Durable, useful, and damn stylish.
KOEPPEL DESIGN makes minimal products for the home, designed for audiophiles and music lovers. We make handcrafted wood record dividers, crates and products for organizing, protecting and displaying vinyl and analog media.
We know that a well-organized collection is more likely to be a well-used one. As collectors, we know 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. Regardless of how you like to organize your media, we want to help you organize and display your collection, so you can spend less time searching and more time enjoying the music you love.
We believe in design that simplifies, value craftsmanship and practice responsible production methods. We work with California-based suppliers to produce this collection. Our products are available online and in select retailers in the US and Europe. Koeppel Design products are designed and manufactured by a team of organization-obsessed craftswomen in San Francisco, CA.
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
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.
Kate knew there had to be a better way to make her collection—and yours—more accessible without sacrificing style. Koeppel Design set out to build a better organizational solution that would be useful in organizing and preserving collections of all sizes and content.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Koeppel (pronounced Kep-ul) Design is a graphic design and product design studio in San Francisco, California founded by designer Kate Koeppel. Kate’s hands-on approach to design is guided by a philosophy that embraces playfulness with purpose. Kate's work has been featured in Dwell, Design*Sponge, Glamour Magazine, San Francisco Magazine and Wired, as well as other online and print publications. Kate received an MFA in Design from California College of the Arts. She really loves organizing things.