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Because We All Need A Cassette Coffee Table!




When you think coffee table and music, generally you think about a large hardcover book about some legendary band that you ostensibly left on your coffee table, but this website gives you a totally different perspective. TAYBLE is run by three young entrepreneurs ‘who set out to make a product that would not only be a functional piece of furniture, but also a nostalgic piece of art. Influenced by homemade mixtapes, pop-art and modern design TAYBLE caters to musicians, artists and the young at heart’.

And they build these amazing cassette coffee tables! Made with birch hardwood and ‘a vinyl label that is sealed and protected with a clear epoxy coating’, these tables look super realistic and the perfect gift for all the music nostalgic in the world! They have these two stainless steel cup holders in the middle, adding at the same time some realistic and practical aspects to the cassette table, and there is even a very large storage space for remotes and magazines below the table ‘while amping up the nostalgic look of the cassette tape’; plus you can choose between ‘carbon steel pin legs or sled legs’.

Taylon, one of the entrepreneur, had a dream: ‘As a kid, I grew up with a tape player in my car listening to Dad’s old cassettes like Rolling Stones and Cheap Trick’… so he decided to work on his coffee table in his apartment, but he ‘would often work late at night, and would worry about my tenants complaining about noise’. Despite the neighbors, he got very happy with the result, and collaborated with his brother Zach to design the final TAYBLE. I totally like the whole thing, the DIY business and the cool look! Admit it, you don’t need a coffee table at the moment, but now you desperately want one! Furthermore, they offer custom options to fit your personal décor, so that you can choose ‘from different stains, colors, labels, graphics and legs’… it just will cost you between $1,499 and $1,799, a bargain for a unique cassette table.


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