YOUR PRECIOUS VINYL NEEDS SOME NORWEGIAN WOOD

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by Rob Follis

20th August, 2018

YOUR PRECIOUS VINYL NEEDS SOME NORWEGIAN WOOD

Born in a small garage in Kristiansand, Norway in 2015, HDRL started as a weekend project for designer Stian Herdal who specialises in mid-century modern inspired pieces. It has now become a successful business, his collection of furniture and objects is steadily growing and is now shipping far beyond the Norwegian borders. 

Being based in Melbourne, we, of course, are partial to anything Mid-Century. So out of the range, the object that immediately took our fancy was The Vinyl Table, a lovely 1950's inspired turntable table with a sliding tambour door.

When you have finally acquired a serious turntable and a decent vinyl collection, it's time to throw away the milk crates and the wobbly IKEA shelves. The HDRL Vinyl Table offers an elegant design, hidden storage for electronics and a display bay for 200 records, along with cable management. It's a stunning yet functional way to house your system and display what is probably a small percentage of your vinyl.

The cabinet is made out of black Valchromat (High Density self-coloured board) and oak, with a choice of pencil or spider oak legs. The sliding tambour door is also made of beautifully grained oak featuring a subtle HRDL logo.

Dimensions - 120cm (L), 20cm (H), 45cm (D), Total height: 75cm

This Table is hand-made to order and can be customised on demand. Expected delivery is 6-8 weeks, in addition to shipping and will sells for £1,408 GBP / $1,755 USD / $2400 AUD approx PLUS shipping

GadgetNET Says: It's not cheap, it is lovely and to the right person, worth the money.

For more information visit HDRL.

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Posted in: Audio & Sound Living & Style
Tags: vinyl  furniture  storage  turntable  norway 

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Rob Follis

Rob Follis has been writing about tech on and off for over 40 years, is a designer, photographer, information omnivore, gadget-head, Hi-Fi afficionado, owner of far far too many things and sadly an unsuccessful app developer. A born & bred Londoner now happily living in Melbourne. Email Rob.

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