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Cosy up with a wood-burning stove

Thinking of investing in a wood-burning stove? We have all you need to know plus some of our favourite buys

When the weather gets cold and the nights get dark, we all tend to spend much more time indoors, and there’s nothing nicer than curling up in a cosy room heated by a wood-burning stove. You may not be lucky enough to have an existing chimney in your home, but there are ways around this, such as having a flue installed. With hundreds of stove designs to choose from, it can be tricky to decide, so read on for some expert advice and the latest options available to bring a warm glow into any home.

The latest Vogue stove from Stovax is available in a range of sizes and heat outputs. The large glass window offers a stunning view of the flames, and it’s kept clean by the powerful Airwash system, which also helps with burning efficiency
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I know that November isn’t everyone’s favourite month, but I think there’s something rather cosy about coming home on a cold, dark night and curling up on the sofa in front of the fire. If you’re thinking of investing in a wood-burner to warm up your home this winter then turn to page 115, where we’ve got the low-down on the latest models and what you need to consider before you buy. Talking of making your home warm and toasty, do take a look at George Clarke’s column this month, where he shares his expert advice on insulating your home (p.111). Of course nothing beats, a tasty comforting supper on those chilly November nights – so do try our delicious recipe suggestions on page 100, packed with warming spices! I know many of you are keen to be braver when it comes to using pattern in your home, so on page 36 we show how to make it work for you, from balancing scale to creating the illusion of space and, of course, our pick of the latest designs for wallpapers and fabrics to inspire you. Many of us dream of living in a period property with gorgeous plasterwork and beautiful fireplaces, but in reality many of them have had their original features removed or damaged over the years. In this month’s home improvement feature, we take a look at what steps you need to take to restore your period home to its former glory and where to look for affordable, original materials (p.106). Happy decorating!