There are few sights more comforting than a glowing hearth. Whether you prefer the ambience of a highly realistic log-effect fire or the more minimalist approach of a stone or glass fuel effect, the Studio inset gas fire range has a choice of built-in fires each showcasing the flames to their maximum potential.
Once you have identified whether you require a conventional or balanced flue fire, you can then decide upon which gas fire type is suitable for your heating and interior design needs. Studio fires are available with a choice of Log-effect, Driftwood-effect or Pebble & Stone fuel beds. Each of these stunning Studio gas fires is available with a whole host of decorative styling options and is testament to Gazco’s continued investment into inspired product design.
Ceramic pebbles positioned on a bed of stones offer an ambient beach vibe with this beautifully contemporary fuel effect for Glass Fronted Studio fires. Featuring tall flames that roll across the fire’s white stone bed, this stylish fuel effect makes a designer statement whilst offering a natural warmth. Pebble & Stone can be selected with EchoFlame Black Glass, Vermiculite or Black Reeded lining options.
Glass Fronted Studio gas fires can be selected with the highly realistic, hand-painted log effect fuel bed, for a natural wood burning aesthetic that looks just like a real log fire. Tall flames jump and dance between the logs for a mesmerising focal point that will captivate and entice. Log-effect can be selected with either the mirror-like EchoFlame Black Glass, light Vermiculite or elegant Black Reeded lining options.
Glass Fronted Studio fires can be selected with the highly realistic, weathered beach Driftwood-effect fuel bed – perfect for if you’re looking for something a little different from the traditional logs. Driftwood-effect can be complemented by Vermiculite, Black Reeded or either the depth-enhancing EchoFlame Black Glass.
Please note that due to the higher efficiency of the Glass Fronted Studios, Gazco does not recommend installing televisions above these fires.