Save Space with the Electric Piano Dining Table

Save Space with the Electric Piano Dining Table

Taryn Williford
Feb 26, 2010

Some of us, like laptop-doting creative types, don't have a problem cramming our tech into small apartments. But it must be tough being a musician living in a tiny urban loft. Where are you supposed to find the space to put your piano or a drum kit? We can't help you with the drum thing (maybe get Rock Band instead?), but it turns out there's a 2-in-1 solution for your piano!

All too often, we give up our passions in favor of practicality. When the kids need college tuition, we sell our boat. When life demands more time, we give up our scrapbooking hobby. And when we downsize into a studio apartment, the baby grand piano has to go.

Well that doesn't have to be the case. If you've got room for a dining room table, you've got room for a piano. At least, you would if you owned the Piano Table from by Georg Bohle.

Created from Oak wood, this table conceals an electric piano. Just lift up on the wooden tablet cut into one edge, and go crazy with your passion—whether you're more Johann-Sebastian Bach or Skid-Row-Sebastian Bach.

But freedom to play Youth Gone Wild on your dining room table is going to cost you. Can you play something to the tune of $6000?

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