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Piano Dining Table: Music, Munching and Money


Pianos are unwieldy instruments. Tables are unwieldy too, but  we have no choice but to make room for at least one table in our homes – unless you’re like me, and you usually eat either in front of the computer or TV. Georg Bohle combines the two in one simple yet elegant design…

electric piano table 1

I love how simple it looks. Bohle could have added a bit more flair to it – a sleek black piano finish perhaps? – but I think it’s better this way.

electric piano table 2

The table itself is made from oak wood. And no, I don’t know what those rectangular holes are either.

electric piano table 3

It’s unfortunate and ironic however, that something that seems to have been designed for a small space could be so darned expensive: Born Rich says that the estimated cost of the piano table is $6,000 (USD).

[via swissmiss]

Comments (2):

  1. Jon Cento says:

    What a crazy cool table – will add a picture of it to my blog

  2. Mary M says:

    The piano is electric, not acoustic. The holes would be for plugging things into like speakers or headphones, a computer, a midi, etc.
    $6,000 for a custom built oak table of that size – without a piano in it – from a craftsman’s studio is not out of the question.
    A fIne digital piano can run $3,000.
    Which makes the whole thing a bargain!. My acoustic piano cost $25,000. You maybe can put a cup of coffee on it.

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