Put another log on the fire. After chopping (or buying) some wood, display it neatly in a stylish firewood holder. Nothing beats a good-looking and hard-working accessory.
Even the smallest piece of firewood will be safely secured within this tightly handwoven rattan storage bin. Plus, it adds a subtle modern flair to any room. $99 at West Elm on The Country Club Plaza.
Stack ‘em high in this lightweight, tubular metal firewood stand. It fits nicely alongside the fireplace, leaving plenty of room to cozy up by the fire. $149 at J’adore Home & Garden in Brookside.
A rustic, hearthside basket keeps logs safely stored and convenient. $80 at Webster House in the Crossroads.
Bring a little contrast to the warm glow of the fire. This galvanized metal container, 20 inches in diameter, is pretty no matter what’s inside. $58.50 at Nell Hill’s in Briarcliff Village.
Adding to the warmth of the hearth is this square copper basket sans handles. With lots of room to spare, the fewer trips you have to make to refill it. $399.99 at Pryde’s Kitchen & Necessities in Westport.