Our Vinyl piano covers are manufactured in the USA by expert sewers with over 3 decades of experience.
We offer many colors & a choice of Side Slits, Locking Straps & Embroidery.
Along with our thousands of other customers, we are honored to supply piano covers to The White House and the Smithsonian Institute,
Click here to see if we have your brand of piano..
We always recommend choosing the "custom made" option, this offers a more custom fitting cover. The shape of each piano is slightly different, so choosing custom and mailing in a template and measurements will always ensure a proper fit.
Custom Made Covers at No extra charge.
Not all Vinyl is the same. Some vinyl covers are paper thin & looks like plastic. Our Vinyl is specifically manufactured to the correct weight for piano cover protection.
Black & Brown Vinyl - (Priced as listed below)
White, Sand Beige or Burgundy Vinyl
Add $20.00 to the list price below. - (Custom Made)
Side Slit option available - Adds $65.00 - Custom Made
Side slits are placed on each side of the piano above the legs. This allows you to fold back the cover and play your piano without removing the whole cover.
Floor length option available - Adds $90.00 -Custom made
⇐ Shown in Quilted Padded Mackintosh
Safety Locking Straps with 'D' Rings - Adds $35.00 - Custom Made
Locking straps work only with standard length covers.
The straps are sewn onto the cover, and are pulled together underneath the piano where the 'D' rings meet. You then put a lock through the 'D' rings. (Lock not included)
Generally used for protection in a commercial setting (Schools, Hotels, Churches, Studios etc.) to dissuade people from getting into the piano. Sold as a set.
Embroidered Piano Name on Cover - Adds $75.00 - Custom made
2 Positions - Front or Side
Gold, Silver, Pink, Blue, Yellow, White
Examples of positions available show below.
⇐ Front Position
⇐ Side Position
Grand Piano Sizes
To determine the size of your piano - Measure in a straight line from the farthest end at the back curve, across the closed lid to in FRONT of the keys. Sometimes it's easier to measure the entire length of the piano from underneath.