The PH Bow Piano eschews the ‘traditional’ piano design that simply boxes the soundboard, action and strings of the piano inside a harshly angled wooden case. PH’s design for a wooden piano case is visually softer, constructed around a lid of four organic flowing ‘waves’ of timber. The piano is supported by three wooden legs that we would now consider to be of classical ‘Mid-Century’ style.
This impromptu piano room is minimal and simple yet very elegant. A vintage spinet in light wood veneer matches sage green wall color beautifully. Notice how wall art has the same color scheme with both the piano and the wall. Some smaller objects on the top of the piano personalize the ambiance.
Review: The Yamaha GB1K carries the classic lines of Yamaha’s famous G and C series grands. While the new models ending in X (ie C2X or S7X) have the newly designed cabinet, the GB1K carries on the traditional style lines. Measuring in at 5′ long, this baby grand is considered the entry level. But make… Read More