Well this is going to be a thing. Cant play piano may as well drink from it.
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Repurposed Piano Bar by Gypsy Barn Follow us on Facebook for all the fun new items we create. www.facebook.com/gypsybarn

Repurposed Piano Bar by Gypsy Barn Follow us on Facebook for all the fun new items we create. www.facebook.com/gypsybarn

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From Bluebelle Vintage Interiors -- This Piano Bar has been such a fun project. Lots of hard work and love went into this. We have left as much original as possible. You will find serial numbers on the bar and in the wine rack. It has been done in Maison Blanche Paint Company's Confederate Gray and Light Brown Wax.

From Bluebelle Vintage Interiors -- This Piano Bar has been such a fun project. Lots of hard work and love went into this. We have left as much original as possible. You will find serial numbers on the bar and in the wine rack. It has been done in Maison Blanche Paint Company's Confederate Gray and Light Brown Wax.

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An old piano receives a new lease on life after being repurposed into a fun & funky piano bar!  Designed and built by Paul Lafrance Design.

An old piano receives a new lease on life after being repurposed into a fun & funky piano bar! Designed and built by Paul Lafrance Design.

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Tom Lehrer, an American singer-songwriter popular in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, is credited with many of the catchy little ditties on one of my favorite TV shows as a child, “The Electric Company.”His song “Silent E” was a smash hit on the spelling bee circuit. He once said, “Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.”We receive many generous donations of pianos at the ReStore, but since I can’t play, I turned ours into a bar, and in Lehrer’s…

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Tom Lehrer, an American singer-songwriter popular in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, is credited with many of the catchy little ditties on one of my favorite TV shows as a child, “The Electric Company.”His song “Silent E” was a smash hit on the spelling bee circuit. He once said, “Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.”We receive many generous donations of pianos at the ReStore, but since I can’t play, I turned ours into a bar, and in Lehrer’s…

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