Steven Kent Johnson
Even those who do not know how to play the piano (despite many years of lessons) can experience the beauty of the instrument both acoustically and aesthetically. Whether you’ve inherited a grand piano from your family for generations, or if someone you live with is playing the piano, think of it as lucky. It’s a nice focus in terms of design and encourages gatherings.Pianos are a classic beauty, whether in a modern living room or in the front door, regardless of background, but that’s not always the case. Simple decorate. If you need designer guidance and inspiration to find the best way to style your piano, consider the room in front of the blueprint.
Is there a better way to make a grand entrance than a grand piano? Designed by Dallas-based decorator Jean Liu, the glossy black piano creates a stately formal atmosphere, with bright flooring, modern glass elements and worn leather. We guarantee your welcome.
Throwing sheepskin on a piano bench speaks to the more casual and contemporary elements of Jason Home’s Devin Kirk throughout this living room, including rice paper pendants and rugs.
Surrounded by playfulness
Pink walls and sloping artwork, swirling sconces, geometric cobalt lamps, maroon gorgeous rugs, and playful yellow stools all claim a cute and playful tone in the living room with Reath Design. And gives the classical piano a contemporary feel.
Stick to tradition with gold leaf features, skirted tables and antiques. Nina Nashlong painted the wooden floor with a black-and-white pattern to give it the feel of an old-fashioned parlor. Graphic touch makes a really black piano pop in a pale mossy green background. “I think the realization of traditional rights is to create a foundation with high quality furniture, and then to create fun patterns and accessories,” says Nash Long.
Streamlined furniture, simplified modern lighting, and bold, abstract artwork laid the foundation for the timeless beauty of Josh Green’s gigantic grand piano beyond this living room. ..
Unexpected color story
Coral, gray and brass work together surprisingly well. In particular, combine it with all the warm wooden statement items, from the table to the piano, to create a unique and chic color story in this living room by the Monamecca Pilgrimage.The perfect combination for young people
Dining room greenhouse
Want to put a grand piano in the dining room instead of the living room? Note this lush solarium-meets-dining room designed by Bridget Romanek.
In an eclectic collection
The eclectic gallery walls enliven this living room designed by Emil Dervisch, so even if the piano faces the wall, you still have a great view.
Point the grand piano at the corner by the window. In this living room, the black grand piano holds itself without completely overwhelming the space and is ideally balanced in a formal sitting area.
A white piano is camouflaged on the cream walls of a vibrant family room designed by Novogratzes.
The eclectic chair Mish Mash adds the fun, bohemian feel of this piano corner by Reath Design. There are some matches, but this is not the usual way. If you look closely, you can see a mini chair on the piano that looks like it’s leaning against a wall.
Designed by Regan Baker, this family room features a beautiful brown piano with olive greens, creams and nature-inspired, textured neutrals.
In your own area
If you have a large open floor plan space and want to separate the piano from the living room hangout area, divide the room into zones with a console or sofa table and two separate area rugs. Designed by Tam Shin Johnson, the piano sits between the adjoining solarium and living room in this magnificent room. Both feel like their own independent areas, but both enjoy the benefits of a live show.
Accent paint and print
Upholstered plaid benches and deep sea-painted walls complement the formality of the brown piano in Tomlin’s living room in April.
Modern and sophisticated decoration
Task lighting, wall art, and tall folding screens bring the corners of the piano to life in this living room by Frank de Boer. “The piano always has a sculptural quality that makes the room more interesting,” he says.
The home studio can be hidden from the main living room area thanks to the pocket door. Beautiful beige woodwork and paper pendants keep the General Assembly room minimalist yet stylish.
All of the scale
The pitch black accents help Jean Stoffer sharpen the warm neutrals and bright white walls of this airy living room. The high a-frame ceiling is the perfect scale for a dramatic piano moment. On the other hand, the large hanging pendant returns the sitting area to the human scale for comfortable hanging.
Plants and patterns
Properly placed plants always make the room feel more lively, as evidenced in this room by Redmond Aldrich Design. The contemporary printed wallpaper on the chair line is a fun touch.
Designed by Petillau for The Chainsmokers DJ Drutagart, the highlight of this living room is the Yamaha Piano. Behind the scenes, she created a custom shelf for creative display of prizes, instruments and souvenirs from the tour.
High glamor material
Reflective brass, natural stone and dark stained glass wood all accentuate the beautiful grandeur beyond this Nicole Hollis-designed living room.
The bay window creates the perfect little piano playing corner in this Boston Brownstone designed by Jeju. This frees up the remaining available space in the room for a cozy fireside chat.
The General Assembly insists on a white piano in a pure white living room. It’s simple, clean, and even a little bold. We love it with these bare beams and dilapidated hardwood floors.
Rule of asymmetry
The two-armed, sculptural wall-mounted candlestick takes the modern, asymmetrical gallery wall one step further at this Frampton entrance.
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