30. July 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Here’s an interesting and practical concept that we’ve just come across and I’m sure will be a bit of a Horizontal_Futura__fanboon for vinyl collectors wanting to keep track of their valuable records. Basically these simple but clever dividers are a collection of typographic laser cut wood panels for alphabetizing and organizing vinyl records as well as books and other media.

Each set of durable laser-engraved wood dividers is handcrafted in San Francisco by Kate Koeppel Design and a team of craftswomen (and men). The collection includes styles for 12″ and 7″ records, stored vertically or horizontally with the 7″ sets being suitable for organizing books and other media on bookshelves. The collection starts at $150 rising to $410.

Speaking to Kate about the dividers she said “Initially we set out to find a beautiful solution to organize our growing vinyl record collection. After a lengthy search, we discovered only a few products existed – nearly all of them plastic, ugly, poorly made, or a combination of all three. In the summer of 2013, I set out to build a better organizational solution that would be both useful and aesthetically pleasing”.


Sponsorship button

Read More Posts Like This

  • Vinyl Resurgence Continues

    Audiophiles never really doubted the validity of vinyl but it seems that the resurgence of vinyl is continuing at a pace with vinyl albums experiencing their most significant sales figures in almost twenty years. The figures are pretty impressive with more vinyl albums being sold in the first three quarters of 2014 than were sold in the whole of 2013.…

  • Get down to Hifi Lounge later this month to celebrate all things vinyl with Rega. From 10am on November 23rd you can hear the new Rega Aethos amplifier and the Planar 10 turntable. There will be a record sale on the day, plus bring your own to play. For details and links for this and loads of other Hifi Events all…

  • Meridian Media Core 200

    Meridian Audio has announced that its Media Core 200 Digital Media System now offers extra storage capacity and improved audio performance. In combination with Meridian’s Core Control App for iPad the Media Core 200 forms a complete, digital media system with sufficient capacity to store entire music collections. Media Core 200 is a compact and virtually silent system that requires…

You must be logged in to leave a reply.