Sometimes, just the thought about moving is a nightmare. Especially if you need to move with invaluable artwork , designer furniture or expensive equipment such as computers.
With this type of items, even the smallest damage would be obviously be a catastrophe.
Nothing can be worse for an art lover than a scratch, nick or ding on old paintings or a sculpture, I sure won’t have to tell you that.
Those who are thinking about moving with computer systems, damage there can also be a nightmare especially if we’re talking about business computers with data stored on them.
It just makes sense that if you move and are worried about any such potential problems that you want the most reliable and dependable movers you can find. Obviously you want to get your things from your old place to the new one in one piece. A move shouldn’t and doesn’t have to be a nightmare really.
We had the same worries just this last month where we moved the complete interior of an art gallery here in Bristol to their new fancy location in town. The owner was very worried about pretty much everything, no surprise if you know that some of the pieces in the gallery are valued a several hundred thousand pounds.
But despite our initial fears and worries, the move went actually very smoothly. The owner couldn’t have been happier he told us afterwards .The guys at removals in Bristol really knew their trade, we didn’t have to tell them about the importance of careful handling of everything. In fact, the MoveIt Bristol guys gave us some great advice about packing and moving with minimal risk for damage.
So if you happen to be a business owner in the Bristol area and plan to move any time soon you should check out these guys, I can highly recommend them based on our own experiences.
The Venice Film Festival is Europe’s most glamorous film festival, attracting many celebs and ordinary folks to Europe’s popular travel location. This year, virtual reality technology however might steal the show.
The film Jesus VR – The Story of Christ will be presented in Venice on Thursday. The film marks the biggest investment so far in bringing VR to mainstream cinema. The feature is 90 minutes long when it is released later this years, but 40 minutes can already be previewed at the festival if you are fortunate enough to grab a VR headset. The movie is shot in 360 degrees, where the audience can now directly spectate the nativity. The experience takes them right through to the resurrection.
Film and gaming expert Pigott of Warwick University: “Just as 3D cinema offered a way to draw audiences that had been lost to television back to the cinema, in the 1950s, so VR provides a unique selling point in the battle against the ubiquity and accessibility of online content. VR certainly offers a form of entertainment experience that is new and striking, but perhaps of equal importance is the fact it is tied to technology. Entertainment companies can market a unique experience that audiences can only have if they go to a VR-capable cinema or purchase the requisite headset and hardware.”
The 35 year old Olymic champion is looking forward to ride the Nicholls-trained Pacha Du Polder in the St James’s Place Foxhunter Chase on Friday.
She told the press that she always had the extremely ambitious target of riding competitively in the Foxhunter as a goal, and that it’s a truly amazing feeling to her to be announcing that she has achieved this goal.
“This has been no walk in the park, it has been physically demanding. I’ve had to dig deep, but I never wanted to give up”, she said.
She continued to say “This is hugely exciting. There’ll be a phenomenal crowd at Cheltenham and I am so excited. Getting round would be incredible. If I get round on the horse and complete the course I’ll feel like that’s a gold medal.”
Mr. Pendleton is now active in British horse racing as part of a ‘switching saddles’ campaign which was announced last March. While she had some minor setbacks on the road to Cheltenham, she had her first win as a jockey on the Andy Stewart-owned Pacha Du Polder at Wincanton last week.
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If you know me you might also know that I am always on the lookout for great, unique and innovative design ideas.
Creative ways to decorate a home or extraordinarily designed furniture has always been a passion of mine.
As someone who also owns a restaurant I am also always having an eye on those furniture designs that not only “look nice” but can actually be used by “real” people, so to speak. I am not really big on designs that don’t make much sense outside a museum or art gallery. Furniture must be functional AND look great, it’s as simple as that!
During my quest I didn’t take take too long until I came across the furniture designs by Mac+Wood from London. I guess that almost any owner of a hotel or restaurant who has class and style might have already heard about them.
Mac+Wood’s bespoke dining sets are different because the company uses reclaimed wood in their furniture designs. This type of wood does not only look gorgeous but is also ideal for some rough handling that can happen in bars, restaurants and cafes.
Now, I’ve been told that the furniture maker is expanding their furniture collection beyond their bespoke solid wood dining table and dining benches. They are now also offering custom-made office desks made from reclaimed wood timbers. So if you are looking for a great dining table or dining bench or a fantastic desk for your home office I recommend that you check out their wood furniture!
According to property online portal RightMmove, the average price for a home in the UK is now at £286,133-
What is interesting to note is that those new numbers come a month before the nation’s election. If one thing is for sure it is that those numbers will put pressure on each of the parties. Compared to the last election back in May 5 years ago, property prices in the British capital shot up by a staggering 50%.
It is on that background not surprising that a number of new sellers decreased significantly. Compared to the previous year, this number dropped by 4%. At the same time, those who put their houses up for sale increased prices by 1.6%, accounting for the current record number of £286,133.
It remains to be seen what role the current housing crisis in the UK will play in the final weeks of campaigning. Labour says they want to build 200,000 new homes in the forthcoming years while the Conservatives say they want to extend the Right to Buy scheme.