A piano is a luxurious musical instrument and you may use it for home decor even if no one is playing it because it immediately brings chic and elegance. How to incorporate it into your home decor and how to style it right? Here are some ideas to do that.
The first thing you can do with your piano to turn it into a bold decor piece is painting. Choose any bright color that you like: emerald, sunny yellow, red, blue, turquoise, orange, burgundy, purple or any other. Don’t forget to paint the bench, too, and maybe also re-upholster it if necessary. This way your piano will make a bold color statement in your space and definitely won’t be unnoticed.
a yellow piano with a faux fur stool and faux blooms attached to the wall for a feminine feeling
paint your piano some cool color, like mint here, and display some colorful glassware and lamps
if your interior is neutral or subtle, paint your piano blush or other pastel tone to match the space
an egg blue piano and a bold contrasting floral artwork will add color and interest to the nook
a grass green piano and a bold chevron artwork right on the wall to add color and interest to the space
a bright yellow piano and a colorful stool, a framed mirror and a display of vintage clocks on the piano
an emerald piano and stool, a chalkboard for making notes and other musical instruments for a music-loving person
A piano can be used for displaying various items: figurines, artworks, photos, potted plants, lamps and various accessories. You may place everything you want right on the piano or hang some things over it, for example, create a gallery wall with photos, signs, artworks and pics. You may also combine to ideas in one: paint your piano in a super bold shade and create a display according to the season, holiday or any other that you like. It’s a bright idea to add eye-catchiness to your space.
a bright emerald piano and stool and a display of family pics over the piano
a fall display with frames, fake pumpkins, fallfoliage and wood strip bowls on the piano
a gallery wall with signs, photos, artworks in various colors over the piano for a cool and chic look
a neon green piano and a faux fur stool a gallery wall with bright artworks and photos
a piano with a chair and a display of cacti, succulents and other greenery - make your piano double as a plant stand
a rustic piano and a stool, an evergreen runner, potted greenery and an artwork placed on the piano
a spring bulb and bloom display on the piano, a large artwork for a spring display
a sunny yellow piano and a matching stool, a gallery wall over the piano with various signs and art
a turquoise piano with a photo bunting and a vintage display of various figurines, frames and other items
a vintage piano in taupe and a mtching stool, some bottles, a metal jug with blooms and some notepaper as an artwork
If you don’t need a piano as it is or don’t have space for it, repurpose the item or its bench into some different furniture piece that you need. you can make a bench, a console, a home bar, a storage item, a desk and many other things you really need out of an old piano. Get inspired and get crafty!
a bright blue piano, a potted plant, a lamp, a stack of books and a bold succulent artwork for a touch of color and interest
a vintage piano part turned into a refined and chic planter, which is ideal for a spring interior
an amazing and bold storage piece made of an old piano is a chic idea to spruce up any space
turn an antique piano into an amazing vintage desk, display various vintage items here and there to create an ambience
Wurlitzer piano with beautiful legs repurposed into a creative and chic console for an entryway