It’s really cold today and I’m thinking fire. I’ve been looking for something attractive to keep the firewood contained indoors….
I LOVE THAT. Lurv it sumtin’ awful.
No idea who/where/how…I tore it out of a DWR catalog ages ago…probably a custom job.
UPDATE: Finally figured out it’s by Olle Lundberg in his California cabin.
When the CC gets comfortable with his welding, maybe this can be the ultimate project? Although, that’s a lot of heavy metal…I don’t really think that’s DIYable for us. Paying a metalsmith to make it sounds great, but it will probably be $1000…so…dream on….
This is cool….but, since I’m too cheap to pay $475 for it on Remodelista, maybe we can mold some lucite in the same shape…we’ve had success with lucite molding in the past (with the heat gun-not the crafty one, the real one that peels paint). It would have to be thicker than anything we’ve done before though….hmmmm…
This doesn’t look like it holds enough wood to get through one night. I want something that can hold 2-3 evenings worth so when it’s raining, you don’t have to drag in wood from the wet. Blomus for a mere $355….ouch!
This is nice…and only $95, but again, impractical b/c logs drop stuff. Lots of little bits of dust and wood shreds. I’d have to vacuum under it daily. For outdoors…great, but I’ve got that covered.
I’m sorry, but I think this is just stupid….uncomfortable and stupid. You can’t keep the same wood in there because of bugs, you’d have to rebuild your chaise every time you had a fire. Really, AK47.
Fugly. But it’s all I got, so I guess I’ll just stick with this $15 bin from Lowes until we fire up the heat gun and see what happens in lucite land…..