The music flows through this elegant living room from the baby grand piano, dancing lightly past the grand fireplace and elegant sitting space. A large area rug excites with its traditional design and amplifies the maroon and purple details throughout the room. Built-in bookshelves add a sophisticated library feel and provide ample room for antiques and collection display.
Rich fabrics make a striking juxtaposition with the smooth sheen of the black baby grand piano in this traditional living room. A red and gold brocade chair sits at the ready for the next musician, and on the wall hangs a tapestry.
Stunning floral area rugs anchor this living room but do not overwhelm. Instead, combined with a grand fireplace, built-in shelving, a baby grand piano and vintage antiques, heirlooms and Victorian accents, the space comes alive with elegance and sophistication
A bold wall color, reminiscent of Tiffany blue, is one of the most inexpensive ways to start off a bedroom makeover, says Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster. The room now has a sophisticated playful style, with a daybed from a home decor store that makes room for a baby grand piano passed down from a grandmother. The lamps also are off the shelf from a discount home goods store.
Subtly patterned drapery fabric pulls the outdoors in to this sunny space and showcases the baby grand piano in its best light. Formerly a drab home office, the room is now a great space to enjoy conversation and music.
A custom-designed drop ceiling with sophisticated chandelier defines the contemporary dining room with sleek wooden table and streamlined black chairs. The open floor plan combines the dining room with the kitchen and on to a music room with a baby grand piano.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow lots of natural light to pour into this elegant cream-colored living room. White ceiling beams add architectural interest and emphasize the room’s height. Neutral furnishings, a traditional rug, full-length gold drapes and the baby-grand piano add to the room’s sophisticated, timeless look. Design by Kristi Nelson.