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    • diann missal

      cozy living room (for the future farm house perhaps)

    • Kanber Bradbury

      SO ABSOLUTELY WANT EXACTLY THIS 4 OUR WOOD STOVE HEARTH! Cabin-Style Living Room An old cubby holds logs in a neat square that doubles as a side table. This chimney is framed by wood beams and the windows are flanked by interior shutters. The homeowner also built a wood-and-metal frame where fireplace tools hang neatly from antlers turning these utilitarian objects into a work of art.

    • Nasreen Stump

      Perfect- love the wood box for firewood- this would work at our house. a life's design

    • Melissa Hinkley

      decorating around a wood stove | Cosy wood burning stove fireplace: how to decorate around it. love the ...

    • Cynthia Mullins

      Woodburner vs gas fireplace??

    • Ginger Hallett

      Black woodstove in living room, white walls, stone hearth, hardwood floors. Shelf behind stovepipe and upright beams on each side create illusion of fireplace & mantel, with clean lines. I like the firewood box on its side--cats would love to lie on top of box, so could replace lamp & flowers with a pretty pillow for a cat vignette!

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    My parents have two wood burning stoves. I prefer them over a fireplace any day. The heat it produces is awesome, and when electricity goes out you can still cook on it, while keeping warm :)

    A traditional wood-burner, designed by the seasonally savvy Swedes at stove manufacturer Contura, makes the frosty months bearable—-and provides a year-round focal point. “It’s been absolutely great,” Voronova says. “Good looking, easy to control, very economical, and environmentally friendly, too!” Proof positive that it’s not the size of the space that counts, it’s how you choose to heat it.

    It's nice to keep wood side, just have to be careful that it's not loaded up with bugs like ants etc. And while the fireplace looks nice burning in this picture, when there isn't a fire it probably looks grimy. But I like the idea of the design/functionality.

    grey by the style files, via Flickr a cozy seat for my tree trunck pieces

    Cabins in the woods | Flickr - No floorplans but I really like the burnt red metal roof, olive house paint and brown/stained window trim/door. Perfect in the forest setting like ours.

    This is what I want but with TV above and rustic Matching shelves to each side. Win win - get mantle and heat source