Why You Should Invest in One
Wood burners are great for those who want to keep energy bills down, and they’re a super stylish addition to a room too.
We think of conservatories as places to enjoy during the summer, but there’s no reason why they can’t be utilised all year round. Yes, they do get chilly in the winter – there’s no getting around that. While they don’t retain heat as well as the other rooms in your home, they can be heated though. If you invest in something like say, a wood burner, you can keep your conservatory warm and toasty all throughout the colder months. So, to help you get the most out of your conservatory this winter, here are some of the best wood burners out there.
Flavel Arundel Wood Burning Stove
Now, when you picture a wood burner you’ll more than likely have a traditional piece in mind. The Flavel Arundel Wood Burning Stove is far from old-fashioned though. The large glass pane and sleek, minimal design give this wood burner a really modern feel. It will fit right in with a more contemporary conservatory as well. The result? You get the best of both worlds!
Mendip 5 SE Claret Enamel Stove
Want to bring a little bit of retro charm to your conservatory? Then go for the Mendip 5 SE Claret Enamel Stove. The most eye-catching aspect of this wood burner is the traditional hand enamelled finish. Available in a wide range of colours, the most striking of which is bright red, this will be a really stylish talking point in your conservatory.
Morso 7648 Wood Burning Stove
If you’re trying to add a little Scandi style to your conservatory, then you’ll love the Morso 7648 Wood Burning Stove. This stylish cylindrical stove is ultra-modern and will look great in the centre of a room thanks to its eye catching pedestal. It’s DEFRA approved too, making it the perfect addition to a conservatory with serious style and efficiency aspirations.
Chesney’s Shoreditch XLS 4 Series Stove
Last but not least is Chesney’s Shoreditch XLS 4 Series Stove. This stove is the perfect combination of modern and traditional designs. The log store in the base gives it a rustic feel, but the clean lines and cool grey colour are very much contemporary. As a result, this is a wood burner that would fit into any design scheme.
Why choose a wood burner?
Wood burners are great at warming up a room quickly – and you just can’t beat a real fire for that cosy feeling. It’s important that you have your wood burner installed by a professional and that all current regulations are adhered to. If you live in a smoke-controlled area, be sure to check that your new wood burner is DEFRA approved. As long as you pick carefully, there’s no reason why you can’t add one to your luxury conservatory.
Which one is right for you?
Investing in a wood burner for your conservatory means that you can heat the room quickly and efficiently. They’re also incredibly stylish, and make for a great focal point to build the design scheme for the rest of your conservatory around. Whether you’ve got a traditional conservatory or a modern glass winter garden, there’s no reason why keeping it warm means sacrificing on style. So, which one will you go for?