Piano Covers

Piano Covers

Order your custom piano cover today!

We have over 300 templates available to choose from, featuring a wide selection of piano makes and models. Here's how you can order yours:

Step 1: Choose your fabric.

To make the process as straightforward as possible, we've sorted all of our templates by fabric type. First, choose the type of material you want your cover to be made from: vinyl, mackintosh, quilted mackintosh, or quilted nylon. Once you've made your choice, click on of the buttons below to see all the templates we have available in that fabric type. If we don't have a template for your piano, check the bottom of this page to find our instructions for making a custom template, so we can create a cover that precisely fits your piano.

Step 2: Find your template.

We have over 300 templates to choose from. Once you've found your model, you can choose any options you prefer, like side slits, locking straps, and embroidery.

Step 3: Submit your order.

After you've chosen your desired options, submit your final order! Piano covers typically ship in just two to three weeks. After your cover arrives, make sure to take a look at our care instructions to keep your cover in fantastic shape.

Piano Cover Options

We've created this video to give you an overview of the piano cover options we have available. If you have any questions, or need something specific made, you can contact us here

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Making a custom template

If we don't have a template for your specific piano model, here's how you can easily create a template yourself. Watch the videos to the right, or read the text version of the instructions below.

Step 1: Creating the Template

Use a large sheet of heavy plastic, available at any hardware store. Lay the plastic across the lid of the piano, and use a permanent marker to trace the outside edge of the lid onto the sheet. Take a pair of scissors and cut neatly along the outside edge of the line.

Step 2: Taking Measurements

Provide the following measurements, as seen in the video to the right.

  • Measurement A: Length of the diagonal at the keyboard
  • Measurement B: Width of the piano
  • Measurement C: Total length of the piano, from the back end to the front of the keys
  • Measurement D: Thickness of the piano in the back
  • Measurement E: Lid length

Step 3: Submit

Write down the measurements you just took, along with the following information. You can download a printable version of this form here.

Piano Make:   Measurement A:  
Piano Model:   Measurement B:  
Name on order:   Measurement C:  
Phone:   Measurement D:  
Date:   Measurement E:  

Neatly fold up the plastic template you cut, print out and fill the form with the information you just collected, and send it to the following address:

GRK Manufacturing

1200 Dayton Street

Hamilton, OH 45011

Video Guides

Tracing and Cutting a Template

Measuring the Piano