HRDL The Vinyl Table

Jun 28, 2018

Category: Living

Stian Herdal, a talented designer and photographer, started a small Norway company called HRDL back in 2015 with the intention of creating mid-century modern inspired pieces. Fast-forward to present day and Herdal is still creating pieces of furniture that are works of art. One of his pieces that caught our attention is a record player cabinet simply named The Vinyl Table.

Crafted from Valchormat and oak, complementing the stunning tambour door, this beautiful table ties the room together nicely. It has plentiful space for amplifiers, cable management and about 200 of your favorite records. If you make your way to the HRDL site, you’ll find that this finely crafted vinyl table is not in stock at all, as it is made whenever you order it. You can even request customizations to personalize your vinyl table, but be sure to shoot an email to Herdal with your requests before you place the order. The table is built with your choice of either spider legs or pencil legs.

Purchase: $2,000

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