Modern Fireplace / July 19, 2018 / Catalina Stearns.
When thinking of modern versions of a fireplace necessity, the log holder comes to mind. The older styles did the job of holding wood beside the hearth but not too close to the fireplace to allow for ease in keeping a fire going with more wood. Now, not only will the holder do just that, it will come in two pieces to make the job even easier to bring the wood inside.
Still another modern model you can find has a futuristic and visionary design with a spherical shape. From its square fascia to the pivoting base, this fireplace displays its versatile style and functionality. Its materials are a mix of fiberglass, tempered glass windscreen and vent free stainless steel burner. You can use it for indoor and outdoor. It can be customized to any other tones like black or white and other combinations. This model is also fuelled by denatured, eco-friendly and renewable energy bio-ethanol.
Modern fireplaces over the years have become sophisticated and elegant in their designs as well as eliminating the need for cleanup or wood storage. Some great improvements with the growth of free standing fireplaces and wall mounted fireplaces is that they come in so many different styles offering great choices for any room in the home. Choosing a fireplace that is minimalist or one that is more traditional, will enhance any design style of the home you are adding this great heating option. Today's modern fireplaces are very sleek, stylish and futuristic in their designs. Whichever style you choose in a fireplace, it will definitely change the way the space looks and feels.
The Enclume 5EN-LR10 actually has a separate canvas bag to carry the wood in with and then store it in the log holder. This helps with the transport of the wood inside. As with all of the Enclume log holders they are very modern looking and durable for long service. Also, Enclume is an American company. Another quality, made in the USA product. Modern fireplace tools will do the same job if not better than the older version. Remember, get the flue cleaned prior to using it this winter and keep your wood dry and close to the back door.