Chesney wood burner in Atlantic blue

Chesney’s Beaumont Wood Burner in Atlantic Blue, Ash Green, Surrey

The beautiful stove chosen for this installation was a Chesney’s Beaumont wood burner finished in Atlantic Blue. When choosing a coloured stove often the subtler the colour the better the effect, which is why we like the Atlantic blue and also the sage green from Chesney’s.

This job involved removing a large brick fireplace which had been installed in the 1960’s. After inspection it became apparent that the chimney required repointing. Luckily this property is a bungalow so the access requirements were quite minimal. The chimney was repointed, flaunting replaced and disused chimney pot capped. We then lined the chimney with a stainless steel flexible flue from Poujoulat. The fireplace interior was finished in a lime render whilst the front and sides of the chimney breast were plastered. There heart here is a honed granite (that is a smooth, matt finish granite).

Notice how the customer has painted the chimney breast a dark blue colour similar to the stove, but has painted the interior of the fireplace in a mid grey tone. It is always a good idea when choosing colours to make sure that you retain contrast between the stove and the inside of the fireplace. If you were to paint the inside of the fireplace to match the stove the definition of the stove can become lost in shadow.

Remodelling this customers fireplace and installing an efficient wood burner has totally changed the feel of the room. It’s given a beautiful aesthetic whilst also being a practice way to heat the room.

If you would like to explore the options of updating your fireplace with a new Woodburner then please get in touch.

ornate wood burner in Atlantic blue

Chesney wood burner in Atlantic blue

cream cast iron stove with rustic mantle piece

Cream Cast Iron Stove & Twin Wall Flue Installation, Godalming, Surrey

This the F100, a cast iron multi fuel stove by Jotul. The stove is finished in a cream enamel. This was an existing open fireplace with an unusable chimney. We ran a new Poujoulat twin wall chimney system though the bedroom above, through the loft space and exiting through the roof. The customer specified a light coloured hearth, which is a textured but lightly polished sandstone. The huge oak mantlepiece was found at a local reclamation yard and then finished sand blasted and oiled.

This stove gives a great centre piece to the room and matches perfectly the other decoration throughout the house.

Get in touch to discuss installation of a cast iron stove in your home.

cream enamel log burner with rustic mantle piece

Sage green Chesney's log burner with oak mantlepiece

Chesney’s Salisbury 4 Log Burner in Sage Green, Alton, Hampshire

This beautiful log burner is by Chesney’s – they offer a range of alternative colours including Atlantic blue & sage green. The subtlety of the colour is what makes it so appealing to the eye. This installation involved opening the fireplace up to the original width, heatproof render on the inside and plaster on the chimney breast front. The mantle piece is especially deep with a rustic look and a natural danish oil finish. The hearth is a textured grey granite & the stove is a Chesney’s Salisbury 4 in sage green finish. Combined with the final decoration of the room this installation looks amazing.

Sage green Chesney's log burner with oak mantlepiece

deep oak mantlepiece with sage green log burner

log burner with granite hearth and oak mantle

small log burner with oak mantlepiece