Stylish, atmospheric and efficient to run, woodburning stoves are a popular heat source for modern living spaces. When it comes to choosing a woodburning stove however, your decision will also be based on how the stove looks. So, we have put together a list of the latest stoves on offer.
Features to look out for:
- Cleanburn: Stoves with this labelling function in a way that burns the gases given off in the first burn, stopping them from escaping the flue or sooting up the glass screen.
- Airwash: Air is blown over the glass screen to prevent combustion gases from creating soot here.
- Opti-burn: Stovax offers this function which balances the heat output and the airwash function for a more efficient burn.
- Autopilot: Some stoves will self-regulate the air intake for maximum efficiency meaning you can sit back and relax rather than manually adjusting it.
Contura’s C596 has a glass door and sidelights encased in a white enamel finish. The clean burning system also keeps the glass clean. (contura.eu)
The new Small Vogue woodburner from Stovax is approved for use in DEFRA Smoke Control Areas. It costs from £1,095. (stovax.com)
Jøtul’s Scan 66-5 has a sweeping S-shaped base with integrated storage for logs, is available in black or white gloss and is DEFRA approved. Priced from £2,075. (scan.de)
The 6843 Morsø Foundry stove has an automatic self-closing door, a log storage base, and meets high environmental requirements. Priced at £1,600. (morso.co.uk)
The Langbrook 5kW Solid Fuel Stove from Dimplex has a tested heat output of 5kW and costs £729. (dimplex.co.uk)
Pyroclassic’s IV can be fitted with a water heating element, providing up to 3.7kW of hot water for all your domestic needs, and has a 10mm thick steel top plate which provides an excellent surface for boiling the kettle, slow cooking or even baking bread. POA. (pyroclassic.co.uk)
Dunsley’s Highlander 5 Enviroburn SOLO slimline woodburning stove, complete with pedestal design in a metallic blue finish, costs from £1,075.20. (dunsleyheat.co.uk)
The Greenstyle Bewdley Stove from Worcester, Bosch Group is available in 3kW, 5kW and 8kW models and is DEFRA approved. POA. (worcester-bosch.co.uk)
The traditional-style Sigma 490 from Capital Fireplaces is perfect for smaller spaces. Prices start at £799. (capitalfireplaces.co.uk)
The Purevision PV5W Stove on Small Stand from Charlton & Jenrick. RRP £1,439 (charltonandjenrick.co.uk)
The York Midi 5kW from Ludlow Stoves offers flexible air control and costs approx. £749 (ludlowstoves.co.uk)
The French Monopole Woodburning Stove from The Victorian Emporium costs £1,080 (thevictorianemporium.com)
The Varde Uniq 13 — see your fire from every angle. It’s priced at £1,599 (vardestoves.com)
The Huntingdon 30 from Stovax features gothic detailing and costs approx. £1,250 (stovax.com)
Scan’s 66 woodburning stove from, with tempered glass handle costs from £1,899.95 (scan.dk)
The Bergen woodburning stove from Nordpeis costs £1,135 (nordpeis.co.uk)
The Living Series from Lotus — modules that make a statement. From £2,885 (lotusfires.com)
Log Fire Stoves’ LF 10 black and majave double-sided stove. POA (logfirestoves.com)
Eurostoves’ traditional-style Loxton 5 is a 4.6kW stove. From £765 (eurostove.co.uk)
The Esse Ironheart is a cooking stove that also burns logs. From approx. £3,900 (esse.com)
Dovre Sense 103 in matt black with glass sides starts from £1,595 (dovre.co.uk)
The Dovre Sense 203 — a cast iron stove with a contemporary look. It costs approx. 1,895 (dovre.co.uk)
The Clearview Vision 500 features a hot air-wash system for a clean burn. POA (clearviewstoves.com)
Yeoman’s CL5 Midline Stove, with storage space beneath costs approx. £1,185 (yeomanstoves.co.uk)
The Island III from Charnwood looks reassuringly sturdy. From approx. £2,050 (charnwood.com)
7.3kW stove in Antique Enamel from Carron Stoves Direct costs £899 (carronstovesdirect.co.uk)
Arada Stoves’ freestanding i400F multi-fuel stove. POA (aradastoves.com)