Furniture designer Terrance Hunt captures the sleek lines of the nautical world in his creation, Julianne. The case is constructed of African mahogany, enhanced to suggest a Chris-Craft color, and coated in a high-sheen polyester resin to emulate the lacquer finish of a wooden speedboat. The lid resembles the decking one would expect to see on such a craft. The music desk has a clever windshield look and folds down as would the screen on a wooden runabout, and the rim of the piano imitates a wooden hull. The case displays a speedboat-type curvature that rounds off at what would be the waterline of a boat, complete with All-American red and white line detail below. Like the tapering on a boat, the trim is thicker at the keyboard end and diminishes toward the rear of the case. The cast aluminum legs have a sail shape and lend the piano the look of something racing across the water. The bench resembles the stern of a classic lakester, with a short back and aluminum legs, and is tufted with hand-stitched beige leather. The rear of the bench has a space for the owner to spell out the name of the yacht on which the piano will set, or for which it is named.