Piano Keys Wall Art

January 16th, 2015 in member junk     
Junkernier Junkernier, member
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These keys are from an antique piano that sat in my parent's house. It literally fell off a truck and was so damaged, it was heading for the dump. I managed to get hold of a bunch of parts before hand and this is my fist project. A nice unique piece for a music lover's wall!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, artwork, funky, , whimsical, family room, living room, brown, great room, traditional, music, soul, piano, wall art, keys

Comments (8)

Junkernier writes: I hanen't been on JMS for a little while so I'm just seeing all these wonderful posts! Such nice words.....thank you. Posted: 4:41 am on April 21st
chippingcharm writes: This is such a cool and inspiring idea for something that most people would have tossed out! I love that you created something so sweet and sentimental from something literally heading to the dump. And that is why I chose this for my "Member Feature" for 2015 :)
Awesome job Junkernier!
Laurel Posted: 8:45 am on January 15th
GypsyBarn writes: I kid you not, I have the exact same set up with the keys on my basement right now - thinking I had a brilliant unique new post! You beat me to it hahaha! Was hoping to have a full set of keys... but what on earth is with them changing directions every 20 keys???? What a pain in the rumperoo ha! Love your design!!!!! Posted: 8:35 am on April 4th
Junkernier writes: Thanks so much for the nice comments!! Posted: 1:28 pm on March 19th
JunkArchitect writes: I love your project...so sentimental.

Jim
Posted: 10:31 am on March 19th
CottageElements writes: What a great and sentimental project. Glad you were able to save part of it. Thanks for posting!

Lani Posted: 8:54 pm on March 18th
suewhitney writes: So very clever. I love this. Great work and thanks so much for sharing your gift!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:31 am on March 18th
alicemom writes: That is charming and creative.
Smiles, alice Posted: 7:21 pm on March 15th
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