Thursday, August 12, 2010

Piano Room . . .

Welcome to the piano room!

You may have seen my July 25th post last summer about
this gorgeous piano. If not you can search
the archives to read all about it.

Mary and I found items from all over the house
to spruce up the look.

One of two comfy chairs where you can relax
while listening to music from the piano
or the 'old fashioned' record player.

I've had this chair for 30 years.

The curio cabinet holds my collection
of figurines.

The wedding shelf.

I can't believe I've had this plant for 2 years
and it's still thriving.
The next, and last spaces I'll be showing are the living room & hallway.
I'm excited that Ethan & his buddy, Nathan, are coming today
for a playdate at my house.
Have a terrific Thursday!


Oklahoma Granny said...

Your piano is beautiful. I assume you play? My son took piano for many years. Now, sadly, I don't think he plays much anymore. Their home is much too small for even the smallest of pianos.

Patsy said...

I can just hear the wonderful old gospel music now. Have a fun play day.

Christine said...

The piano room looks lovely. I never learned to play but always wanted to learn.

Becky K. said...

What a gorgeous piano. It is lovely that it has it's own room. Kind of like a conservatory.....
Your plant looks very lovely. I am always thrilled when I keep a plant alive. I don't have Mikey's green thumb at all.

Becky K.

Elena said...

I just love seeing your decorating. It is just beautiful!

Cindy said...

A wedding shelf---how nice. And I love a chair with a high back to rest your head on, close your eyes and let the music take you away. Very nice all around!

Theresa said...

Beautiful piano and comfy chairs to listen to the music! I love the curio cabinet too, I am crazy about some figurines:)

Have a blesse day!

Kerin said...

What a peaceful room.
I simply love the dark chocolate wing-back chair! I would love to sit there while listening to the piano being played :)
Have a wonderful day !

Jacqueline said...

What a beautiful room. I especially love your curio shelf. My aunt had one and it was like a magical place for a little girl to look into.