What can be made from a piano? It is only limited by your imagination! Have a look at our Catalogue of Ideas and be inspired!
Here is the story of The Radiogram made by Vinko Markoski of ND Recycled Timber Furniture for our Piano Transformation Challenge
"Betsy" came to us as an upright Linconola piano, made in the 1920's but eventually unwanted. Linconola's were manufactured in the USA by the Weaver Co. Artisan Tom Scott has given Betsy another lease of life by creating a beautiful dining room table.
"Eva" was made by the German piano company Feurich between 1885 and 1890. Eva will make a wonderful side board or coffee table but will always be a talking point of guests to your home. Eva is a collaboration with artisan Tom Scott.
"Charlotte" was made from a German piano - Challan. It was converted into a two-drawer hall table by Benjamin Reddan of Soul of Bespoke Cabinetry Artistry.
"Bella" is now a hall table after being repurposed from a Haake piano. Haake were based in Hannover, German and Bella was made sometime between 1910-1920. Bella's transformation occurred at the hands of artisan Anton Gerner.
"Fergie" was built by Ferd Thurmer, piano craftsman of Bochum, Germany, in 1902. Ferd Thurmer have been making pianos for 150 years and local artisan Anton Gerner respectfully repurposed Fergie into a beautiful hall table.
"Wera" is a beautiful dining table. Originally however, she was Wertheim piano made in 1925, in Richmond, Australia. Tim Denshire-Key was this project's artisan and his work definitely gives Wera back some of her former celebrity.
"Sally" began her journey in 1877 as a fine upright G.Schwechten piano from Berlin. Anthony Kleine was the artisan has extended Sally's life as two cafe style benches. Patrons of a pilates and fitness centre enjoy Sally's long and noble heritage .