Design

Fire Starters

Hearth-centered items impossible to resist.
By Jorge S. Arango

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Stash logs in Terrain’s iron Circle Log Holder. The iron hoop is divided into four sections you can fill as you wish—with kindling, logs, even tchotchkes. Left outside, the unit will rust attractively. $468; shopterrain.com

HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces collaborated with furniture company Cliff Young on this stunningly sculptural Faceted Fireplace, which runs on single-use alcohol gel cartridges and can be ordered in six different metal finishes (singly or in combination). From $31,572; hearthcabinet.com

The German company Blomus makes elegantly modern fireplace tools such as this five-piece Chimo set of matte stainless steel. This version comes with a frosted glass panel that, when turned toward the room, semi-obscures the tools. From $550; blomus.com

Designer John Lyle creates exquisite fireplace screens, andirons, and implements. His made-to-order, customizable Butterfly screen is available in a variety of fabricated metal finishes. $11,000 as shown; johnlyledesign.com

If you have no fireplace, you can still light a flame. Inventive candles from Otherland’s Manor House Weekend collection include scents such as Dappled Wood (sandalwood, toasted walnut, sweet hay) and Crisp Cornflower (corn silk, golden husk, water lily). $36; otherland.com

Made Market Co. houses their extra-long Vintage Apothecary Fireplace Matches in substantial handblown cylindrical vessels with wooden tops. Match tip colors are available in teal, gray, white, black, red, sage, or mixed colors. $36; mademarketco.com

Brandon Williams, co-founder of Modfire, designed Boxfire as a refresh of the standard square outdoor fireplace. The carbon steel design in high-temperature powder-coat finish allows you to see the fire while containing it elegantly. $2,950; modfire.com

Scully & Scully imports these Regal Club fireplace fenders from England. Made of polished brass and brown, burgundy, or green leather, such classic pieces were popular in 19th-century manor houses. $3,450; scullyandscully.com

Chesneys, the world’s premier English source for elegant mantelpieces and fireplace accessories, partnered with Caroline Ranicar of the London-based KLC School of Design on this pair of Modigliani-inspired andirons, the Modi fire dogs in polished steel. $1,815; chesneys.com

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