Not too long ago, living rooms were just a place in the house where a sofa, a few curtains, and television are mostly kept. All that is changed today as living room spaces are more diverse and now divided into separate but functional sections and their spaces occupied with different furniture’s or equipment like a piano.
Fitting a piano in your living room is a show of your personal style but it can be very demanding nonetheless.
There are so many ways to include a modern piano to your living room. If you are from Miami, here are some classy pianos for sale in Miami you may love to have a look.
Include it in your library section
In the past, libraries were either not a part of a house or they are rooms relegated to the attic. Today you can have your library in your living room and interestingly, you can include your piano design when planning your library. All you need to do is to determine the color, the shape and the size of the piano you want to use and infuse it in your plan for your dream living room.
Combine it with art
There is one unspoken rule about including or adding piano to your living room: do it right or don’t do it at all. If you are on the lookout for modern piano ideas to include into your living room design, try situating your piano in a place where you add some artwork to give it a superlative effect.
When you have very little space, put up a few wall hangings or sculpting to bring out the beauty of the piano and of course your living room.
Make it the center of attraction
If you possess a neon green or azure blue piano and you are bereft of what to do with them, here is one way to introduce it to your living room for the best of effect.
Bright colors are better in rooms that have a monochrome look or rooms that have boring outlooks.
Therefore bring that ‘flashy’ colored piano to your all white or all black room and watch the room take a new look. Talk about small details making a big difference.
Put it in a music corner
You can create a musical corner in your house even if you are not an artist.
If you are thinking of modern ways to include a piano in your living room, why not get a few guitars on the wall, a few drums to the side and a violin on the wall to spice things up and create a very ‘musical’ environment.
Your friends will like it and you will love it.
Colour, texture, and size matters
Finally, no matter the ideas you come up with, it is important for you to understand that the color of a piano is very important in making your decision.
Bright colors will liven up a dull place and dark colors will tone down a very flashy place. This rule applies to the texture of pianos which are mostly glossy. Find a way to work with the gloss and position this giant instruments in a suitable place…
Talking about size, the dimensions of a piano will also affect its placement and position in the living room. Giant pianos like the Boganyi will do well in large living rooms, while a Sauter piano can fit in smaller spaces.