Sweet Hearts Motif Stove by Palazzetti



Love, love, love! It suites perfectly this sweet stove called La Graciosa. It is the beginning of autumn and the temperatures have the tendency to get low. It is the sign which shows you that you need to think of a source of heat for your home. This source of heat should provide you warm and comfort so that you can feel great in your house. Its design should also be attractive and nice so that you can match it with the atmosphere that you would like to get inside your house.

La Graciosa is a lovely stove designed by Palazzetti in collaboration with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.It is perfect for those who declare themselves in love to eternity or would like that their interior design express warm and love. The hearts motif of La Graciosa and the heart shaped window through which you can admire the flames of fire makes you think of a romantic atmosphere that you can share with your beloved person.


Its round, rectangular and vertical shape allows you to put it anywhere you please while the Hot Stone material assures its gradual heating up and staying hot long after you have turned it off. La Graciosa is fully programmable and provides constant heat which can be distributed via radiation and convection technology.


Published by in Furniture, on October 3rd, 2011

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