and leaves a weird gap (see photo). Also, one of the nuts to tighten down the record dividers was poorly manufactured and fell right off so I’ll have to go out and buy a new one. Cheap fix, but shame there were no extras included.
Beautiful Media CabinetMy cabinet actually came in with a chipped lid, but the seller made it right straight away and sent me a new lid at my request. Unfortunately, I noticed a small surface scratch on my replacement, but it’s nothing extreme. Just be sure to note that you’re buying at your own risk with Amazon furniture, but this seller is very communicative and will accommodate any issues with your order.I love this cabinet! It’s exactly what I was looking for to start and store my vinyl collection. I don’t think this is solid wood like many in the reviews are staying so, because the chip I had on the original lid piece looked like particle board or something with the way it was breaking apart.The color is rich and the entire build is sturdy. I built it on my own in 3 hours but if you can grab help, I think it’ll go by much quicker.**PLEASE NOTE: Don’t make the same mistake I did! The way you install the top track for the sliding door matters! The letter should be facing away from you, out of view after installing or you’ll have to loosen it all up again (I was exhausted!)
Great console, minus the gapIt took a while to assemble this console, a few hrs. But once together it looks great, especially for the price. Only issue is the left door won’t shut completely, leaving a gap in the upper-left. I noticed others mentioning this issue, as well. Not a dealbreaker but disappointing, nonetheless.
Looks goodCame chipped but went together really nice. Over all a great audio cabinet.
Quality Piece of Furniture at a Reasonable PriceI purchased the Crosley Furniture Everett Media Console in Acorn. It arrived on time in a well packed flat box.Assembly was easy and the console was exactly as described. It took me just under one hour to complete the assembly. I am using it for a small printer and a Crosley retro turntable. Both fit perfectly. There are predrilled holes (one on each side) of the console. Don’t expect the quality to be on par with a $1,000 Media Console, however for the price it exceeded my expectations. I had to contact the seller with a minor question and they were very prompt and exceedingly courteous. I am 100% satisfied with my purchase.
Best assembly instructions I’ve every received with a product! Thanks!Best assembly instructions I’ve every received with a product! Plain simple written with good illustrations. All Needed hardware came with shipment and was well protected and marked on a sheet of cardboard and shrink wrapped. Very organized.Product was packaged very well and well protected. Thanks!
Daan M –
As advertisedIt was fairly easy to assemble, with all pieces clearly labeled. Construction quality of the screws is very low but you get enough spares to make it work. Once assembled, the piece is nice and sturdy.
Nice modern cabinet to store recordsArrived earlier than expected and was packaged well. Was intimidated by all the pieces and hardware when I opened box. Instruction booklet and hardware packaging made it easy. It took me 1.75 hours to put together. Only issue was the included wrench has sharp edges so when used to screw on bolts it scratched the surface. Scratch piece was underneath cabinet so not a big deal.Overall happy with piece and love the modern look.
Maura M –
beautiful cabinetLove this! This is a beautiful cabinet for records and record player. I got the wood look and it was much better looking than I expected. My turntable fits in with the lid when turned to the side. It was not that hard to assemble (instructions are acceptable), but it took a little while. One person can probably do most of the assembly, but the lid/hinges need 2.