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Frederic Vial wrote:Nov 26, 2012
  • Frederic Vial
    What are the design and specifications? How much would this cost? Thanks.
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    MusaDesign Interior Design
    Design means- addressing your needs towards the functional and visual necessities. This is the process that will lead you to the wishful outcome: you need to describe me what you need, give me measurements and I will find the way to make it happened. Specification is the next step: you in your area or I will find a craftsman who will be asking for details how to build it. I will send him drawings and directions regarding materials and so on. Nevertheless, he will be asking a millions of questions anyway, which I know how to answer, because I have an experience and I can predict outcome, or he will make decisions on his own if I am not involved. Here you are relying only on his expertise and taste. I hope this is explaining how the process works and how much usually a designer needs to be involved to foresee the result. Usually for these types of jobs I will charge by the project. If you can provide me with the sizes and you will want the similar shelf, I could modify the design that is already existed and it will take 2 hours, and will cost around $350.00
Eva wrote:Mar 10, 2013
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    MusaDesign Interior Design
    this is reclamed redwood from wine barrels.
  • martamartinez
    I like the dining chairs. Would you mind telling me where could I find them?. Congratulations for the design.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 12 Tips for Living Well in Your Loft or StudioJul 18, 2013

6. Divide space with open-backed shelving. One of the easiest ways to create a room-within-a-room is by using open-backed shelving placed perpendicular to the wall — and it works equally well in small and large spaces. The trick is to arrange open shelving so that it looks good from both sides. Stack books horizontally rather than vertically; place items in baskets that look good from all angles; and mix in plenty of pretty objects such as vases, candles and bowls. Also be aware of safety: if you have young children, or live in earthquake country, you will need to secure the shelving to a wall and/or the floor.

Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: Wall Dividers Pull Rooms TogetherMay 23, 2012

Infuse a modern room with tradition. "The inspiration for these shelves came from seeing the grandiose redwood planks that were salvaged from a 22-foot-high wine barrel," says Polina Zaika of MusaDesign Interior Design. "We preserved the burned interior of the barrel on the side of the shelves. The minimalism of this home's interior was screaming for some soulful elements like wood. It almost looks like the bone structure of an old house."

Becky Harris added this to 12 Ways With Room DividersDec 21, 2011

This bookshelf blocks off the view of the kitchen. How much of the view is blocked can change, as the shelves can be completely emptied, completely filled with books, or left anywhere in between.

Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to Double Duty: 14 Smart Design IdeasOct 30, 2011

Separate space, store items and decorate at the same time with a room divider like this one.

Shawn Gauthier added this to Instant Living SpacesApr 28, 2011

A shelving unit is one of the easiest pieces to use as a divider. It allows the eye to travel through and see the other side, while still giving the sense of separation. Plus, it becomes decorative when filled with unique and personal items.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Season Paquette added this to MB dividerJul 3, 2019

Beautiful. Taller, not as wide.

Dietke Köhnemann added this to SichtschutzMay 6, 2019

In abgewandelter Form als Sichtschutz im Garten, an der Terrasse?

thierrymignon added this to salonDec 17, 2018 faut etre invité au salon!

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