One of the best parts of wintertime is curling up in front of the fire. Today’s most beautiful and unique wood stoves combine modernity with functionality, making everyone eager to put another log on the fire.
No air regulation is necessary to enjoy the Rais Bonic Fire. Just put in some wood, light a match and enjoy flames flickering in both chambers.
The fire burns almost constantly during wintry days in the home of these artists, located in South Africa. It’s easy to see why they’d want to keep the beautiful wood stove aflame.
With its tripod legs and unusual cathedral-style design, this wood-burning stove would make a great addition to any home.
HWAM is a Danish manufacturer of beautiful wood-burning stoves designed by architects and this model is no exception. Bearing the Nordic eco-label, it’s highly efficient with minimal emissions.
The Ideal Steel Hybrid by Woodstock Soapstone Company is a showstopper. The “stove buddies” on the back of each stove can be custom-designed by customers. (Another prototype, perfect for fishing enthusiasts, features a trout-shaped stove buddy.) Apart from being beautiful, the buddies are also the perfect space for hanging mittens and boots to dry.
If shabby chic is your thing, you can’t go wrong with La Castellamonte's flagship product, straight from Italy. It comes in a range of tile options and colours, and can be used as a water heater.
This German-made wood stove won the prestigious Red Dot design award in 2006. It’s no wonder why—the Shaker isn’t just beautiful, it’s also highly functional. The wood stove also comes with an optional long bench table, so that you can sit cozy right next to the fire.
Hand-decorated and painted by craftsmen of Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, Italy, this hexagonal wood stove also features a cooking oven.
In this modern stove, flames are visible from both the front and the sides. Available in eight different colours, including pewter, green and bronze, it will be the centrepiece of any living room.
Why settle for one fire when you can have two? This futuristic Twinfire wood stove was designed by two German engineers to be efficient and eco-friendly. Its unique double-chamber combustion system can heat over 1000 square feet.
While technically not a wood-burning stove, Vescovi’s hydro pellet stove is a beautiful addition to any home.
Originally designed to heat a 30-foot boat, the highly portable Kimberley wood stove is perfect for small spaces, including cabins, yurts, and RVs. It has a small cooktop for preparing meals and future models will even generate electricity and heat water.