Our Fireplace Hearth Decor is ideal for accessorizing your living space! With so many decorating ideas for fireplace areas, you're sure to find the perfect bundle of goodies to dress up your hearth, mantel, or heat stove!
Our wood stove steamer and trivet collection is a great way to add moisture into the air during the heating season. We also have themed cast iron steamer kettles with unique designs and features that are sure to be a conversation piece. If you are an aromatherapy enthusiast, you'll absolutely love our essential oil wood stove steamer scents! Enjoy the fresh seaside aura of Carolina Breeze, the calming effects of Serenade, or embrace the seasonal distinctions of Winter Garland and Spice Cake!
If you've seen some of our spring and summer Mantel of the Month videos and pictures, you'll recognize our charming brass Hearth Crickets! The polished brass "Sir Jazzalot" and the antiqued Verdigris make great house warming gifts, as they symbolize good luck. Find them among our fireplace hearth decor packages for a more lavish gift!
Some of our products serve a functional purpose, such as wood fireplace bellows that deliver a blast of air to rekindle the flames. Our vintage style newspaper log roller helps you reuse and recycle periodicals into handy fire starters. We also have coordinating tool sets and log holders, wood aprons, fatwood caddies with fireplace gloves, and ash buckets for maintenance and quick cleanup.
All of the packages you see here are in stock and ready to ship for free! We're even offering a 10% discount on our bundles so that you can get a great gift at a terrific savings! See a few items that we don't have combined together? Give us a call at 1-877-373-6677 and let us help you put together your very own custom fireplace decor package!
Ancient Chinese culture first gave meaning to the legend. Crickets had long been considered a sign of good fortune for the people of China. It was very common then, as it is now, for crickets to be kept as pets! Over the years, the citizens of England adopted this seemingly odd tradition into their homes as well, assuming a cricket in the home would bring success and good health. However, a deceased cricket was thought to foreshadow bad things to come!
Inspired by how the lucky cricket folklore came to be, author Charles Dickens based one of his novels on the legendary insect, A Cricket on the Hearth. In the story, Dickens suggests that a brass cricket by the hearth would thwart bad luck and assure a safe and happy home! Why not carry on this time honored custom in your home? Get your polished brass or antiqued hearth cricket here!
Are the bellows just for decoration or are they functional?
Is the accordion part of the bellows made of vinyl or leather?
Do people really use newspaper log rollers? Why can't I just roll the newspaper on my own?