A piano is a big investment. Especially if you have a home that is drafty or not well-insulated, placing it on an exterior wall is a bad idea. And extra-especially if it's right in front of a baseboard heater! It's not even about the tuning, though that may be affected also. Pianos are made of wood, and changes in humidity and temperature can cause warping and cracking. If your sound board cracks, the instrument is pretty much done for.
Must Pianos Be Placed on Interior Walls? Good Questions
|2/12/13 11:24 AM|
I love it! I'm planning on having a housewarming/yarn-bombing party after we move next month to yarn-bomb some old kitchen chairs-- cover them in knitting and crocheting. I was thinking I'd keep it to the upper parts of the chair, though. I imagine the chair socks would get dusty/linty/hairy pretty quickly.
Weigh In: Should Chairs Wear Socks?
|2/11/13 7:49 PM|