As the nights cool off, the thought of a cozy fire becomes more comforting. But whether you’re chopping firewood yourself or stocking up at the store, you’ll need to house it somewhere. Here are a few aesthetically pleasing storage ideas that will make you want to put firewood in every room.
Repurpose your leather belts by tying them around a few logs. Older belts work best, as they contribute to the vintage look.
Wooden crates are a great storage option for a front porch or a back deck. Vintage crates can be found at garage sales, flea markets, and antique shows. If you want to maximize storage, be sure to stack them.
Baskets of all sorts are a great option for storing a small amount of logs conveniently close to your fireplace.
This handy bench is the perfect addition to a mudroom or entranceway. Best of all? The storage below is big enough to elegantly store your wood.
Make your firewood a focal point of the cottage or home by storing it in custom wall units. They’re not only practical, but will also add tremendous character and interest to any room.
This slender rack extends from the wall to house your wood, and creates a beautiful juxtaposition of rustic and modern looks.
Firewood lines the entire wall in this cabin, adding to the rustic aesthetic, and making a real statement.
Antique copper or aluminum buckets have a certain charm about them that contrasts beautifully with wood.
Not a big fan of keeping wood around the house? Antique trunks or chests are excellent for keeping big piles of wood inside, but out of plain sight.