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Beauty & Function – The Art of Fire…
Following an exhaustive programme of research and development, Chesney’s is manufacturing a unique range of gas fires to suit its fireplaces.
Its new Alchemy range of gas fires successfully combine the latest technology, with a design aesthetic that places the product that surpasses the competition in terms of both beauty and functionality.
A burning fire is the very epitome of Christmas as it represents the heart of the home around which Christmas festivities unfold.
Chesney’s has launched a new collection of traditional and contemporary stoves available in up to ten finishes, including olive green and claret red: perfect for the festive season.
Providing warmth and light in an environmentally friendly way, a Chesney’s stove will be the focal point of the room and make for an unforgettably cosy Christmas.
Haddonstone, the UK’s leading manufacturer of fine garden and landscape ornaments, has completed a full costing review of its current ornament prices, which has led to over 70 price reductions.
The company has also absorbed the recent VAT price increase for both garden ornaments and fireplaces.
As a consequence there is now an increased range of planters that cost less than £100 including, the Plaited Basket, Belton Box, Etruscan Vase, House of Dun Urn and the Vine Urn; and the Small Key Planter is now only £15!
Significant savings include the popular Bayeux Fountain, which has been reduced from £1200 to £995 – saving more than £200!
Paul Chesney fireplace and wood burning stove expert and Managing Director of Chesney’s Fireplaces has provided a step by step account, of how to build a long lasting log or coal fire. Stage 1 – Place several fire-lighters on the base of the grate. An alternative to the traditional petroleum lighters and much more environmentally friendly, are natural firelighters made from compacted wood shavings dipped in untreated wax. Stage 2 – Twist and tie several separate sheets of newspaper and place these over the lighters. Step 3 – Arrange a layer of small pieces of dry kindling wood over the newspaper. Step 4 – Finish the fire with a layer of coal or several logs on top of the kindling. Step 5 – Light the paper and lighters around the outer edges of the base of the fire.
Depending on how strongly the chimney is drawing, the fire once established will have be stoked with further fuel to maintain a consistent heat.
A coal fire will generally need much less tending than a log fire as the fuel is consumed more slowly.
Christmas at Home begins with the tree and the fireplace… so Chesney’s has decorated one of its gorgeous fireplaces for this happy season.
The feel-good factor of a real fire can’t be underestimated, particularly during the short days of winter, whether watching a movie or relaxing with friends.
The magnificent Limoges chimney-piece in our picture is part of Chesney’s En Trumeau Collection:
Haddonstone – A leading UK manufacturer of fine cast stone for interiors and exteriors – is offering an elegant new range of fireplace options for this year!
Most importantly, the company now offers Hearths for use with the customer’s own stoves.
Haddonstone’s range of fireplaces, mantels and chimney-piece surrounds, has been dramatically expanded to offer customers a choice of seventeen standard surrounds, from the simple and stylish to the ornate and elegant.
A fireplace is the very epitome of Christmas, as it represents the heart of the home around which the Christmas festivities unfold.
Whether you dress your fireplace for maximum Christmas impact, to make a statement about your style and taste, or you use your fireplace as the focal point for family festivities, you can be sure that at Christmas time, more than any other time, your Chesney’s fireplace will be an eye-catching centre-piece of the room.
The Burlington fireplace in our picture, is a timeless design carved from Limestone.
Haddonstone – the UK’s leading manufacturer of cast stone for interiors and exteriors, is offering 15% off the retail price of their fireplaces and garden ornaments until 31st October 2008.
Whilst we can still enjoy the last glimpses of summer sun, there is still time to enhance your garden with a Haddonstone ornament; and, as Christmas is fast approaching, a contemporary ornament or traditional statue, may be the ideal present for a garden enthusiast this year.
With the weather quickly cooling down, now is the time to be thinking of ways to warm your home and a Haddonstone fire surround, is the perfect way to enhance any interior:
The magnificent Limoges chimneypiece is part of Chesney’s new En Trumeau Collection:
With an impressive overmantel, this stone fireplace is eminently majestic, yet retains an exquisite elegance thanks to its fine, hand-carved detail and its graceful central cavetto.
The French Cheminée en Trumeau could undoubtedly be the architectural centre-piece of any room and can be tailored to the necessary scale.
Haddonstone – a world-renowned manufacturer of cast stone garden ornaments and architectural features – can also provide spectacular cast stonework for use
inside almost any home.
The extensive range of architectural features, including half columns, balustrading and cladding can be used to enhance any design scheme, whether contemporary, classical or traditional:
As illustrated here, Haddonstone can provide the cast stonework for stunning orangeries.