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Carl, that is just a gorgeous room! Of course, the piano is beautiful - and what a cool lamp! I love the idea of having the light come over your shoulder. You must be in heaven - it sure looks pretty close.
Now that's a room I'd be comfortable in, Quagles. I like the blue walls a lot. I've never had the nerve to paint my walls a color. When I was younger I actually had black and white striped walls, but I've gotten less confident of my interior decorating abilities. But yours are great.
Quagles - your room looks very similar to my "quiet" practice space. I'll see if I can post a pic tomorrow. This is the room where I can don the 'ole headphones and not bother anyone, and have my computer handy and my tons of music. (arghh!)
Quagles, no need to be ashamed! I love that room. It has a very young feel to it. Very comfortable! Nerdy room you say? Hmm..my room kind in my parents' house kind of looked like that. Guess that makes me a nerd, too!
Heres the new piano (5 minutes after delivery) with the old Roland it replaced in the background.
Room acoustics may need some minor adjustments.. it stil sounds very weird to me....
(...and its KILLING me that I have to be at work today instead of staying home and plyaing with my new toy )
Parent.... Orchestral Viola player (stictly amateur).... Hack Pianist.... (faded skills from glory days 20 yrs ago) Vague Guitar & Bass player.... (former minor income stream 15 yrs ago) Former conductor... (been a long time since I was set loose with a magic wand!)
WOW, I love this thread! So many gorgeous rooms out there. It certainly gives me something to aspire to someday.
Much along the same line as Quagles (thanks for posting first!) here is my first piano room in my first house! (sorry for the bad cell phone pics)
This is the combo piano room, music room, office, and art studio at the moment while I finish up some work in the basement. No dogs, but you can see Cally, our parrot, hiding on the left. Here's more of a closeup.
She enjoys hanging out up there listening to me practice. She's also really good at ruffling her feather when I hit a nasty note!