To determine the ideal size for a Steinway Grand Piano based on a floor template, follow these steps:

Measure the Available Space
Begin by measuring the dimensions of the space where the piano will be placed. Take note of the length, width, and any spatial constraints such as alcoves or corners.

Consider Room Acoustics
Factor in the acoustics of the room. Larger grand pianos generally produce richer, fuller tones. If the room is spacious and you’re aiming for a more resonant sound, a larger grand piano may be suitable.

Refer to Steinway’s Size Options
Explore Steinway’s range of grand piano sizes. Steinway offers various sizes, from smaller Baby Grand Pianos to larger Concert Grand Pianos. Consider the proportions of the room and the desired visual impact.

Use a Floor Template
Create a floor template by marking the measured dimensions of the available space on paper. This will help you visualize how different piano sizes might fit within the room.

Account for Other Furniture
If the room contains other furniture or features, such as seating arrangements or decorative elements, incorporate these into the floor template. Ensure that the piano’s size complements the overall aesthetics of the space.

Finalize Selection
Based on the floor template, measurements, and considerations, finalize the selection of the Steinway Grand Piano size that best harmonizes with the room’s dimensions, aesthetics, and acoustic requirements.

A fee of £15.00 per grand piano floor template sent by post will be applicable.