My son had been given a piano keyboard several years ago but it wasn’t used very often because we didn’t have a good spot to keep it. Most keyboard tables were either flimsy or expensive or ugly or all three. I found the legs and a piece of chipped “as-is” shelving with a little bit of scrap lumber glued to the shelf to give the screw threads some more material to bite in to, to make a keyboard table that looks nice and coordinates with some vintage chairs that I have.
It doesn’t take up much space and creates a very nice inverted step terrace. A keyboard table would’ve cost me at least $40 and I put this together for about US$15. The legs of the table are adjustable which is nice because of my floors being from the 1880s they are not very level. I might modify the table to be able to hide the cord through the rear leg or something like that so I don’t have to see the cord.
~ Ian Adams