Saturday night I went to the best dinner in someone's home who had a Steinway Piano that played amazing music all by itself! It was heaven. Designing a room around a piano is hard and they did it perfectly! So How do you do it without it looking like an eyesore — see below!
1. Shove it in a corner - That always works
2.Position it next to a major piece of art .
Daryl Carter's DC Town House Via Elle Decor Photo Simon Upton
3. Surround it with furniture to make it blend
I know this is my 1,000 time using this image but it works for everything! Deborah Needleman's living room
4. Use it as a room Divider between the Living room Dining room
By Tom Kundig
5 Put it in front of a bookcase - it becomes invisible. Via The Telegraph
Electric piano built into a table Via Here
DON'T EVER over-accessorize your piano - EEEEWWWWW! This person thought they were hiding and ugly piano but they actually made it uglier.