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Praise from our customers:
"These are such beautiful gifts for both avid music lovers and dabblers alike. They're original and well-crafted; a perfect example of when it's better to buy personal, artist-made, off-the-high-street goods. Kate was super helpful and friendly. Very much recommended :)" -Rose H.
"The package arrived safe and sound and was put together with such awesome design, from the cool tape on the outside of the box to the brown paper inside wrapping around the record dividers. I bought them as a gift for my boyfriend and he couldn't be happier." - Melissa M.
"LOVE love love all my Koeppel stuff, dividers, crates, so chic and smart!" - Paul R. Creative Director, Glamour Magazine
"My dividers landed this weekend. I have to say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE these things. They are absolutely worth the money and I'm so glad I have them. Ordering was an absolute dream and I highly recommend my fellow music obsessed family pick up some stuff from her shop. You'll dig it!" -Tyr M.
"I love the record bag, it is really high quality and great looking. Delivery was quick and I was kept up to date. Would definitely recommend the bag." - David H.
Wired | 15 Groovy Gift Ideas for the Serious Vinyl Collector
Curbed LA | Gifting Local: 10 California artisans you should support
Glamour Magazine | 59 Gifts People Will Love [December 2016 print issue]
Consequence of Sound's 2016 Holiday Gift Guide | For the Disorganized Record Collector
Uproxx | Essential Gifts for Music Lovers
Stuff | 20 Gadget Gift Ideas for Music Lovers
The Manual | The 5 Best Vinyl Accessories of 2016
The Awesomer | "Handcrafted wooden record dividers that are as enduring as your vinyl record collection"
The Vinyl Factory | The 10 best record bags for taking your vinyl on the road
Curbed Austin | The Best Things We Saw at SXSW Music 2016
Mmminimal | Minimal, modular wood crates for vinyl collections
The Vinyl Factory | This casual record bag is hand made with Japanese Denim
“Though deceptively simple in design, the dividers are beautifully made, and as attractive as they are sturdy—built to stand the test of time.” - The Absolute Sound
"...Let’s call this a proper record bag, an alternative to your fusty old satchel, which marries style and substance, with the added gravitas of being beautifully hand-crafted in San Francisco." - The Vinyl Factory
"The physical endeavor of playing a record is part of its beauty, but no one should have to rummage through an unorganized stack of vinyl. These sleek engraved dividers will streamline the process." - Details
Vinyl Me, Please | The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide 2015
Details | 2015 Gift Guide: The Audiophile
Time Out New York | Great Unique Gifts for men, women, kids and family
Tone Audio | Tone Style, The Record Tote (Read the full issue here)
Analog Planet | Kate Koeppel Design Introduces "The Record Tote"
RedOrbit | The Ultimate Vinyl Lovers Gift Guide
San Francisco Chronicle | What still thrives in the digital age?
Walter Magazine | Reinvent the Music Experience
News Ledge | Vinyl Records, Typography and Serious Style
Digital Trends | Organize your Expanding Vinyl Collection with These Stylish Wood Dividers
Under Consideration | For Print Only | Kate Koeppel Custom Packing Tape
Design Milk | Kate Koeppel Will Get all of Your Media Organized
Core77 | Organizing Tools for Vinyl Fans and Book Lovers
BuzzFeed | 31 Insanely Clever Products to Organize your Whole Life
The Vinyl Factory | How to Store Your Record Collection in 8 Easy Steps
Hi-Fi Choice | Hi-Fi Choice Award Winner January 2015
Record Collector Magazine | Divison Belle
"From the second you unpackage the beautifully designed box the dividers come in, you very quickly realise that this is a product of complete and utter beauty." - Hi-fi Choice
"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." - The Vinyl Factory
San Francisco Magazine | Gift Guide 2014: For the Tech Holdout
Pitchfork | Pitchfork Gift Guide 2014
Stuff | Christmas Guide 2014
BuzzFeed | 25 Unique Gifts Music Lovers Will Want To Keep For Themselves
Paste Magazine | 2014 Gift Guide for Music Lovers
The Ear | Hifi Music Gear
mmminimal | Organizing with Style
Design Milk | Alphabetize your Record Collection
Tone Audio | Issue 63, Style (Read the full issue here)
Audiofi | Review
New York Magazine | The Cut
Dwell | Designer Profile
The Dieline | Blog
Graphic Exchange | Mr Cup
Selectism | Design
Under Consideration | For Print Only
"For those who love records but don’t necessarily love organizing them, Kate Koeppel’s typographic dividers offer a handy, elegant solution that allows collectors to sort their wares alphabetically or by genre. The tabs are handmade from laser-cut wood, and though they aren’t cheap, they are very useful, super-durable, and go a long way to making your prized black discs look like a Serious Record Collection." - Pitchfork