From serious musicians to those who casually tickle the ivories, all can enjoy the captivating elegance of a piano room. The piano room is not only a beautiful place to play music, but also a focal point in any home. This creates an atmosphere of luxury and culture. This collection of 51 piano room ideas is filled with glorious inspiration to cover just about every taste and interior design aesthetic. This collection of 16 piano room ideas is filled with glorious inspiration to suit every taste and interior design style.
Visualizer: BUI NI
Upright and upper class. This neoclassical design provides a stunning backdrop for an upright piano. The instrument is elegantly framed by a large section of boiserie panelling. Two modern wall lights provide theatrical illumination.
Designer: WCH Interior
A piano and a pop of colour. An accent chair with brightly colored upholstery is a fun way to counteract the formality of a grand-piano. The chair also provides a comfortable place for the audience to relax. You can see more of this Taiwanese apartment, with its simple layout and vibrant palette here.
Designer: Pivko Architect
This time around, a designer lounge chair continues the sleek black and curved aesthetic of its neighbouring grand piano.
Source: Ana Santos
Let the piano set the tone. The striking firetruck-red grand piano is the focal point of a lavish living area. It inspires a scattering scatter cushions to be placed along a sofa adjacent.
Under arches. Arched architecture is the perfect setting for a piano room. The piano’s curvaceous silhouette is enhanced by the matching arched mirror and matching wall mirror.
Designer: Amy Lau
Mid-century modern music room. A soothing surround is created by muted colors and a mid-century modern design.
Designer: Yes Home Studio
Photographer: Abluebird Photography
Camouflaged creativity. The white upright piano blends seamlessly into an all-white interior without much fanfare. Find more ideas for minimalist white interiors here.
Visualizer: MIC Studio
Honey, I’m home. You can place the love of your heart right at the entrance to your main living area. This will be your first impression on your guests and it will be the first thing they see when you get home.
Balance out black pianos with another large, dark piece of furniture. In a living room, a dark sofa is the best choice. Darkly framed bookcases and black light finishes are also good counterbalancing options.
Designer: Kia Designs
Wonderful music and a window seat. To create a cozy place to listen to music, you can use a variety of blankets and cushions.
Visualizer: Muhammed Fesal
Work hard, play hard. You’ve spent a long day at work, now it’s time for some fun with music and a neon sign.
Designer: Studio Avana
Industrial inspiration. The acoustics of concrete walls and cavernous spaces are quite impressive.
Visualizer: Dmitry Matveev
All about the arts. This minimalist interior design combines wall art with musical art. This landscape painting is a great way to add a touch of color to your interior.
Visualizer: Omar Jamanov
Make the most of small wall spaces by double banking your musical instruments. You can make the space look more spacious by adding a fresh accent colour.
Rip out the coat closet and make better use of that awkward under stair space.
Designer: Kristin Made
Bohemian rhapsody. The boho-chic vibe is evoked by indoor plants, jute rugs, and rattan baskets.
Designer: Valeria Lambrecht
For the minimalist musician. The wall-mounted keyboard has the look of a floating console unit, with a wood slatted finish.
Designer: Megan Grehl
Never upstaged. These small uprights and the matching stool are now the focal point of the room. They have been painted a bright yellow color that makes them stand out.
Designer: HAO Design
Family time and tunes. This living space is unique because it combines family dining with a creative children’s play area and an inviting music zone into one open space. Indoor swing allows you to perch on the floor and dance to the music.
Photographer: Picture Perfect House
Parallel poetry. This creates a dramatic runway from the keys. The protruding partition walls protect the upright piano from the direct sunlight through two windows on the sides. However, the lounge is bright and welcoming.
Visualizer: Between The Walls
Another take on the boho theme, this decorative moment features wall mounted baskets above a modern keyboard.
Designer: dSPACE Studio
Imagine… A John Lennon inspired entryway. Although this is not the piano John Lennon used to compose “Imagine”, it does have some similarities. It was sold to George Michael, a British pop star, for $2.1million via an online auction at London’s Hard Rock Cafe. His estate still owns it.
Designer: Post And Beam Design
Piano loving plants. People believe that indoor plants thrive when classical music is played to them. The sound waves create pleasant vibrations that stimulate plant cells to move and increase nutrient production. This one seems to be flourishing!
Source: Homes To Love
Creative and cosy. A faux fur throw, a cheerful rug, and some plant friends can make a small area of music feel loved and lively.
Designer: Black Lacquer Design
Gold accents and a gallery. You can add a gallery wall with moody black and white photographs and rich accents of gold furniture to your music hobby room.
Visualizer: Trong My
Compose a lullaby. You can create a lullaby in your bedroom.
Visualizer: Ygest Design Studio
Sleek and streamlined. The black background blends the piano with a TV nook to create a sleek, minimalist design.
Visualizer: Idol Design
Peaceful colour palettes and panel moulding. The living area is narrow and connected to a hallway with a piano. The music wall has a classic, clean aesthetic thanks to chic panel moulding.
Designer: Rockefeller Kempel Architects
The traditional touch. The traditional touch is achieved by the dark wood panelling.
Designer: Sam Crawford Architects
Built-in benches and bookcases. This high-ceilinged hobby area features concrete steps that flow into a custom concrete bench. Take a book from the stacks to drift off to the evocative song.
Architect: Gianni Botsford
This writer’s home takes the home library theme a little further… Ok, a lot further. It’s amazing how many hours you could spend in this room.
Designer: Smoothcore Architects
In this home, the music room and home library combo morphs into a sweeping staircase design with book storage in the risers.
Designer: Rachel Belden Interior Design
Candle-lit concerts. A collection of candles can create an atmosphere. It worked for Liberace.
Visualizer: Thai Quang
Highs and lows. Low hanging pendant lights can be distracting. The row of pendants creates an interesting formation between the sofa and the piano. They are suspended from a collection of decorative ceiling roses. The piano is bright and shining all by itself.
Designer: Anton Bazaliyskiy
Photographer: Maxim Maximov
Nestled in a nook. Built-in bookcases are a great way to create a decorative surround for an upright or piano.
Designer: The Wood Works
Grand and grey. The black and moody charcoal grey room decor will make a grand piano look great in a dark, glossy black. You can also use velvet-trimmed window coverings and portrait art.
Visualizer: O&M Design
Music divides opinion, and this piano divides the room.
Visualizer: Pavel Vetrov
Give an old instrument a new lease of life in a modern rustic setting.
Visualizer: Hung Le
Monochrome music room. This modern design features a black-and-white scheme with white piano keys.
Play the classics in a classically decorated setting of oak and warm lamplight.
Designer: Scott | Edwards Architecture
Soulful and centred. It has a stunning view that inspires emotion and allows the mind to dream.
Designer: The Ranch Mine
Creative courtyard. The skylit courtyard keeps your piano from direct sunlight. This will cause a pianist to lose their tune.
Designer: Migdal Arquitectos
If you insist on a lot of windows though, this seamless wraparound option is spectacular. If you have a lot of windows, a thick canopy of trees will provide shade. However, it is important to cover your piano with a thick cover when the sun is strongest.
Designer: Miro Rivera Architects
Your personal concert hall. Clear the floors, place seating and allow people to enter.
Visualizer: Bjarke Ingels Group and Uribe & Schwarzkopf
Layered light show. The stage is set for stardom with a spectacular light installation.
Designer: Eduarda Correa
Open plan overture. Create a creative center in your home so that you can enjoy it from all angles.
Designer: OgataYoshiki + SALT + IkawaAtsushi + WataseIkuma
Scenic sound waves. This wood panelling creates sound waves and manipulates the acoustics.
Designer: Dan Brunn Architecture
A grand piano and a vertical garden fashion a naturally inspiring space for creativity.
Designer: Atelier Barda architecture
Cutting curves. Contrasting curves are created by a black grand piano and rounded furniture pieces against a white background.
Designer: Martin Friedrich Architects
A true reflection of talent. A talented pianist and grand piano will have twice the impact of high gloss floors.
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