So you're fortunate enough to have a fireplace or wood-burning stove at home, but where to place fuel for the flames? Look no further than our guide on carryalls and storage for kindling.
A built-in shelving system borders the hearth at this modern Indiana abode, creating functional and decorative storage spaces for firewood collected on-site.
The Chuck wood storage unit, $99 from cb2.com, is made from iron and is elevated off the ground to ensure air circulates so the kindling doesn't collect moisture.
In this sleek monochromatic loft in Denmark, the residents built a nook to store wood, which turns the logs into an artful display.
The Fleimio Wood Trolley, about $600 from connox.com, is made of laminated birch and features wheels to make transporting wood from outside easier.
An alcove lined with steel holds logs in this house sited in Alaska.
Schoolhouse Electric's Metal Hoop Stand, $99, holds a few logs—good for those who burn the occasional fire.
A rectangular fireplace rests inside a long, vertical white box complete with a wood log storage area. See the rest of this renovated farmhouse in northern Italy story, "Going Big, Going Home."
Another Country's Bucket ($600) is inspired by Finnish sauna accessories and is made from ash and brass.
Tom Givone built a niche for wood into his custom steel pizza oven at his upstate New York retreat.
The Boo Fire Basket, $275 from store.dwell.com, can be sued as an outdoor fireplace, but it's also a handsome way to store wood indoors.