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Papier peint et décor motifs naturels (arbres, plantes...) + fireplace and reading armchair :)

20 Fireplace Mantels to Set Your Fireplace on Fire | Decoholic

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Charnwood C-Four in bronze, honed granite hearth, medium character medium colour oak fireplace beam. Christmas decorations.

Charnwood C-Four in bronze, honed granite hearth, medium character medium colour oak fireplace beam. Christmas decorations.

Charnwood C-Four in bronze, honed granite hearth, medium character medium colour oak fireplace beam. Christmas decorations.

Charnwood C-Four in bronze, honed granite hearth, medium character medium colour oak fireplace beam. Christmas decorations.

Logpiletrackworld give me some simple log store ideas/designs « Singletrack Forum

Logpiletrackworld give me some simple log store ideas/designs | Singletrack Magazine Forum

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Aga Little Wenlock wood stove fitted 3 years ago, serviced today pic.twitter.com/lvAopBYQX2

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“Aga Little Wenlock wood stove fitted 3 years ago, serviced today”

For those of you with woodburning stoves, either in your house or heating your shop the Ecofan is a clever, energy-free way to help circulate the heat. You place the Ecofan on top of your stove, and as the stove heats up, the blades begin to turn, distributing the hot air into the rest of the room. The hotter your stove gets, the faster the blades spin, up to a maximum volumetric flow of 150 cubic feet per minute. Unlike a conventional blower, the Ecofan is completely silent.

For Woodburning Stove Owners: The Ecofan Requires No Power - Core77

For those of you with woodburning stoves—I know at least some of you have them, either in your house or heating your shop—the Ecofan is a clever, energy-free way to help circulate the heat. You place the Ecofan on top of your stove, and as the stove heats up, the...

Traditional fire guards inspired by beautiful and practical examples from the past | Garden Requisites

Safety and elegance with our wirework fire guards - Garden Requisites

The days are getting warmer, but there is still a chill in the air in the evenings. Rather than putting the heating on at this time of year, there’s nothing like lighting a fire on a stormy or chilly night to make your home feel warm, dry and cosy.