There are so many satisfying ways to neatly stack firewood—on shelves, in open-air sheds, under tarpaulins. Here are 10 of our favorite weatherproof ways to stack logs and kindling this winter.
Above: From Australia, the Wood Stacker is $2,200 AU ($1,587 USD) from Unearthed (custom designs are available).
Above: A 43-inch-tall Steel Log Rack made by Pleasant Hearth measures 40 inches in diameter and is 14 inches deep. It is $162.99 from Wayfair.
Above: A 14-inch-deep Steel U Shaped Firewood Rack measures 91 inches wide and 41 inches tall and is $156.99 from Wayfair.
Above: Made of steel, Custom Metal Screening keeps firewood tidy. For pricing and information, see Herrhammer.
Above: A seven-foot-tall metal Firewood Shelf from Germany-based garden furniture manufacturer Garpa is £780 ($1,162).
Above: A weatherproof Wooden Log Store made of spruce is £148.50 ($221) from Garden Trading (assembly required).
Above: A Log Store from Euroheat has a pre-fitted felt shingle roof and is £226.80 ($338).
Above: A Three Bay Store holds firewood and standard size garbage bins; made to order from locally sourced sawn timber. For pricing and more information, see Devon Log Stores.
Above: A Self-Stretching Tarpaulin available in two sizes has reinforced eyes and corners; prices range from £47 to £60 ($70 to $89) from Manufactum.
Above: An eight-foot Woodhaven Firewood Rack made of 16-gauge steel comes with a tarpaulin cover and holds a half cord of wood; $199 from Woodland.
For more winter warmth, see:
- 10 Easy Pieces: Firewood Log Carriers
- DIY: How to Make a Roaring (and Eco-Friendly) Wood Fire.
- Domestic Dispatches: Good-Bye to the Romance of the Wood-Burning Fireplace?
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