Incorporating a Multi-sided Fire in Your Home

Today, more than ever, the function of a fire or stove in a typical home is to create vital warmth and a calming, centralised, atmosphere. The enticing glow of a fireplace is a defining element of many home living areas. The most common locations for fireplaces and stoves are lounges, kitchens, bedrooms and increasingly in home offices too. How do youContinue reading “Incorporating a Multi-sided Fire in Your Home”

Our Top 5 Fires for 2020

What a year it’s been! But we couldn’t say farewell to 2020 without a rundown of our top fires. We’ve spent more time than ever staying safe at home this year and the fireplace has stormed back into the limelight with designers placing extra emphasis on integrating beautiful and functional fireplaces at the heart ofContinue reading “Our Top 5 Fires for 2020”

How to Roast Chestnuts on an Open Fire

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire aren’t just the lyrics to the Christmas Song, made famous by the great Nat King Cole. They’re also a fantastic treat to make during the holiday season! Not only will they fill your home with an incredible aroma, but the actual chestnuts are fairly delicious. Roasting Chestnuts over an openContinue reading “How to Roast Chestnuts on an Open Fire”

Relighting Your Fire For The first Time This Autumn

Unfortunately, the summer is over, but Autumn brings a frisson of excitement when it gets cold enough to bring up the question “shall we light the fire?”. If you have a fire or stove you will be well aware of this wonderful consolation for the summer going. Already people are chatting about it at theContinue reading “Relighting Your Fire For The first Time This Autumn”

Let’s Get Cosy

How to Achieve that Hygee State in Your Home. If you’re passionate about making your house a cosy home, we’re almost certain you’ll have heard of ‘hygge’. In this blog, we’re looking at the Danish concept and how you can bring it into your life by making simple changes to your home environment. WHAT ISContinue reading “Let’s Get Cosy”

Including a Stove or Fire in Kitchen Renovations

A new stove or fire ignites life into any room, but we’re often asked if they’re a suitable addition to a kitchen. The kitchen is the heart of most homes, installing a stove or fire here represents a logical decision. Families and friends often congregate in the kitchen to socialise and relax; welcoming people toContinue reading “Including a Stove or Fire in Kitchen Renovations”

The Home Office Upgrade Everyone Needs

Are you working from home? Want to create the ultimate home office?  Technology and seamless connectivity have ensured that many of us have been able to work at home with ease, many of us continuing to work this way in the new normal. Home offices, workspaces and home studios have become an integral part ofContinue reading “The Home Office Upgrade Everyone Needs”

How to Incorporate a Fireplace into a Small Living Room

When a fireplace or stove is running optimally, it will go a long way toward offsetting highwinter heating bills. With such a huge variety of fireplaces designed for smaller spaces, noweveryone can enjoy the luxury, warmth and money-savings that you can only get with abeautiful fireplace. There’s something about a lit fire in a home thatContinue reading “How to Incorporate a Fireplace into a Small Living Room”

OPENING UP AN ORIGINAL FIREPLACE

If you’ve been lucky enough to discover a bricked up or covered fireplace in your home, and you’re looking at opening up to develop the space, you’ll most likely be looking for some top tips on how to do this successfully. In this guide we cover everything from the mess expected to the range ofContinue reading “OPENING UP AN ORIGINAL FIREPLACE”

NO CHIMNEY? NO PROBLEM!

In this article, we look at how to choose a fire for you home if you don’t have an existing chimney. There’s a whole range of modern stoves and fireplaces that will turn the heat up in your home without requiring a full-scale renovation. If you don’t have a chimney and want to know whatContinue reading “NO CHIMNEY? NO PROBLEM!”