In 2013, graphic designer Kate Koeppel set out to find a beautiful solution to organize and display her growing vinyl collection. After a lengthy search, she discovered only a few products existed—nearly all of them plastic, ugly, poorly made, or a combination of the three.
As a collector, Kate knows the pleasure of listening to music on vinyl is as much about the analog ritual as it is about the sound quality, art, and experience. Listening to vinyl is a conscious break in the regular, busy pattern of our lives. Our collections are part of our homes, and the practice of playing vinyl is part of our daily routines. Kate knew there had to be a better way to make her collection—and yours—more accessible without sacrificing style. Kate Koeppel Design set out to build a better organizational solution that would be useful in organizing and preserving collections of all sizes and content.
Kate Koeppel Record Dividers
|Vinyl Organization Products
Record dividers are available in two standard sizes and multiple lettering styles to suit every vinyl collection, big or small. Two organization methods are available:
Alphabetical Sets are available as 3, 6 and 26 panel sets.
Genre Sets: Over 90+ options to choose from including genre, decade and experience panels available as 2, 4 or 6 panel sets.
Once you have stuffed your IKEA shelving with records, you probably won’t have a clue where anything is. The classic solution to that is a set of cheap plastic record dividers on which you can scribble the alphabet or music genres, to provide a sense of cataloging. Cheap but messy and definitely tacky. Kate Koeppel is a US-based designer who has launched a collection of restrained, high quality, laser cut wood record dividers as an alternative."
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