One of the consideration when selecting a grand piano is the size. A 9ft Concert Grand in a 15’x15′ room is as out of place as a 45″ vertical piano on the stage of Carnegie Hall. A good general rule is that if you will be selecting a piano for its tonal quality and harmonic richness, you will want to get the largest instrument possible for the room. Since every room is acoustically different, it is hard to establish a rule of thumb for everyone. However, in an effort to simplify matters, it is generally best if a room is at least four times the size of the instrument. When trying to plan your room and visualize the piano in, contact us to arrange for a complimentary sizing consultation.