Steinway Grand Piano Covers
Steinway Grand Piano Covers
Our Steinway piano covers are custom manufactured in the United States, and combine unmatched craftsmanship, premium-grade materials, and exceptional customization. With a focus on creating an attractive and professional look, our covers not only protect your piano but also elevate its visual appeal, adding a touch of elegance to any setting. Handcrafted by our seamstresses with decades of experience, discover the perfect blend of superior craftsmanship, durability and style with our exquisite Steinway & Sons piano covers.
We have brand-specific templates for all the Steinway pianos, so we can make a perfect fitting cover for you. To order, select your size of piano from the drop-down menu, and choose from our wide range of options.
A Steinway deserves the ultimate in protection, and furthermore the ultimate in style. As with all furniture, outside of design, the quality of materials is what gives the product an elegant and professional look. That is why it is so important to go with an American manufacturer who uses quality fabric and craftsmanship.
For the ultimate in luxury, we recommend considering custom embroidery for your piano cover. For a small fee, we can add the Steinway piano logo to either the front where the keys are or side (above the leg on the sideboard, as shown above) of your cover. A great way to highlight your beautiful instrument, even when it's covered.
Steinway Grand Piano Models and Sizes
- Steinway Model S: 5'1"
- Steinway Model M: 5'7"
- Steinway Model L: 5'10-1/2" (Square Tail)
- Steinway Model O: 5'10-1/2" (Round Tail)
- Steinway Model A: (Round End): 6'1-1/2"
- Steinway Model A: (Square End): 6'1-1/2"
- Steinway Model A: (Modern): 6'2"
- Steinway Model A: 6'4-1/2"
- Steinway Model B: 6'11"
- Steinway Model C: 7'5"
- Steinway Model D: 9'0"
How to Determine the Model of a Steinway Piano:
You can find the model of your Steinway grand piano by looking at the letter stamped on the plate on the inside of the piano. It will be near the front, above the keys and fallboard. Located within a triangle, you should see a model letter (B, L, M, etc.), as well as the serial number. Please note the serial number will only tell you the year the piano was manufactured, not the model of the Steinway.
Over the years, the Steinway Model A has come in three different sizes: 6-1/2", 6'2" and 6'4-1/2". If you have a Model A, you will want to measure the length of your grand, to verify which size to order. You may find it easiest to measure from underneath your piano.
The foundation of a piano cover is the quality of the materials used. We have spent years working with American material suppliers, carefully reviewing and selecting the finest materials for their aesthetic appeal, protection, durability, and functionality. We are confident that we offer the highest-quality, most attractive fabric options on the market.
Piano Cover Material Guide
Want help deciding between material choices? Click below for a detailed description of each fabric choice.
Side slits are designed to allow you to play the piano without having to take the entire cover off. Side Slits are put on each side of the piano cover, above the front legs. This allows the pianist to simply flip the front part of the cover back to play the piano, without having to completely remove the entire cover. This provides a seamless and convenient solution for those who require frequent access to their piano, without compromising on its protection. A very popular option, and added to the majority of covers.
For the ultimate look of luxury, we recommend custom embroidery for your piano cover. For an additional fee, we can embroider the piano brand logo on either the front of the cover above the keys, or on the right sideboard of the piano (located above the leg on the sideboard). A great way to highlight your beautiful instrument, even when it's covered. Embroidery comes standard in gold thread. Custom colors are available upon request.
For details on our industry-leading embroidery, along with some examples, please click the link below.
Locking straps are a popular option when the piano is in an area where people will want to remove the cover and play it. The straps keep the cover in place, and act as an effective barrier against tampering. Many schools, hotels, resorts and churches add this option to ensure their piano stays safe and secure.
How do locking straps work? There are 3 straps sewn into the cover--one by each of the front legs and one at the back of the piano. The straps meet underneath the piano in the middle, forming a "Y" shape (note larger covers will use 4 straps, forming an "X" shape). At the end of each strap is a plastic D-ring. You turn one of the rings sideways and insert it through the other D-ring. When you turn it back, they will now be interconnected (as shown in the picture below). The cover is now securely on the piano, and the straps need to be disconnected in order to remove the cover and play. Note that if you need additional security, you can add a padlock to the D-rings, completely preventing someone from removing the cover without having the key to the padlock.
Shipping on all grand piano covers is free to the continental United States. Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is $79.95 per cover. Shipping to Canada is $89.95 per cover. International customers, please email us for a shipping quote.