Planning your next home updates? With so many gas stove options out there, it’s hard to find something that stands out from the crowd. Enter the Loft gas stove from Gazco – tall, striking, and available in an array of sizes and styling options.
The Loft gas log burner comes in six different sizing configurations, giving you an option for almost any home. From the tall statement Loft with log store and top section, to the ultra-modern wall mounted version, whichever option is selected, this log burner makes the ideal heating solution for contemporary renovations that want a hint of Nordic flair.
The black glass that runs on the exterior is echoed within the firebox itself, using Gazco’s signature EchoFlame black glass lining. This lining reflects the flames inside, enhancing the depth and giving the impression of busier flames. Contrasted with the sophisticated matt steel body, the result is a high-end gas log burner that boasts contemporary elegance.
Aside from the different sizing configurations, you can also choose a different finish for the plinth and log store bases, to make a difference from the standard steel. Castillo grey sandstone and luxurious woodgrain sandstone are both available, enhancing your choices and making this gas stove incredibly versatile for different tastes of interior décor.
The flames of this stove dance around hand painted realistic logs, making for a very authentic-looking display. Plus, Loft gas stoves can be controlled with a programmable thermostatic handset, allowing you to control the fire via remote from the comfort of your sofa.
For those renovating an existing chimney and modernising a space, this stove is suitable for conventional flue installations. Likewise, if you do not have an existing chimney, balanced flue versions of the Gazco Loft open up your possibilities further. You can find out more about how the different flue installations work here.
Many of our independent retailers can be found on social media – if you like the look of this contemporary log burner, we recommend speaking to your local retailer who can advise on the best size, finish, and installation type to suit your home renovations.