Album Art Frame

Where's that Tiffany 12"?

Album Art Frame

Where's that Tiffany 12"?

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put album in the frame

Slip your vinyl into the frame

If you're old enough to remember the good old days of vinyl (and if you're not, shouldn't you be in bed?) you'll know that certain album sleeves are just too good to ignore. Of course for every Dark Side of the Moon there's a Chesney Hawkes' Greatest Hit, but nearly everyone has a few visual masterpieces collecting dust somewhere in the house.

But how do you display these iconic works of art without messing them up, cutting them up or getting glue all over Ronnie Wood's nose? Easy, you buy a few ingenious Album Art Frames.

white version

Also available in white!

Designed to showcase cover art in a stylish and contemporary manner, these smart frames allow you to create original displays using albums from your existing collection. Simply slide your favourite sleeve in the slot at the top of the frame and hang your musical masterpiece on the wall. You don't even have to remove the record inside. So if you ever fancy listening to what you're looking at, you can slide out the disc and get busy with your turntable (assuming you haven't chucked that in the loft as well).

Better still the nifty slot in the top means you can swap sleeves whenever you fancy a change. Which is just as well because music lovers are as fickle as art aficionados; our Shayne Ward 12" was the talk of the office last week but it's recently been replaced by Led Zeppelin IV. One masterpiece for another. Sort of.


Hook the frame on your wall

You've probably forgotten just how impressive some of your album sleeves are. From Revolver and Electric Ladyland to London Calling and Rio. But it doesn't have to be all about the classics; sometimes a piece of cover art can capture a time, a place or an event. After all, music's the soundtrack to your life. That's why Stay Hungry by Twisted Sister is a permanent fixture on our conference room wall (don't ask).

Once you see how amazing your albums look when properly displayed you'll want to fill your walls with Album Art Frames. And so will everyone else, so get ordering. Your records will thank you for it.

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Please Note:
  • To keep your LPs looking great, keep out of direct sunlight.
  • The clear panel is made from acrylic - to clean, wash with a solution of luke warm water with a drop of washing-up liquid and apply with a soft non-abrasive cloth.
  • Approximately 37.5cm (W) x 37.5cm (H) x 3cm (D)

Customer Reviews

Very dissatisfied. The joins on the frames are poor with some gaps appearing; but the black colour hides them a little. The backing is appalling - it's just flimsy corrugated card that moves around forward and back in the frame - it won't last long if you plan to change your albums often. Also the hook attachment is loosely attached to the flimsy card and makes it nearly impossible to align several frames on a wall (it would be much better if the attachment was to a solid backing or to the actual frame). It is more like a £5. 99 product; definitely not between £18 - £22! I think I will have to invest in some new backings and wall attachments (not expensive) but time consuming to cut and fix, and it shouldn't be necessary. I do not recommend these frames - try elsewhere or make your own.
Steve Garrett - 4th November 2011
Firebox says: Hi Steve, we're very sorry to hear that you feel that way about the Album Art Frame. We remind you that we operate a very fair returns policy and that if you're ever dissatisfied with a Firebox order, you can contact us by email at, or by phone on 0800 044 5010.
Is the artwork shown included?
Connor - 2nd October 2011
Firebox says: Sorry Connor, no it's not.
Bought one of these for my brother as a Christmas present. I thought it was so fantastic I bought another for myself. Hotel California now has pride of place on my kitchen wall!
Kelly Hill - 26th May 2011
Just put up my 3 new frames - dead chuffed with them! The thick black frames look really bold and stand out with my favourite artwork inside. Tiny gap between the top of the vinyl cover and the frame but this isn't really too noticeable. Really easy to take out/put in vinyl if you want to change them over. Will probably end up buying more of the these. One note - double vinyl/gatefold vinyl is a real squeeze, probably not recommended.
James - 27th March 2011
Can the vinyl itself be safely put in these frames or does it have to be in its sleeve (I have a special edition coloured, transparent saw-shaped vinyl).
Finn Moore - 11th November 2010
Firebox says: We'd advise keeping it in its sleeve for protection.
I have a question... Will the frame take a double vinyl LP?
Bradley - 7th January 2010
Firebox says: The gap in the Album Art Frame that you slide the Vinyl into is only 9mm wide, so it would be a tight squeeze.