If you love barbecuing over an open flame, but get choked up on the excess smoke and detest the amount of charcoal it takes to keep your grill going, then EcoQue has a solution. Its sleek, portable design uses 75 percent less fuel to cook than its convetntional counterparts. Plus, it collapses down to a thickness of just one inch—great for toting around and storing away.
The ideal choice for a portable, outdoor fireplace solution. It’s fueled by denatured ethanol, an environmentally friendly, renewable energy. It has a stainless steel box base and tempered glass top. Requires little maintenance and provides plenty of heat.
Bioethanol fuel—a semi-renewable resource made from common crops—powers this backyard heat source.
Anyone fond of putting flame to food will appreciate the appeal of this fire eater. Pile wood up high for a roaring fire or place the accompanying grill over the kindling and throw some steaks on it.
If there’s anything more inviting than a crackling blaze on a crisp eve, we’ve yet to find it. This stainless steel hanging hearth offers a sleek alternative to a floor-bound fireside.
The ideal choice for a portable fireplace solution. It’s fueled by denatured ethanol, an environmentally friendly, renewable energy. It has a stainless steel firebox, requires little maintenance, and is flueless so the heat stays inside. Available in white or black.
As the weather dips into chillier temperatures, keep the fire at home roaring with a few logs always at the ready. Metal worker Marc Maioriana crafted this wood rack from 80-90% recycled steel content in his Virginia workshop, where he also hosts an apprenticeship for local high school students.
Why relegate the pleasures of a crackling firelight to just one room of the house? This framed flame from Spark Modern Fires—which burns natural gas or propane at 95 percent efficiency, negating the need for a vent—slots into the wall, letting it cast a warm hue in at least two directions.