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I would like to be brave enough to paint our piano - maybe night quite so crazy as this one though!

This piano must play colorful music! Might consider this for my older piano someday. or for my piano studio.

PREMIER baby grand piano

Okay I know chalk paint is really in right now but for f*ckin real do not chalk paint over a 12 grand musical instrument

I wish I could actually play a piano outside.

The physical appearance of instruments are just as much an art as the music that comes out of them.I have an upright I feel the same about ~ ☮ ℒℴνℯ ♪

Grand Piano Planter - I don't know if I should laugh or cry, perhaps the birds needed some music

Grand Piano Planter - I don't know if I should laugh or cry, perhaps the birds needed some music

200/366: Painted piano at City Hall | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This is one of over forty brightly painted pianos in public places in Toronto this summer. They are part of the "Play me, I'm yours" art project. Each represents a country which participates in the Pan Am Games.

Im want this is so bad. i mean c'mon, its a freaking blue grand piano!

Cobalt blue grand piano , still not as cool as a blue french horn ;

Music Notes Clip Art Free | Found on zulily.com

Music theme graphics & text for above piano. Could even do removable vinyl labels for piano keys (black on white keys, white on black keys)

Every house looks better with a piano, including a dollhouse! This is a {beautifully embellished} mini piano made just for mini homes | Grand Piano made by Ken

Embellished Bespaq Grand Piano, applied decals and hand painted accents scale

Jean Goermans (Dutch, active France, Gelden, The Netherlands 1703–1777 Paris). Harpsichord converted to a piano, 1754. Chordophone-Zither-struck-piano. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1944 (44.157.8a-e). #MetMusic

*Harpsichord converted to a piano Jean Goermans (French, 1703 - Date: 1754 Geography: Paris, France