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How to Choose a New Piano to Display in Your House

A piano is an excellent way to add some style to your home. It will add to the interior design. Choosing a piano for your home can be a daunting task. You have decided to go for a piano as a display in your home. That’s an excellent move if you are a music lover.

The sounds of the piano in your home will be so beautiful. When you buy a piano and bring it home, you may have a difficult time incorporating it into your home decor.  You’ll need some creativity to ensure the piano fits into your lifestyle. But one problem is that you cannot decide on the piano to choose.

Here is a look into how to find the best one that will fit your home and musical aspirations.

Space

Before you go shopping for the piano make sure you have the space. Assess the space where you want to place your piano. The size of the room, musical goals, and aesthetics should be the things to consider.  Your wish may be to have a grand piano but you don’t have enough space for it.

If you want a grand piano, you need to be 5 feet high to 10 feet long.  You need to put a lot of consideration into the space that will fit such a piano. However, if you are squeezed for space, you can downsize to a baby grand piano. You can also declutter the space to have more room. Grand pianos will be ideal in a room that will showcase its unique features.

Budget

Piano prices vary depending on the type, quality, and brand.  Your budget should align with the priorities you want in a piano. Have a price range before you go to the store in search of a piano.

Once you have a budget in place, it gives you a clear picture of what to buy. Highly-priced pianos may not always be the best choice. So it’s best to work around your budget. Buying a piano is an investment. The best pianos will cost you an arm and a leg but the experience they bring is far much more than what you’ll pay.  

Portability

Will you be moving your piano from one area of your home to the next? If so, then portability should be a factor you consider. If you’ll be moving after some years of buying the piano, upright equipment is the best choice. It’s easy to move compared to the grand piano. The grand piano is a suitable choice if you will remain in the same location.  

Maintenance

Ongoing maintenance, including tuning,  is another factor to take into consideration when making the purchase. If you go for acoustic pianos be ready for regular maintenance.

A piano can be an excellent addition to your interior decor and will turn any room into an entertainment center. Buying a piano for your home display is not something you just wake up one day and do. You need to have the right budget and space before you head to the store.