How To…keep warm in your home office

Posted on 20 October, 2017

How To… …keep warm in your home office. With more options for us to work flexibly from home these days it’s important…Read more

How To…keep warm in your home office

Posted on 20 October, 2017

How To…

…keep warm in your home office.

With more options for us to work flexibly from home these days it’s important to create a space that’s both functional and comfortable. Winter can bring extra challenges though, if you’re looking to keep cosy but not run up huge heating bills by running the central heating in the whole house getting the balance can be tricky.

A wood burning stove is a helpful solution to heat only the office, and leave your central off in the rest of the house during the day, there’s no point in heating those empty rooms. Also it helps to provide a great focal point in the room that isn’t your desk or computer screen.

We were recently involved with an alpine-themed home office design for Grand Design’s Live 2017, and worked with Warwick-Shire based company Guerilla Cast to supply a Rais Q Tee wood burning stove with log store.  The clean lines of the Danish designed stove helped with the clean and contemporary look of the room set as well as boosting the alpine theme through the exposed logs in the log store.

 About The Stove:

A cute stove that gives the room a soul. Q-Tee has an air-cooled handle and a grand closing system. It also has a shaking grate and an ash tray. Giving out 5kW of heat, it is plenty to keep the cold out but not too hot that you’ll be opening doors and windows!

You can choose the basic model and put it on the floor or on a plate, or highlight the stove by placing it on a bench or, for example, on a concrete base. Q-Tee is available in three heights: 57 cm, 65 cm and 85 cm. Available with an all-glass door or with a steel frame. The stove is available with top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Q-Tee can be ordered with AirSystem to bring in fresh air from outside.

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