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10 Favorites: The Well-Stacked Indoor Wood Pile

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10 Favorites: The Well-Stacked Indoor Wood Pile

December 26, 2017

A good stack of wood, as design element and functional solution, never gets old. Here are 10 examples of indoor piles done well.

N.B.: For keeping outside, see The Well-Kept Woodpile: 10 Tips to Stack and Care for Firewood Outdoors.

At Tiina Laakonen&#8
Above: At Tiina Laakonen’s house in the Hamptons, a perfectly-stacked wood pile is inset into the living room wall. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home. For more of the house, see Rhapsody in Blue: A Finnish Stylist at Home in the Hamptons.
A bench at the Table on Ten retreat in the Catskills is built from stacks of wood. See more at A Catskills Cabin Up the Hill from a Local Favorite, Available for Rent.
Above: A bench at the Table on Ten retreat in the Catskills is built from stacks of wood. See more at A Catskills Cabin Up the Hill from a Local Favorite, Available for Rent.
Anthony Esteves keeps two open cabinets in the kitchen stacked with wood for the oven in his Spruce Head, Maine, house. Photography by Greta Rybus from The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine.
Above: Anthony Esteves keeps two open cabinets in the kitchen stacked with wood for the oven in his Spruce Head, Maine, house. Photography by Greta Rybus from The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine.
A neatly stacked wood pile next to the fireplace mantel at Michelle McKenna&#8
Above: A neatly stacked wood pile next to the fireplace mantel at Michelle McKenna’s London house. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home. For more of the house, see Steal This Look: A Fairy-tale Kitchen in London.
A full wall of stacked firewood at Lacrimi Si Sfinti restaurant in Bucharest, Romania, from Romanian Rustic Meets Nordic Modern.
Above: A full wall of stacked firewood at Lacrimi Si Sfinti restaurant in Bucharest, Romania, from Romanian Rustic Meets Nordic Modern.
Inset stacked firewood at Lidkoeb in Copenhagen from The Most Happening Bar in Copenhagen, Flames Included.
Above: Inset stacked firewood at Lidkoeb in Copenhagen from The Most Happening Bar in Copenhagen, Flames Included.
A built-in alcove for firewood stacks in Lisa Jones and James Hyatt&#8
Above: A built-in alcove for firewood stacks in Lisa Jones and James Hyatt’s house on Shelter Island. Photograph by Jonathan Hökklo from A Fashion Buyer’s Danish-Inspired Getaway on Shelter Island.
At design store and cafe Caro in Somerset, a nonworking fireplace turned wood pile alcove from Caro: A Design Shop by Way of Love in Somerset.
Above: At design store and cafe Caro in Somerset, a nonworking fireplace turned wood pile alcove from Caro: A Design Shop by Way of Love in Somerset.
At the Ferry Boat Inn in Cornwall, a stack of firewood becomes a design element with ends painted red, green, and blue. Photograph from The Ferry Boat Inn:  Ideas to Steal from a Seaside Pub in Cornwall.
Above: At the Ferry Boat Inn in Cornwall, a stack of firewood becomes a design element with ends painted red, green, and blue. Photograph from The Ferry Boat Inn: 15 Ideas to Steal from a Seaside Pub in Cornwall.
A living room with e&#8
Above: A living room with e15’s Tafel HP01 benches features a low wood pile running the length of the room. Photograph from Hive Modern.

For more around the hearth, see our post 10 Favorites: Minimalist Fireplaces from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

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