The Flatford 8kw a traditional and elegant fireplace

Fireplaces have always been like a big bonus in a home. A few years ago, if your home didn’t already have a fireplace, there wasn’t much you could do about it because it was too complicated. Nowadays everyone can have a fireplace.The fireplaces are a big attraction and they’ve fascinated us from the beginning.

There’s nothing like sitting in a comfy chair, relaxing and watching the flames struggle in the fireplace. It’s such a calming feeling. So you might consider buying a fireplace just for that. Of course, there are other advantages as well. If you prefer a traditional design with just a subtle modern touch, you might want to take a look at the Flatford 8kw.

This is a multi-fuel stove featuring a robust but still elegant look. It has a solid cast iron door and a large glass window that allows you enjoy watching the fire as much as you want. It’s a great feeling, hypnotizing even. The fireplace is available in either black, ivory, sage green, atlantic blue, terracotta or silver finish. Also, it’s available as as a 4KW wood burning stove and 6KW multi-fuel stove and it’s priced at £1,130.00. Despite its robust look, it’s actually more compact than the old fireplaces. Those were also incorporated in the wall in some cases, a big disadvantage.



Published by in Furniture, on September 8th, 2011

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