Here at Coolector we’ve got our own tastes when it comes to design and, so far as furniture is concerned, minimalist and functional are usually are two main requirements. It is for this reason, then, that the rather excellent looking Korgis Record Bookshelf has come to our attention and left us both thoroughly impressed and wanting one desperately.
Form & Function Combine
The Korgis Record Bookshelf is, as the name admirably pertains to, designed with those with an affinity for vinyl records in mind and serves as the ideal storage unit for your collection and other important bits and pieces that you typically want to have on show.
Boasting a design that is undeniably simple but wonderfully versatile and aesthetically superior, the Korgis Record Bookshelf is the creation of talented craftsman, Mitz Takahashi, who has been responsible for some mighty impressive pieces of furniture in his time and, in our opinion at Coolector HQ, this is one of his finest.
There is a noticeable vintage vibe to Takahashi’s creation and if that’s the look you’re going for in your own home – one of understated and effortless cool – then this will unquestionably fit in with that aesthetic fantastically well.
Made from the eye-catching combo of walnut wood and brass legs, the Korgis Record Bookshelf screams old school cool and this will only be amplified when you begin to amass your collection of vinyl upon it. The craftsmanship that has gone into the piece, which are made to order, is second to none and you’ll not be disappointed when you see the attention to detail that has gone into its creation.
To Customise or Not to Customise
Another impressive feature you’ll find with the Korgis Record Bookshelf is the fact that you are able to customise it to your own particular requirements – be these space requirements or those more of a stylistic nature.
You can add or remove drawers and shelving units to best fit in with the type of items that you’re looking to store on the unit and also to ensure it fits in with the look and feel of the other furniture in the room. It is the minimalist look that immediately appealed to us at The Coolector but it is the fantastically retro visuals and immense versatility that will make it a mainstay of your furniture for years to come.
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