The HRDL Vinyl Table Proudly Puts Your Collection On Display

07.13.18 | By
The HRDL Vinyl Table Proudly Puts Your Collection On Display

The Vinyl Table is the handsome handmade creation of part-time furniture designer and professional commercial photographer, Stian Herdal (aka HRDL) – an organic midcentury-inspired, splayed leg turntable stand and storage solution recognizing the one thing vinyl collectors nearly enjoy as much as listening to their records is displaying them.

Made to order using oak and Valchromat (a wood moisture resistant wood fiber panel engineered for higher durability than traditional MDF and individually impregnated fibers using organic dyes for consistent color throughout its thickness), the table’s two-tone design highlights its two most distinguishing features: the sliding tambour door designed to hideaway an amplifier and any cords and cables out of sight, and two rows of storage + display affording space for up to 200 LPs and 45s to comb through when the mood for music strikes.

Herdal’s affinity for vinyl extends to two additional designs, the 30-record Vinyl Stand and the “little brother” Vinyl Stand, Single. All three represent the impressive efforts of a particularly one-man operation crafting custom-made pieces, with skills on full display over at Herdal’s Instagram Stories revealing an impressively outfitted woodworking shop.

The HRDL Vinyl Table can be customized by request, and is available with a 6-8 week lead time, starting at $1,755 with pencil legs or $1,855 with the spider leg option.

Gregory Han is a Senior Editor at Design Milk. A Los Angeles native with a profound love and curiosity for design, hiking, tide pools, and road trips, a selection of his adventures and musings can be found at