Spruce Stove

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Created as a collaboration project between Dutch designers Roel de Boer and Michiel Martens, the Spruce Stove is a creative twist on the concept of wood burning stoves.

Typically after you bring your logs home from the woods, you have to cut each log into smaller pieces that will fit into the stove. Not with Spruce Stove. Simply place the massive log onto the fully adjustable  stands, and begin feeding it right into the stove, bit by bit. The stove will continue to burn until the log is completely gone. To help not only absorb, but also radiate heat, the stove has been outfitted with a set of fireproof concrete bricks on the inside, and steel fins on the outside. This beautiful stove will keep you warm and toasty during the winter.

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