If you were lucky enough to have your own private plane, you’d think flying wherever and whenever you wanted without being crammed in coach would be enough. But apparently luxury demands more luxury, which is why Lufthansa Technik developed a fireplace for planes. Yep, it’s ok to audibly sigh now.
Sure, it's easy to whip yourself up a old-school backyard fire-pit with a ring of rocks and whole lot of ugly. But wouldn't you rather have a portable, modular fireplace that looks ready to blast off to the stars? Who wouldn't?
Given it's been so important to our development, it's no surprise mankind has a love affair with fire. Deep down we're all arsonists in our own little way: lighting candles, stoking campfires, or curling up near a fireplace. We all love watching things bur—right, guys? right—and that desire can be kept in check with…
Seems like every time the temperature in the Bay Area dips enough to actually warrant building a fire, the Air District will declare a Spare the Air Day, making wood-burning illegal. This wall-mounted fireplace from Pureflame could be the answer—not only does it run on soot-free ethanol, I can hang it anywhere in my…
You already have a remote for controlling your TV, one of the focal points in your living room, so why not your fireplace as well? Escea asked the same question, but then went ahead and answered it with their new DX5100 model.
What better way to display your dry, incredibly flammable collection of first editions than on a trendy bookshelf that also happens to be fireplace?
I admit it: I'm not much one for camping. But why should I go outside to gather around an open flame when I can have one in my own apartment?
It's not as beautiful as the Gyrofocus, but the TURN fireplace seems less likely to set your house on fire. After all, if your fireplace spins around 360 degrees, it should be well-secured and not just dangling from the ceiling.
Few things are more relaxing than sitting in front of a fire on a cold fall day. These 10 products will help you harness the awesome power of fire in your home.
Vauni's bioethanol ventless fireplace, the Cupola, may not have the warmth or coziness of a traditional wood-burner, but it does have practicality and cold Scandinavian style. Plus, the thing mounts right on your wall.
The LiveSpark Fireplace features music-reactive flames, meaning, like a real-life visualizer, that the fire will jump and shrink itself based on the thumping beats it detects.
Woe to the guest who mistakes your Lounge Fire fireplace for a comfy bench, for hidden in the middle is a flame producing jet. Who green-lit this pyro project, Mr. Magoo?
While you could buy a big screen TV and place it near a fireplace, it doesn't really rub your net worth in the face of your guests like buying a fireplace with a built-in television. That's exactly what this Vok "Multimedia Fireplace" is, coming loaded up with a TV up to 52-inches in size, a DVD player and a Bose…
As the weather gets cooler, we're starting to eagerly anticipate the romance of a fireplace, and we haven't seen any easier to deal with than this Radius Design Home Flame. Just about the only installation you need to worry about is to hang it on the wall like a picture frame, and there's no chimney, logs or smoke to…