More ideas from Marianne

The Piano Shelf: New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz . It folds flat when not in use, occupying zero space in the room. Once you need to store something – simply unfold the sufficient number of ‘keys’ to accommodate the item.

This clever keychain is upcycled and crafted from the hardwood black *key* of a vintage piano. Its smooth, *flat* surface will keep you looking *sharp*

This clever keychain is upcycled and crafted from the hardwood black *key* of a vintage piano. Its smooth, *flat* surface will keep you looking *sharp*

Check out this wall sculpture made from old piano keys!

When I came across an abandoned upright piano in the alley, I couldn't resist salvaging the 88 keys. After much deliberation, I built a wood frame with an undulating form, then attached the keys in their original order. The result…

re purposed piano, diy, how to, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling, The keys on this piece were pretty much destroyed Usually I would have left them as a little decorative serving area however the colouring from over the years left them a wee bit yellowed and half the keys were missing their veneer

The keys on this piece were pretty much destroyed.Usually I would have left them as a little decorative serving area, however, the colouring from over the years left them a wee bit yellowed and half the keys were missing their veneer