Built in collaboration with Japanese furniture designer Karimoku, the Roland Kiyola KF-10 Digital Piano is a display-worthy instrument. Its name, which translates to "elegance and beauty," is appropriate given its all-natural, hand-carved wooden cabinet. That sleek exterior holds an advanced PHA-50 keyboard with the same SuperNatural piano modeling found on the company's flagship models and an advanced pedal unit. When it's not being played, the unit's array of speakers can be used to playback nearly any other audio via a Bluetooth connection. Available in a handful of finishes to fit nearly any decor.