Decorative ideas for firewood storage roll into my thoughts on this first official day of fall.
During our hurricane damage property overview, I happen to notice the chimney clean out is in need of just that.
Antique Hessian Soldier Andirons
Dave the Builder will put on his chimney sweep hat and get the job done.
I, on the other hand, will adorn myself in a chic fall of it all party hat while introducing home and hearth to decorative ideas for firewood storage.
In fall we spruce up and prepare our homes for the season, placing the emphasis on cozy and comfortable.
There’s nothing like a toasty warm fire in a safe and ready for the season fireplace to conquer and complement a crisp fall chill.
With that also comes the seasonal decorating project of making life easier.
Implementing decorative ways to house firewood, fire starters, fatwood, pine cones, newspapers, and safety matches at the ready is a sure fire way of marrying seasonal style with seasonal convenience.
Crisp fall days into chilly fall evenings into winter holidays frame a cozy and warm fireside narrative.
Fall air is crisp air, and goodness knows winter air chills to the bone.
September through March is prime snuggle weather.
Settling in and warming up in front of a crackling fire sparks a fireside chat of comfort and joy.
Hit the play button to hear the sounds of crackling things to come.
The Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young classic “Our House” frames a lovely fall scene and heard.
I’ll light the fire🔥
You put the flowers in the vase that you bought today
Staring at the fire for hours and hours while I listen to you
Play your love songs all night long for me, only for me
Come to me now and rest your head for just five minutes,
everything is good
Such a cozy room, the windows are illuminated by the
Sunshine through them, fiery gems for you, only for you
Our house is a very, very, very fine house with two cats in the yard
Life used to be so hard
Now everything is easy ’cause of you
And our la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la
Firewood stacked with purpose and style is part of the warm and cozy equation.
One Kings Lane
This is where making home and hearth life easy with decorative ideas for firewood storage by the fireplace or fireplace adjacent enters the picture.
Coming up with unique and decorative options to house and hold firewood is not a huge challenge.
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Copper pots, cauldrons, boilers, coal scuttles, and buckets in warm tones prove to be excellent fireplace focal points of visual interest.
Crisp and cold weather around the fireplace essentials can exist “out of the box” and in decorative harmony with the rest of your decor.
Tapered Log Basket
Tall Log Basket
Pretty is as pretty stores.
Two leather belts later and you’ve got yourself a custom log carrier-holder-tote.
Blanket chests and painted trunks rank high on my suggestion list of decorative ideas for firewood storage.
The Inn at Kenmore Hall – One Kings Lane
This is the form and function part of the show and tell show.
Rich in provenance, distinctive detail, unique form and functionality, antique and vintage chests are a great option for firewood storage.
Vintage and in the style of vintage wooden crates also do a fall fabulous job of storing firewood, fire starters, pine cones and the like.
A pine crate is lovely enough in its natural state, but if it’s not your first choice of finish let the fall decor project good times begin.
Stain or spray paint in your preferred designer color and/or add a transfer or stencil to customize.
So pretty in the firelight.
Striking pieces will complete the fireplace decorating scheme.
Rentas Fiberstone Pot Planter
American Carved Wood Hand Form Match Safe
The Wandering Rabbit Cast Iron Matchstick Sculpture
Ohio Stoneware Crock
Italian Hand- Carved 19th Century Fire Bellows
Sharkey Boot Jack Cricket
Classic Shanghai Style Water Bucket
Plow & Hearth Deluxe Double-Bottom Metal Fireplace Ash Bucket with Lid
Fall festive with year round presence.
In a myriad of styles to choose from, outdoor planters become eye-catching indoor essentials for housing fireplace accessories.
It’s official folks, fall has arrived!
No matter how you stack it, the chilly days and nights of fall call for cozy times and decorative ideas for firewood storage.