Stovax Sheraton 5 Wide features in new series of Old House, New Home

Stovax Sheraton 5 Wide features in new series of Old House, New Home

In his brand new series of Old House, New Home, George Clarke helps people update their period homes for contemporary living. Stovax featured in Episode 1 of the new series, with a Sheraton 5 Wide - the ideal heating solution for updating a traditional home to a modern sanctuary.

Old House, New Home with George Clarke is back on Channel 4, and we were thrilled to have featured in the first episode with a Stovax Sheraton 5 Wide log burner.

In West Yorkshire, Pip is renovating the house that she grew up in, making for a difficult and emotional journey as features are changed, and walls are knocked through.

The house offers a large space, but was split to accommodate two families. As a result, many of the rooms are undersized, dark, and lack a sense of flow.

The transformation is astounding. Pip and her husband Neil have renovated a once-dated and dingy space into a modern, light-filled and airy property. In the sitting room, warm colours make an inviting and cosy room whilst the Sheraton 5 Wide log burner takes pride of place.

With its nod to period design, and an expansive view of the flames, the Sheraton 5 Wide makes the ideal focus in this space, complementing the choice of contemporary but classic interior styling. Ecodesign Ready, this multi-fuel wood burner also lowers emissions to a minimum, making it the perfect solution to those that want to make an impact on air quality and environmental targets.

If you like the look of this stove, and want to recreate the look, speak to your local retailer who can provide more information. Catch up on this episode of Old House, New Home by heading to the All4 website.

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Posted by on November 5, 2019