Vinyl Collection at Sightglass Coffee
Posted on July 03 2018
Late last year we spent some time at Sightglass Coffee, a beautifully designed coffee bar on 20th Street in the Mission to shoot their beautiful space and kick off the launch our Record Totes. Sightglass is our favorite local coffee roaster and they have been longtime supporters and users of our products. Another reason we love Sightglass? They know the beauty and perfection that is the pairing of a good record and a perfect cup of coffee, which is why they play vinyl at several of their locations.
Sightglass has a great selection of vinyl records in a few of their locations around the Bay Area (the SF MOMA location does not play vinyl because they are located inside the museum!) Sightglass Coffee organizes their vinyl collections with our 26 panel engraved A-Z record dividers.
We joined our friend, artist and former record store owner Windy Chien, along with her partner Gary, and their sweet greyhound Shelley Duvall for a morning of coffee and sharing our latest vinyl finds at Sightglass. Windy and Gary are modeling our Japanese denim Record Totes in Electric Blue and Kelp Green. Our totes are made in Oakland, and are available exclusively in our shop. This hardworking bag is made with soft, durable grey Japanese selvedge denim. Sewn by highly skilled sewers, the tote is finished with French seams (that means no messy, unraveling edges or seams). Our totes have a wood base to keep vinyl supported, and fold flat for travel.
Want to check out the Sightglass vinyl collections? The following Sightglass locations play vinyl and use our products:
270 7th Street San Francisco, CA
3014 20th Street San Francisco, CA
All photos for Koeppel Design by Elysa Weitala.