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HRDL Vinyl Table

The HRDL Vinyl Table is ideal for avid record collectors, an all-in-one solution for vinyl record storage and playback. This vintage audio console was imagined by furniture designer Stian Herdal (HRDL) and allows you to display your turntable and display your favorite albums like the art pieces they are. This provides you with easy access to your favorite records, as well as that wonderful feeling of being able to flick through the favorites of your collection. There is also room for an amplifier or a receiver behind a sliding tambour door. The mid-century inspired modern console holds 200 records and has plenty of space for cable management and equipment. The simple, finely-crafted and timeless table is built with your choice of either spider legs or pencil legs.



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MOD BOX

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ELEMENT GRILL | BY FUEGO

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