Grand Piano Bookshelf
What do you call a grand piano with no legs or innards? How about a distinctive wall-mounted shelving unit! Books, candles, family photos, and even a lamp populate the shelves of this unique city apartment creation. You'll definitely want to make sure you've got this baby mounted to the studs!
A Real Piano Bar
Piano Key Chandelier
If you’re considering recycling a piano and think you will need to remove the keys, don’t toss them in the trash! Instead, use them to create a chandelier. This peculiar pendant is guaranteed to be a conversation starter, whether it's suspended over a dining room table or illuminating a music room.
Here’s a way to keep an heirloom family piano in your home and use it every day—as a computer desk. Elevate and secure the top of an upright piano to make way for a flat screen computer monitor and peripherals. A sheet of clear acrylic on the keys maintains the integrity and supports a modern keyboard.
Piano Hall Shelf
Piano Lid Coffee Table
Who says a workbench can't be classy? With its inner-workings removed, this aged upright was fitted with an easy-to-install fluorescent light and a piece of pegboard to become a useful and stylish DIY workspace. The accompanying piano bench is ideal for storing your favorite how-to magazines and manuals!
The stately polish of a piano is perfect for any formal setting, so why not repurpose an old piano into a headboard for a traditional-style bedroom? This one plays up the rich wood tones and intricate carvings of an antique upright and puts them to good, albeit nonmusical, use, ideal for a guest bedroom in a traditional or historic home.
Outdoor Piano Fountain
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