Double soft seating by Linda Sieto



Fireplaces, along with a few other pieces are some of the most popular and beautiful ornamental elements you can have in a home and not only. Quite similar to a fireplace, an indoor stove can be a very beautiful accent piece for a home. You can put in the living room either in a corner or display it near a sitting area or cozy reading corner or you can also put in the bedroom, in the dining room or maybe even in the bathroom if the space and décor allow you to.

This is the Piet Indoor Stove. It was designed by Danish architect and mathematician Piet Hein from Cavallius. It has a simple design and it has a rustic charm while also looking modern. This eclectic beauty makes versatile and wonderful for a variety of decors and styles. This chimney-free indoor stove is wonderful because of its small dimensions. It can be a perfect accessory even for a small room and it will make it even more warm, inviting and cozy.

The stove burs ethanol instead of wood so it’s a modern version. It also has a brass reflector. It’s a corner accessory. Its design and shape make it perfect for this area of the room. Corners are particularly difficult to decorate and fireplaces or stoves are always marvelous accent pieces so this combination of great features makes the Piet Indoor Stove a stunning element to have in your home.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on September 25th, 2009

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