A Real Piano Bar A coat of fresh paint and mirrors add panache to this recycled piano cocktail bar. Display wine bottles or candles up top and outfit the underside of the keyboard with wineglass holders. A glass shelf over the keys provides even more storage, as well as a handy place to rest drinks.
Before & After: A Craigslist Piano With A Surprise Inside
Piano bar...fabulous idea. I have my mom's upright grand piano just like this one (her parent's bought it for her as a child). It makes me have wonderful memories of my childhood and I don't want to get rid of it, but I have a hard time finding a place it "matches" in my house. Love this idea!
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Tom Lehrer, an American singer-songwriter popular in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, is credited with many of the catchy little ditties on one of my favorite TV shows as a child, “The Electric Company.”His song “Silent E” was a smash hit on the spelling bee circuit. He once said, “Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.”We receive many generous donations of pianos at the ReStore, but since I can’t play, I turned ours into a bar, and in Lehrer’s…