51 Piano Room Ideas With Tips And Inspiration To Help You Design Yours

51 Piano Room Ideas With Tips And Inspiration To Help You Design Yours

From serious musicians to those who casually tickle the ivories, all can enjoy the captivating elegance of a piano room. A piano not only makes beautiful music but creates a stunning showpiece in a home, which sparks a special look of luxury and an air of culture. This collection of 51 piano room ideas is filled with glorious inspiration to cover just about every taste and interior design aesthetic. We’ve collected together a plethora of modern piano rooms and some with a traditional touch, mid-century modern and eclectic music rooms, rustic and boho style rooms, and serene minimalist music rooms that leave all focus on the melody.

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A 220-Square-Foot Studio Is Compact But Quirky, with a Beautiful Tile Fireplace

A 220-Square-Foot Studio Is Compact But Quirky, with a Beautiful Tile Fireplace

Name: Monica Carroll
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Type of home: Apartment
Size: 220 square feet
Years lived in: 1.5 years, renting

Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: It’s just me — thank goodness, sharing 220 square feet with someone else during the pandemic would have been… tough. I work in marketing, but at night I am a stand-up comedian in Boston, and I peruse design on the internet every chance I get!

As a comedian I often find myself tempering what I wear on stage in order to not seem too outlandish, so I get to have a little more fun with the design of my home space. I try to have fun with the decor; I really don’t feel the need to be too serious.

What is your favorite room and why? Wellllll it is only one room, so I guess my favorite part is the fireplace. Those tiles were painted over with white paint when I moved in, and I spent a whole day scraping paint off to reveal the pattern underneath.

So happy my gut was right. I ended up using those colors to help pick the color I ended up with on the walls (which were also painted the same renter special off-white).

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Colorful, quirky, compact, maximal, vintage

Any advice for creating a home you love? Follow your gut! Don’t worry too much about “matching” or worrying if it “goes together.” If you love everything you have, it is easy to find a way to make it all work together.

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A 275-Square-Foot Studio Has the Cutest Little Mini Kitchenette

A 275-Square-Foot Studio Has the Cutest Little Mini Kitchenette

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Name: Marie-Helene Cote
Location: Quebec City, Canada
Type of home: Studio
Size: 275 square feet
Years lived in: 3.5 years

Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: It is a complex of five units. It is 100 years old. It is classified as heritage because it is situated in the fortified Old Quebec. The location and the architecture of the building are prime real estate. My unit is the smallest of them all. As far as I am concerned, it is my little haven in the city because my primary house is in a small village of 1,000 locals.

I like white walls. I do not see myself as having a particular genre. I fall in love with a piece, whether it’s furniture, an accessory, or art, and that is it (if I can afford it of course). I realized that I have a particular attraction to Danish design, but who does not?

I like pottery. Melissa Fillion/Usine60 is my favorite! My favorite painters are Louise Lauzon and Kim Veilleux. I would like to say that I am also attracted by minimalism… but I will never achieve it. I get distracted easily, so to me, it is very important to keep things tidy to avoid endless search, but minimalism is a bit extreme. But one never knows!

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Paris, meet your French-Canadian sibling.

What is your favorite room and why? Living in 275 square feet, the choice is narrow. However, I will say my kitchenette (if it qualifies as a room). Why? Because of the challenge it represented when I rented this place. I don’t eat meat. I knew not having a range was not an issue.

However, I like to cook and was able to get everything I need to. I believe I have achieved balance between practicality and aesthetic. To me, it is a quirky space, and it reminds me of tiny kitchens I have seen in Europe.

What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? Dinnerware from Ladelle. Clay colour and irregular shape is a modern twist on artisanal.

Any advice for creating a home you love? First, you need to establish what you need and NOT desire. Make a list before you started apartment hunting. For me, I did not want to have to shovel snow in the winter. Size was also important, as was price. Once you find something you like, do not be afraid to negotiate with your landlord. If you have particular manual abilities, it might help lower the price of the rent. In my case, I did a drawing of what I wanted to accomplish in the studio and showed it to the owners and requested them to pay for the materials I needed, and they agreed. They were so impressed with the end result that all my subsequent requests were always granted. (Be reasonable.)

Also, do not buy furniture that only will fit in the current apartment. It is a bad investment. Wait for the right pieces to come along. Be mindful of the material you will use to decorate so as not to damage the property; treat it as your own. In most apartments, storage is a problem. Use as much furniture with storage as possible. Same thing for your accessories — they should have a dual function. Be creative with what you already own. It will procure you immense satisfaction, an original piece, save you a ton of money, and yes, it’s so much better for the planet.

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A Retired Mom Built a 400-Square-Foot Studio in a Basement… and It’s Great

A Retired Mom Built a 400-Square-Foot Studio in a Basement… and It’s Great

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Name: Karen Johnson; my son and son-in-law live in separate area of home
Location: Briarcliffe Neighborhood — Atlanta, Georgia
Type of home: Studio apartment in my son’s home
Size: 400 square foot
Years lived in: 2 years, owned

Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: I am a retired single woman. I recently moved back to Atlanta after living in the Dominican Republic for 15 years. Feeling unsure where to locate I decided to add an apartment in my son’s unfinished basement. I added an open living space, a spacious bathroom, and a laundry room with plenty of storage. I had no furniture and only two pieces of artwork to start my project. It has been a perfect place to live and downsizing is so freeing.

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Boho, inviting, colorful, chic

What is your favorite room and why? All items were selected with love and care so I am enjoying it all.

Any advice for creating a home you love? Use only furniture and accessories you love. Change furniture and accessories to different rooms. Always white towels. And when you can, always add a pop of color. No clutter!

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