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Arada Stoves and winter hygge


I’ve mentioned many times that Spring is my favourite season. I’m really enjoying seeing the early signs of Spring and especially enjoying the lighter evenings. It looks like there’s a little while to go yet before Winter is over though. This weeks weather forecast is set to be extremely cold, so I wanted to show you the latest images from Arada Stoves. The photos are featuring the Ecoburn Plus Gas stove and I really like the coziness here. There’s something about a real fire in the winter. This isn’t actually a real fire though, but it looks like it is. So if you only have gas in your home, there’s still hope of having a real looking fire. I would be more than happy to sit down here in evening for some much needed winter hygge. The hot chocolate looks nice too.

What’s great about this design is that it looks exactly like a traditional wood-burning stove. This combines the popular classic design in an easy-to-use, gas powered stove, which has adjustable heat output and flame height that is controlled by remote control. I like the fact that you don’t even have to get off the sofa. This is much easier and low maintenance in comparison to a wood-burning stove. There’s no chopping wood, lighting the fire or cleaning involved. Just press the remote and get comfortable.

Arada Stoves

Arada stoves in an industrial setting.

Arada Stoves

Arada Stoves are made in Britain

Arada Stoves

winter hygge by Arada Stoves

remote control for gas fire

remote control for the Ecoburn Plus Gas Stove by Arada Stoves

All photos by Arada Stoves.

Arada Stoves was started over 50 years ago and the stoves are made in Britain by skilled craftsmen. The focus is on quality, as you can see from the pictures.


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