The Top 3 Piano Studio Clutter Monsters and How to Tame Them - Teach Piano TodayHome Help Search. Read times. Member Posts: I'm looking for a way to store my method books and musical scores in my piano studio. My students always need books and I have to look things up for them.
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I have asked this question about my dining room in a separate post but it's so embedded within the post about our whole main floor that I'm not getting many specific suggestions. So, I thought I would post separately about just this room in order to bring my question more to light. As our children are growing, their instruments are as well and the music library is getting out of control. The only place that I can see adding storage is by putting in a built in bookcase in the alcove behind the table we have a hutch currently holding music there. Our most current idea is to get two bookcases from IKEA as they would fit in that space perfectly. However, we are concerned about having easy access to the books as both doors would need to open out. Would sliding doors work better?
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Our house is completely white; walls, furniture, kitchen, carpet yes… even with two kids! There are 3 piano studio clutter monsters that lurk in every piano studio around the world. If left un-tamed they threaten to take over not only your space… but also your time! Check out my solutions to these 3 clutter monsters and give them a try! I love to have the absolute perfect piece to call on when I need to inject some motivation or reinforce a concept.