New Fireplace Trends in 2013

New Fireplace Trends in 2013

With so many benefits to recommend them, and with ever greater energy efficiency, it is little surprise that more and more people are choosing to install a fireplace or stove in their homes. So far this year, Manor House Fireplaces has been able to help many people to find the perfect heating solution for their living rooms and other areas. While all of the stoves have attracted interest, there are many modern fireplaces to buy which are on trend in 2013. Here’s a quick guide to a few aspects of the Manor House Fireplace range that are currently very appealing to our customers.

Log burners

contura 810For the perfect blend of modern technological efficiency and the classic warmth only wood can provide, log burners are ideal. Thanks in part to their attractive design and contemporary appeal, wood burning stoves like the Contura 810 and the Riva Studio 1FS, are an increasingly popular choice with customers looking for a modern log burner with ecological credentials. The great thing about log burners is that they are carbon neutral; any carbon dioxide they emit is offset by the oxygen produced when the tree was growing.

Cast iron fireplaces

kensington insertsClassic, sturdy and very popular, those looking for a fireplace with a traditional look and feel are turning to cast iron as their favoured material. Many of the cast iron fireplaces in the Manor House range are inspired by period originals, so customers can benefit from the attractiveness that an Art Nouveau or Arts & Crafts-inspired fireplace such as the Victorian Tiled Convector can provide. There is also the popular EcoCast, which is available in convection open, glass and balanced flue versions.

Hole in the Wall Gas Fires

studio 2 glassFor a truly modern fireplace, that suggests luxury as well as sophistication, a hole in the wall gas fire is a must. Available in sleek and elegant frames, these hole in the wall gas fires make an appealing and decorative addition to any wall space. There is something truly calming and soothing about being to watch a fire burn gently behind glass, and the models available in the Manor House range have been particularly appealing for customers. From very classy fireplaces like the Studio 2 Glass, to fireplaces which have a traditional touch like the Meridian HE with its log fuel bed and optional brick effect fire lining, there is something about a hole in the wall fireplace that it makes it such an attractive option.

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