Here at JMS Wood Burning and Multi-Fuel Stoves, we are leading stove experts. From multi-fuel stoves, to wood-burning stoves, we have a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise. And we offer professional installation and advice to homeowners and property developers across the area. We have produced this guide to everything you should know about the different shape options for wood burning stoves.
What are the different shape options for wood burning stoves?
There are a number of different shape options available to choose from for your new wood burning stove. These include:
- Cylindrical stoves
- Rectangular stoves
- Rounded stoves
Cylindrical wood burning stoves
Wood burning stoves with a cylindrical shape are increasing in popularity, particularly for contemporary homes and contemporary interior design. These are often free standing and can make a dramatic visual impact in any space. Cylindrical stoves can also be teardrop shape or even completely round.
Rectangular wood burning stoves
These are probably the most common shape option for any stove, as many standard wood burning stoves are either rectangular or square. These are available in both highly contemporary designs, as well as very traditional design options, to suit any home. As the more standard stove shape, rectangular stoves can be easier to fit into standard fireplaces and alcoves.
Rounded wood burning stoves
Rounded wood burning stoves straddle the line between the cylindrical design and the rectangular design, using curved glass doors at the front, or curved side panels to transform a basic rectangular stove into something more contemporary.
Choosing the right shape stove
To choose the right shape stove for your property there are a couple of considerations to bear in mind. These include:
- The amount of space available
- The style and design of the room
For more information or advice, or to choose your new multi-fuel or wood burning stove, get in touch with the experts today, here at JMS Stoves.