There is no shortage of ways for vinyl enthusiasts to display their assortment of records. Whether they prefer to store their LPs in a suitable crate or on a sprawling bookshelf, the choices are endless — as long as they’re left upright, of course. Well, Toneoptic is a company looking to add another layout to the mix, and it’s bound to beautify any collection.
The Toneoptic rpm serves as a fluid blend of impeccable design, formidable functionality, and staunch craftsmanship. Each of these gorgeous storage units is handcrafted in the heart of Los Angeles, and the brand guarantees it cares about the unit’s design as much as anyone else. By way of a simple tug, the display case manages to rotate its interior storage carousel a swift 90-degrees upon opening up, making the collection’s presentation a true event every time it’s time to fire up the turntable.
Measuring in at 17 inches deep, a sliver over 20.5 inches wide, and 19 inches high, the rpm can house anywhere from 60 to 75 of your favorite records. Able to accommodate 12″ LP, 10″ EP, or 7″ single records, the rpm comes equipped with individual dividers for the sake of categorizing your collection. Regardless of whether your preference is to organize each album alphabetically, chronologically, or even by genre, there is a scarcity of more stylish ways to do so than with the rpm.
If you’re a vinyl enthusiast looking to revamp your collection’s aesthetic appeal, then today’s your lucky day. The rpm is currently available for pre-order on Toneoptic’s website, with a white-lacquered aluminum version priced at $3,750 and a solid walnut rendition going for $4,250.