On Monday I showed you my new PB inspired mirror above my piano:
I mentioned that this piano is getting a makeover!
Yay! I can hardly wait to start this project!
(No, I haven’t started it… yet.)
PS – I’ve already taken down the guitars. I didn’t like them either!
I’ve been collecting links for refinished pianos so I can decide how I want to do mine. Here are a few refinished pianos I’ve seen lately.
I could paint mine RED:
Blue Cricket Design painted hers RED.
My Life… Unplugged. also painted her piano RED.
Or maybe a shade of BLUE:
Crap I’ve Made painted hers TEAL.
Pugmire Studio painted theirs bright blue.
Craft With Me painted hers pale blue.
Design Mom chose a bright green for hers.
All Things Thrifty painted her piano cream:
I could glaze / antique it:
All Things Thrifty then took it a step further and glazed it.
And We Sailed On painted theirs a more rustic look.
Classic Capmbell antiqued hers.
Or stick with basic black:
Mom2jope painted hers shiny BLACK.
A Dash of Parsley gave her piano a black shabby chic look.
I could sand it down and stain it:
Jordan Colburn sanded his down and stained to show the natural wood grain.
If I were in a really crazy mood I could…
The Modern Hive painted her piano with chalkboard paint.
Here’s a fun one:
Here’s one painted like a fireplace!
How do YOU think I should paint my piano??
Here’s mine again:
I’ll let you know how I *think* I’m going to do mine once I hear all your ideas!
Also, these are just some ideas of how I could paint my piano. I’m open to all ideas!
If you’ve blogged about painting your piano, add a link in my comments section! I’d love to see it.