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Want to make your flat look sharp? Here's a selection of our favourite musical furniture to liven up any music lover's living room.
Struggling to find a use for all the pianos you have lying around the house? (Of course you are.) Why not cut the strings, varnish the shell, and hang a grand piano on the wall as a set of musical shelves? Picture: Tina Baine
Never mind a piano stool, this is a piano sofa - complete with pedals.
Sorry cellists, basses and bassoons, the bass clef shelf just didn't hold as many books as this delightfully space-inefficient storage solution. Picture: Liberiachave
Scale the heights with this dismantled piano, upcycled into an ornate staircase. Picture: Nook
It might not look all that comfortable, but count yourself lucky: at least you're not sitting on the flute chair. Picture: Embro Thistle Singers
Two keyboards are always better than one - especially on this piano inspired composition station. Photo: Twitter/@EricWhitacre
This party guest misunderstood the meaning of playing 'musical chairs'. But the results are charming. Picture: KraftsbyKy
No thieving from these musical bike racks; you don't want to be under a rest...
Fans of light music are bound to enjoy this most musical of lampshades. Picture: Not on the high street
There's nothing more relaxing than surrounding yourself with peaceful music (quite literally in this case) in this musical duvet set. Picture: Alquemy
A cello filled with wine? Lugging it back and forth to rehearsals suddenly became a little more bearable...
Anyone want to lend us a piano? We could do with bookshelves like this in the Classic FM offices. Picture: Facebook/Classical Musicians Everywhere
A brilliant black and white piano-inspired couch for your living room. Or, as we like to call it, "Do Ti La Sofa Me Re Do". Picture: Facebook/Starburst Piano and Voice Studios
Top marks to anyone who manages to turn their curtain rail into a focal point in their living room, like this enterprising musical quilting fan. Picture: Quilting board
Nothing like a set of musical bookends to keep track of your noteworthy novels.
A summery musical addition to your outdoor furniture, in the form of this hand-crafted end table.
When your battered French horn's lost its mouthpiece and is missing a few valves, there's only one thing for it: glue it to a bit of wood and add a bulb for the ultimate brassy centrepiece. Picture: Unconsumption