While trying to figure out what to do with an extremely shallow DC fireplace, we came across these charming (and compact) cast iron stoves...
Andrew Moore of Navigator Stove Works acquired the rights to produce a select number of the Lunenburg Foundry's traditional cast iron marine stoves. As their name suggests, marine stoves were originally designed for boats, but these adorable (sorry, we can't help ourselves) little stoves are finding a new purpose in small spaces on land - 300 square feet or less - where a larger, conventional wood burning stove would just be too big. This may be the perfect solution for people who didn't think they had enough space.
Available in colored porcelain enamel as well as traditional cast iron, these ruggedly beautiful stoves add a unique design element to any room
It's no secret that wood burning heat is an environmentally responsible alternative if you can get a good supply of well-managed wood locally. And of course, you simply can't beat the allure and ambiance of a wood burning stove.