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The Hobbit, Small Multi Fuel Cast Iron Stove Seen recommended on http://sustainablog.org/2011/02/small-wood-burning-stoves-review/ - may be a bit small for our dining room? But can I resist something with a name like that?! :D

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Ye Olde Pipsqueak

Pix is building a tiny house and will use a wood stove for some of her heating. She’s chosen a tiny stove from Salamander Stoves. “It weighs only maybe 40 lbs and sits upon its own cast iron base. It has a dial on the side for airflow and the whole thing is enameled a deep dynamic blue-teal color. It’s truly the tiniest stove I think you can get for human use. I went to our wood pile and picked out the smallest pieces I could. They didn’t fit. Actually only twigs were small enough..."

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The classic, tiled wood stoves from La Castellamonte are available in 12 wood burning and 2 pellet models. The ceramic tiles can be finished in 32 colours, allowing you to match the decor of any room you wish to place the new tiled wood stove in.

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Gypsy caravan stove boat heater campervan rv wood/charcoal burner

Gypsy Caravan Stove Boat Heater Campervan RV Wood Charcoal Burner | eBay Tiny wood burning stove

For woodburning stoves : The Ecofan needs no power except the heat generated by the stove. There is also one for pellet stoves.

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The new wood burning stove with oven and cooktop, Perla from Vescovi Fire offers the timeless design of the wood-burning cooker in modern interpretation, representing a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation.

This is a Kimberly stove, developed in the US for use in camper vans, boats and Yurts. It has a really small foot print, so you can squeeze it anywhere and it's super cool looking.

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Tiny Cabin In California, Camouflaged In The Woods

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Colin’s tiny house in West Marin County - 1 of 4. Living completely off-grid, Colin has no trouble maintaining his needs with his solar system. He mainly uses it to run his refrigerator, computer, and lights. Propane is used for his stove and hot water heater. He has gravity fed water to his home which originates with a well on the property and stored in a large tank.