Firewood storage - not a matter of course
When it comes to firewood storage, you often think of something trivial and boring. It is not necessarily the truth. With our ideas you can not only store the firewood much more practical, but also much more stylish. Especially in winter, the fireplace is the favorite spot at home.
For those of you who do not have ultra-modern bioethanol fireplaces, the question is always open - how and most of all where do I store the firewood best. Today we show you many variations on how to make the woodpile aesthetically and artistically.
A very popular variant are the installation tables. They can be vertical and room-high, but also horizontal and symmetrical. Some look like built-in shelves and others are even shaped like arcades. The design depends on your facility. So ordered get the simple wooden clogs a completely different value. They provide a fresh structure in the room and liven up the otherwise cool surfaces of concrete, glass or metal. In this way you create more homeliness at home. Ask yourself, what happens to the installation tables in the summer? Well then, you can decorate them beautifully with driftwood or twigs in large vases and renew your interior again.
Einbaunische next to the fireplace
The unused corners in the living room or in the hallway can just as well be redesigned for storing firewood. Simple wooden shelves are also perfect for wood storage and look just as original. The wooden clogs also look better in storage baskets or boxes and give the ambience a rustic touch. For garden houses or bungalows, you can even decorate the entire exterior walls with firewood. It is convenient and looks very nice too.
Use these great ideas to rethink firewood storage at your home. Maybe you've missed something so far. Perhaps a new installation niche would be just the thing for you or the corner as it could prove quite convenient. Be more open to the new and create more order and comfort!
Arcade-shaped and symmetrical
Rustic with white brick wall
In the warm season, we usually move the firewood outside. The same rules apply here. Everything should be ordered and stylish. It is best to store the wood on your covered terrace or back in nooks and crannies. You can also use large shelves or store the wooden clog under concrete benches. This saves space and creates structure. Another advantage is that your firewood is well protected from rain and moisture.
Use the corner at the entrance
Use the unused fireplace as a decoration
Open hearth of stone slabs
Wall shelf full of firewood
Demanding in an open plan of living
Harmonious contrast of wood and granite
Room divider and wooden niche in one
Woodburning stove and open beam ceilings
Storage area above the firewood
Practical and aesthetic
Open bricks and storage boxes
Symmetrical installation tables made of concrete
Open shelf full of wooden clogs
Protected under the canopy
Natural stone look by the fireplace
Rustic fireplace with storage space
Discreet in the corner
Cosiness at the pool
Open fireplace and Mediterranean environment
Bungalow decorated with firewood
In-recess over the fireplace
Symmetrical and challenging
Eclectic and balanced
Firewood shelf on the covered terrace
Full fireplace in the summer as a decoration