storing wood

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I recently did a post about wood stoves and about fire places. Today’s post is about storing wood. You can use a special wood holder as featured in some of the images below or create an opening in the wall which can hold the logs Also, a lot of people just put the wood logs on the floor. This is also how we store the logs near our fire place.

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(image credits: 1. The Ranch Malibu, 2. Tim Bjørn for Bo Bedre, 3. Martin Dyrlov / via Bolig, 4. Nestor Martin, 5. Melanie Acevedo, 6. John Lewis, 7. Menossi, 8. Stylizimo)

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6 Responses to storing wood

  1. Oh a brilliant post. As someone who has just got two woodstoves I have been
    figuring out this exact thing! We have ended up with logs in shelves.
    Great share.
    Cara

  2. This is so great. Definitely need a good wood storage system in our home!

  3. Great idea, it will save the time and using small amount and place. You can also use the wood storing place to placed other things during summer.

  4. So beautiful to behold! My lifelong problem (as someone who has lived in a house with a wood stove since childhood) is all the bark, dirt, and BUGS that come out when you store the logs inside. Not sure if there’s a solution to that…

  5. I do trust all the concepts you have introduced for your post. They are really convincing and can certainly work. Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for starters. May just you please prolong them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

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