Arts & Crafts Winter Heating Options

Technology, fittings, and finery to warm the hearth, the room, and thee

Sinatra Cuisine masonry heater.

Designed in Germany, the Sinatra Cuisine masonry heater with a bake oven releases heat slowly over a long period of time. Built of solid soapstone, it measures 75 ” high x 56″ wide. Customization available. M. Teixeira Soapstone, (877) 478-8170

Coyuchi blankets.

Made in a small, family-owned mill from sustainably produced wool, these blankets are detailed simply with a timeless pattern of three narrow strips and finished with whip-stitching. They’re available as a throw or in queen size, Coyuchi, (888) 418-8847

Ironhaus fireplace doors.

Conserve fuel beautifully with fireplace doors in the Mediterranean style, blacksmith-forged from quarter-inch-thick steel. Options include tempered or ceramic glass, and inset mesh and sealed gaskets. Custom price through dealers. Ironhaus, (866) 880-0900

Ultimate Steam Shower.

Convert an everyday shower into a luxurious heated spa with the Ultimate Steam Shower. This all-in-one package includes a steam head, Serenity light/sound/rain head, a WiFi module, ThermaTouch control pad, easy-start exterior control, plus a six-pack of essential oils. ThermaSol, (800) 776-0711

Hand-forged andirons with ring hooks.

These hand-forged andirons with ring hooks accommodate sizeable logs or can even carry a spit. The andirons are 18″ high x 16″ deep. Historic Housefitters, (800) 247-4111

UF series baseboard radiators.

These UF series baseboard radiators throw heat effectively and all but disappear on a wall, under a window, or tucked into a recess. The three-panel version produces up to 770 BTUs per foot. UF3s in 3′ widths. Runtal North America, (800) 526-2621

Log holder from the Hammered Iron Collection.

With old-English flourishes and copper rivets, the log holder from the Hammered Iron Collection is made by artisan blacksmiths, then hand-painted in a burnished bronze finish. It measures 15″ long x 15 ” deep x 16″ high. Balsam Hill, (888) 552-2572

The Field Lilies rug.

Nothing warms the floor like a carpet hand-woven from New Zealand wool. The Field Lilies is based on a design interpreted from a ca. 1900 fabric by Archive Edition Textiles. The Persian Carpet, (919) 489-8362

A paintable maple door.

Keep the winter wind at bay with storm panels in a hand-built screen door. Glazing options include tempered and low-E glass. This is a paintable maple door in the Old Fashion pattern. Vintage Doors by Yesteryear’s, (800) 787-2001

Barrel sauna.

Barrel saunas are made from spruce or cedar staves that expand and contract to form a tight seal. The Canopy Barrel sauna has an inset outdoor sitting area and arrives fully outfitted and ready for assembly. Almost Heaven, (888) 355-3050  

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Founded in 1973, Old House Journal is the original authority when it comes to old-house restoration, traditional house styles, period kitchens, bath & kitchen restoration, DIY projects, gardens & landscaping, and more-- from Colonial and Victorian through Arts & Crafts and Mid-century Modern homes. 

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