Firewood storage – no obvious matter
When it comes to wood camps, you think often about something trivial and boring. It is but not necessarily the truth. With our ideas, you can store the firewood not only much more convenient, but also much more stylish. Especially now in winter, the fireplace is the most favorite place at home. For these of you who have no ultra modern bio-ethanol fireplaces, the question is open again and again – how and especially where I keep the best firewood. Today we show many variations you can make the woodpile aesthetically and artistically.
The recessed niches are a very popular variation. They can be vertical and space high or but also horizontally and symmetrically. Some look as built-in shelves and others are formed even as arcades. The design depends on your Setup. The simple wooden doorway get so assigned a 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, they create more comfort at home. Ask yourself, what happens with the recessed niches in the summer? Well then, you can decorate this beautiful with Driftwood or branches in large vases and again to renew your interior.
Niche next to the fireplace
The unused corners in the living room or the hallway can be transformed as well for storing firewood. Simple wood racks are suitable for wood storage also perfectly and look as original. The wooden doorway look better also in storage baskets or boxes and add a rustic touch to the ambience. Garden houses or bungalows, you can decorate even the whole exterior walls with the firewood. It is practical and looks also still very nice.
Take advantage of these great ideas home to rethink the firewood storage you. Maybe you have missed until now something. Perhaps a new niche would be just right for you or the corner could be comfortably full. 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 move firewood after usually out there. Here, the same rules apply. Everything should look organized and stylish. Best store the wood on your covered patio or in recessed niches and corners. You can use large racks or keep the wooden doorway under a concrete bench. To save space and create structure. Also, another advantage is that your firewood is well protected from the rain and the wet.
Use the corner at the entrance
The unused fireplace as decorative use
Open fireplace of stone slabs
Wall shelf full of firewood
Challenging in open living plan
Harmonious contrast between wood and granite
Room divider and wooden niche in one
Fireplace and open beamed ceilings
Storage space on the firewood
Practical and aesthetic
Open brick and storage boxes
Symmetrical recessed niche made of concrete
Open shelf full of wooden blocks
Protected under the canopy
Natural stone look at the fireplace
Rustic fireplace with storage space
Discreetly in the corner
Cosiness at the pool
Open fireplace and Mediterranean environment
Decorated Bungalow with firewood
Niche above the fireplace
Balanced and challenging
Eclectic and balanced
Firewood rack on the covered terrace
Full fireplace in the summer as a decoration