Should I Buy a White Piano?

Should I Buy a White Piano?

Ebony and ivory, live together in perfect harmony. That’s how the song goes. 

But when you are considering purchasing a new piano, you may notice that most pianos are black, brown, or wood in style and color. What about a white piano? What if your interior is light, airy, filled with white and natural colors? What if the thought of a dark piano will do nothing for your decor?

When pianos started filling concert halls, schools, churches, and homes, mass-production ensured everyone had access to a high-quality instrument. Sameness was necessary to provide high-quality throughout. 

Brown and darker colors became the norm. But it didn’t change the fact that for many piano purchasers, “the norm” wasn’t something they were interested in. 

If you have a contemporary home designed around white fixtures, light, open areas, and windows to let you see as far as the eye can see, nothing but a white piano will do. 

Imagine a black baby grand piano on display. It won’t work for a lot of piano players. They want white instead. 

If you’re looking for a white piano, we can help. From white uprights to white baby grands, we can help you find what you’re looking for. White pianos today have both charm and innovative style to be a welcome addition to any room in your home. 

Thanks to today’s desires for uniqueness and individuality, you can find the piano you’ve been dreaming of. 

How can we help you find the perfect piano for your home?