The 1950s inspired design of these cast iron stoves, with their subtle curving details and distinctive features, makes them suitable for modern traditional interiors. Dovre's latest technical features, such as cleanburn and airwash, bring these retro designs right into the 21st century.
A cast iron stove with a difference, the Dovre Tai can suit both traditional and contemporary interiors with its elegant design and curving details. It is ideal for those who desire something a little different, to create an attractive feature for your living space.
For those with a more contemporary taste, the eye-catching Vintage range, with its distinctive retro styling, brings wood burning stoves right into the heart of modern living. Three sizes are available, each in a matt anthracite or white enamel finish and a choice of tablet stand or cylindrical legs.
Jøtul and the Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll have, with the F 105 and F 305, made timeless cast iron stoves which offer a great view to the fire. Both stoves are user friendly and emphasise functionality and thermal properties.
With high efficiency and ‘modern traditional’ styling, the Bergen wood burning stove offers a fresh alternative for heating in today’s homes. It has an extremely powerful airwash system to clean the large glass panel on the door.
To add a more modern twist to your home, the Smarty wood burning stove is the perfect choice. With subtly curving lines, retro style and a chrome handle, the 70s inspired wood burning stove has a choice of classic or elegant concrete legs.
The Danish manufacturer Scan offers a range of classic cast iron wood burning stoves, with a clean, modern style. Three models are available in the Scan Andersen range, including a nominal 4kW version which is approved for burning wood in DEFRA smoke controlled areas.
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