Piano Bar

June 27th, 2012 in member junk     
SweetMelissa SweetMelissa, member
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The piano had to be completely dismantled and reinvented.
The inside comes complete with a small cupboard for storage and a work area.  Also, a hanging bottle/stemware holder.

A new twist on the traditional "piano bar"...this is/was an actual upright piano, great in it's day, I'm sure.  To remove the piano from it's prior home it had to be completely dismantled, but this left me with wonderful pieces of wood to work with and reinvent!  


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, funky, fun, historical, bar, antique, piano, reinvent

Comments (16)

irishrovr writes:
You did a really great job with some nice looking wood!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 10:31 pm on March 31st
junkermidge writes: Incredible job on this! Brilliant idea and beautiful execution. Way to go!
Midge Posted: 9:12 pm on March 9th
GroovyGreenDesigns writes: Now that is a recylcled master piece. Fantastic! Posted: 7:24 am on March 7th
csudderth writes: OMG--this looks like a tremendous undertaking but you did a great job.
Christy Posted: 9:41 pm on March 6th
gilswife writes: I love that,,very cool!!! ....Donna Posted: 9:30 pm on March 5th
georgiamoon writes: Wow. This gives new meaning to "Play it Again Sam"... what a fantastic transformation and a great idea. Looks like you worked really hard but it paid of...big time! Geo Posted: 5:46 pm on March 5th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: This is one of the coolest bars I've seen! Way to go! I am amazed at what you went through to get the end result. Unbelievable.
Candy Posted: 1:02 pm on March 5th
suewhitney writes: Ah,hahahaha! Sing me a song. LOVE this idea and you did an ab fab job putting it all together. Way to go!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:57 am on March 5th
shabbychick writes: Very cool bar you reinvented from that piano! It's so unique and so functional!

Great job, Kathy Posted: 9:15 am on March 5th
JunkArchitect writes: That was a fairly complicated project and you did an incredible job!

Jim Posted: 11:26 pm on March 4th
CottageElements writes: Missy, this project was right on key! Very ingenious!

Lani Posted: 10:24 pm on March 4th
MimiToria writes: Missy this is truly a one of a kind project. You did a beautiful job on this piano turned bar and the men of the house should be given extra helpings of food to compensate for their hard work. LOL I've never heard of a make over for an upright piano before, so this was a fun post to view.
Thanks for sharing!
Gretchen Posted: 1:50 pm on March 4th
NDJunkGirl writes: This is just exceptional! The before and after photos speak for themselves. You did a GREAT job, junk sister! Andrea Posted: 10:36 am on March 4th
junkfestgirl writes: I think you should have kept this one for yourself!! This is the best example of repurposing I've seen! It's beautiful. Posted: 9:22 am on March 4th
retroscavengergirl writes: This project looks great--but make sure a pro handles removing the metal harp inside. Never try to cut a harp with a saw...the harps are under tremendous pressure from the strings and if it is cracked or damaged it could easily act like a giant mousetrap and kill you!! Posted: 9:18 am on March 4th
snowyowl writes: Wow - really excellent idea!! Great use of old piano shell. Great conversation piece too - really nice. Posted: 8:41 am on March 4th
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