It’s officially Christmas time, which means it’s time to go spare trying to work out what gifts to get for the music-loving obsessive in your life. Fear not, however, because I have the perfect suggestion: Tunetables. What are Tunetables, I hear you cry? What we have here are bespoke tables that double as storage units for CDs, tapes or vinyl. Each one is based on the aesthetic of music-equipment flight-cases – you will have seen the sort of thing in countless band-photos. I have to say, the units look amazing. “The Tunetables idea was born,” says inventor and Tunetables head, Rob Chappelhow, “out of a personal desire to have my music collection around me once again.” That’s something we can all appreciate.
If you have a moment, head over to their website and check them out. Yes, you will be paying more than the price of a flat-pack, but then you are getting a whole lot more for your money.
There are a few different ranges to choose from, and each hand-crafted case can even be personalised with your own initials or branding. Products from the Tunetables ‘Classic’ line also come complete with its own unique number detailed on a custom badge, which is a nice touch. Storage numbers range from 100 – 500 for CDs, 30 – 60 for tapes, and 75 for vinyl. As you can see from the photos on their website, these products are as much about display as storage, which is crucial for us collector’s.
Check out Tunetables below: