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Most recent Pictures Pellet Stove hearth Concepts Pellet stoves are an easy way to save money and keep heated while in these care-free winter months on home. Ow... #Concepts #hearth #Pellet

Most recent Pictures Pellet Stove hearth Concepts Pellet stoves are an easy way to save money and keep heated while in these care-free winter months on home. Ow... #Concepts #hearth #Pellet

Freshen up the centerpiece of your living room. A tiled fireplace hearth will stand strong for years to come.

Freshen up the centerpiece of your living room. A tiled fireplace hearth will stand strong for years to come.

At the end of April we had the opportunity to do a photo shoot in a beautifully converted farm house in the Leicestershire countryside,...

At the end of April we had the opportunity to do a photo shoot in a beautifully converted farm house in the Leicestershire countryside,...

A brick hearth is an attractive, classic addition to any room with a wood stove or fireplace. The hearth protects the floor from errant embers that could burn wood or scorch carpet. Bricks can be laid in rows or herringbone patterns or in a combination of colors and patterns that add visual interest to the hearth.

A brick hearth is an attractive, classic addition to any room with a wood stove or fireplace. The hearth protects the floor from errant embers that could burn wood or scorch carpet. Bricks can be laid in rows or herringbone patterns or in a combination of colors and patterns that add visual interest to the hearth.

Family buys $50 worth of tile and adds this to their living room wall

Wood stove hearth pad - Family buys $50 worth of tile and adds this to their living room wall - A lot more modern looking than the ones that are available for sale online - we weren't expecting this!

On the smaller hearth in the front room, we perched the hens and the pork, which both cooked in reflector ovens. Description from fashionablefrolick.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Over the weekend, our regiment's very own expert in eighteenth-century foodways led a workshop in hearth cooking at a lovely 1765 house owned by another couple from our group. It was a prodigiously educational day and I learned enough to finally feel like I'll actually be comfortable not only preparing meals during events, but even intelligently conversing with visitors about what I'm doing! Yes, folks, progress has been made with me and cooking! ;-) We began our day with a lesson in how to…