Real installations, real homes

Real installations, real homes

Are you looking for inspiration for a fireplace update? We’ve collated a round-up of some of our case studies from real homeowners to help you get started with your search for a stove or fire!

Boutique style with an electric fire

Amy from @myfirstburrow mixes old and new in her interior style. Opting for an electric fire for the complete ease of convenient heat that requires very little maintenance, Amy chose a Gazco eReflex 85R – and she loves it! With her bold boutique-inspired styling, we think this electric fire makes the perfect centrepiece. Read more about Amy’s home here.

Sleek contemporary wood burner

TG Designer Homes offer sleek and contemporary home design, and love to feature Stovax products in their projects. Opting for a Stovax Studio 2 Freestanding wood burning stove, they love that they are able to offer an alternative heat source on a cold day. Plus, the Studio 2 wood burner is Ecodesign Ready, reducing emissions to a minimum! Read more about TG Designer Homes here.

Modern meets traditional

Laura from @beresfordetc loves modern meets traditional styling, and needed a wood burning fire for renovating her 1910 property. Attracted by reputation, she chose Stovax and opted for the Riva 66 multi-fuel fire which offers clean lines and is well suited to both contemporary or more traditional interiors. Find out more about Laura’s home here.

Looks like the real deal

Penny and Michael opted for a gas log burner which looks so realistic it could be mistaken for a wood burning stove. They chose the Gazco Vogue Gas Midi Midline for its timeless style and integrated log store – not to mention the ample heat it provides at the touch of a button. Read more about their oak framed home here.

Your local retailer

With this inspiration in mind, we hope you’re a little closer to choosing a product for your fireplace update. Have a browse of our broad range of stoves and fires, and speak to your local retailer to find out more and to arrange a site survey for installation.

Please note, we recommend the use of decorative/constructional hearths. Find out more about when a hearth is needed on our website. We also advise that there is the required distance between your stove and any combustibles. It’s important to refer to your instruction manual for the minimum clearance distances for your own model of stove. Please note that Stovax & Gazco accept no liability for their installation suitability, safety or building regulations conformance. The images shown are from real independent homes, and these form no basis of an installation recommendation by Stovax or Gazco. Please consult the complete installation instructions for your chosen product and consult with an appropriately qualified person for your own installation.

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Posted by on March 1, 2021