Our client wanted to position a contemporary stove in the corner of this fabulous open-plan kitchen / living area, so we recommended the amazing Scan 80 as its prism shape means 180 degree view of the flames. We installed it on a shaped hearth to match the proportions of the stove. Wherever you stand in this great space you have a view of the fire.
Our customer really wanted a Scandinavian contemporary feel in this newly refurbished open-plan kitchen area. They selected the Scan 83 in glossy white. We installed it on a shaped hearth matching the radius of the fire, with flue in black to match the hearth and contrast the fire. The customer is delighted and we think it looks stunning!
Our installers created this clean opening with a rendered chamber and a quarry tile hearth. The chimney was lined and this Clearview Pioneer installed on the smallest legs (2″) available. We love the colour choice for the chimney breast and chamber.
We often get asked whether you can have wood burners in a conservatory or orangery. In most cases we can find a solution like this install we did in Solihull of the amazing Danish Rais Viva freestanding stove on a circular slate hearth. Our customer and his dog both loved the new stove! It is a great way to use spaces like this all year round.
An old style gas fire was removed and the opening remodelled to take this Woodwarm Firegem. We love how our customer has decorated the room with the log burner as the centrepiece. When opting for a brick hearth like they have it is often a good idea to have a simple opening with a rendered and painted chamber, creating nice contrasts.
Our customer wanted to replace their dated gas fire prior to redecorating the room. We built out the chimney breast to fit a Scan 1001 inset stove with a bespoke Portland stone surround and slips all designed by our in-house team. Certainly a transformation to the room!
Our customer wanted a contemporary stove to heat their conservatory during the winter months. With a number of dogs they wanted to keep this space warm for long periods and hence went for the soapstone panels on this Rais Rina meaning more efficient heat retention. A panel was replaced in the roof to allow for our black twin wall chimney system which ran up the rear of the property.
Our client wanted a contemporary fireplace as the centrepiece for their new open plan kitchen / living area. Building a chimney breast from scratch we installed this 3-sided Rais inset stove allowing better views of the fire from different areas within the space. The fire was finished off with the customers splitface slate tiles.
The classic stove choice for our customers with big inglenook fireplaces. The Clearview Vision comes with a flat top as standard however our brief here was to fill as much space as possible but we couldn’t go beyond 8kW in heat output. This customer already had a Clearview Pioneer so knew how amazing a stove they are and therefore the Clearview Vision was an easy choice.
Our customer really wanted a contemporary feel in this newly refurbished living area. They selected the Rais Viva in white with 3-sided glass. We installed it on a granite hearth with flue in black to match the hearth and contrast the fire. We think it looks amazing!