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Appliances: Morso Wood Stoves

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Appliances: Morso Wood Stoves

Julie Carlson December 20, 2010

Spotted in Dwell: a simple, sustainable, energy-efficient cabin in Maine, designed by architect Alex Scott Porter. We especially like the classic cast iron wood stove from Danish company Morso. Made of 98 percent recycled materials, Morso stoves meet the strictest environmental standards (the company has received 27 Nordic Swan eco labels). Go to Morso for dealer information.

Above; Architect Alex Scott Porter used the tiny Classic Forest Stove from Morso, which is based on a design from the 1930s. At 28 inches high, 13 inches wide, and 28 inches deep, the Forest Stove is a good small-space choice.

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