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Feel that nip in the air? Here are 5 firewood holders to guarantee cosy evenings

by Marlene Wessels
29th Sep 2018

There is little more cosy or comforting than sitting down in front of a roaring open fire, the smell of the burning wood, the crackling and sparks as it burns and the glowing heat. Be sure to keep it going with a well stocked pile of wood close by. The last thing you want to do is trek outside into the cold and rain for a few more logs. Here are a roundup of some or our favourite firewood holders.

firewood holders

House Log Holder

A very own house for your precious logs. The house-shaped log and kindling holder is simple and fun, crafted from black iron metal. From €36, Graham and Green.


firewood holders

Don’t be square

With a sturdy base and circular design, the solid iron log holder will add a contemporary touch to your fireside. Round Iron Log Holder, around €73, Cox & Cox.


firewood holders

Small and tidy

The oak frame holds a 100% natural Leather hammock for resting your logs. Oak & Leather Firewood Holder, €190, Lamb Design

firewood holders

Natural beauty

The tall rattan log holder is perfect for narrow spaces. Natural Kubu Rattan Log holder, €116, The Blue Door.


firewood holders

Standing tall

Simple and functional, the Turner Log Rack will add an industrial, contemporary element to your home. Turner Log Rack, from €99.95, Meadows & Byrne. 


Featured image: Annie Spratt via Unsplash 

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