I bought the piano bench my last trip to Lincoln. She was a little homely but had great legs. She was wearing a brown vinyl covering over her cushion. And who wouldn't look homely wearing brown vinyl?
First I dry brushed a little white over the legs and "skirt". It brought out the fluted curves on the legs.
Next I lined the interior with vintage sheet music "Ain't She Sweet?"
Lastly I covered the vinyl with an old fur coat. Tip: buy old CHEAP fur coats that have some wear but are not molting (I usually get mine for $5 or less to upcycle). I cut the fur a couple inches longer than the edges of the bench lid. The bottom "hem" of the coat went along the front side of the bench, so no trimming required there. I tacked along the front first (using a metal spatula for equal spacing.)
Pulling the fur firmly, and then tacking it along the back, doing the sides last. Then I just trimmed along the bottom edge of the lid with scissors. I didn't tuck it under because it would have been too bunchy. I did one of these with white fur and colored legs once, great combo.
The inside of the coat had the initials REH, so I named the piece "Rehanna".