I second Annie-O; in London where I live if your plumber/electrician/"gas-man" is certified you are good to go, apart from the dumpster/skip, the price and parking of the thing is part of the deal with the company that rents it to you, they arrange it with the council. Mostly you pile things into big Ikea style bags about 4 times the size that then get craned out over the fence and taken away by volume/weight.
The Budget for Andi's Renovation Renovation Diary
|2/20/13 7:51 PM|
Most of Danish mid-century furniture was designed with the ethos of combining design, craft, functionality and affordability. Many of the great designers/architects also produced designs that they sold to the larger factories - which is why there is so much great unbranded stuff from that time! Finally, even those designs that where then and now produced more expensively, many were designed around "innovative" production methods (bentwood, etc.) chosen to ease and speed up their making, as well as allowing for exceptional new forms. The prices much of it is sold at today are OUTRAGEOUS.
The Real Cost of Knock-Offs Dwell Magazine
|9/28/12 5:12 AM|