28 Stylish Fireplace Accessories You Definitely Need to Stay Snuggly This Season


Crisp, autumnal weather is here, which means it's the perfect time to dust off your mantlepiece and cozy up next to the fireplace with a blanket and a good book.

Ignite your senses with our top picks for fire pits, kindling storage, and other charming home accents that will keep your home happily hygge.
Schoolhouse Oversized Safety Matches
A set of matches you won’t feel the need to hide when company comes around. Safety features include strike-on-box functionality and an extended length to protect your fingers when lighting a stove, barbecue, or array of candles. A perfect addition to a gifted candle. A Schoolhouse Original. Photo Courtesy of Schoolhouse
Herman Miller Nelson Fireplace Caddy
Possessing one of the most inventive minds of the 20th century, George Nelson described his creative abilities as a series of "zaps" – quick flashes of inspiration he turned into innovative design ideas. In 1945, Nelson became director of design at Herman Miller, a position he held until 1972. While there, he recruited other seminal modern designers, including Charles Eames and Isamu Noguchi. Nelson also developed his own works, like this Fireplace Caddy (1950s), which consists of a removable canvas sling with carrying handles resting on a steel base fashioned to endure years of use. Made in Taiwan. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach
Brooklyn Candle Studio Pink Disco Fireplace Candle
What it is: An elegant soy candle, hand-poured into a dusty-pink matte glass vessel, that fills any room in your home with scent. Fragrance story: Rich and smoky with a hint of incense, this cozy aroma, reminiscent of a crackling fire, is a snow day's best friend. Style: Woody and aromatic. Notes: Top: Cedar. Middle: Woodsmoke. Base: Ash. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
Womanswork Leather Work Gloves
Custom cut to fit women’s hands, these leather gloves from Womanswork stand up to hard work while protecting your hands from scratches, blisters, and thorns. Each pair is made from soft pigskin suede to offer optimal protection and hand dexterity. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Malm Fireplace
Located in Sonoma County, California, Malm started as a sheet metal manufacturer in the 1950s. Some of the original employees dabbled in making fireplaces on the weekends, and turned their weekend hobby into a full-fledged business. Malm was one of the original manufacturers of freestanding fireplaces and is the only one still in existence today. The Malm Fireplace comes with a three-piece flue for ceilings up to eight feet. (Additional flue pieces are available for taller ceilings.) Made in U.S.A. Photo Courtesy of DWR
Glaze Wooden Matchbox
Strike while it’s hot. Matches are an indispensable household tool: for lighting the stove, the hearth, holiday candles, or in the bathroom for… well, the things we keep matches in the bathroom for. Whatever you’re using matches for, it’s better to do it in style. And whatever your style—from stripey zebrawood to rippled maple—these large and small handmade wooden matchboxes are just the thing. Each matchbox is made from American-sourced wood that’s been handpicked for its distinct and beautiful grain, and each has a strike strip on the back for perfect ignition with every match—whatever you’re using it for. Photo Courtesy of Food52
Terrain Iron House Log Holder
A practical piece for the hearth or porch, this house-shaped log holder is hand-forged from durable iron by master blacksmiths. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Eva Solo FireGlobe Fireplace
Nothing is cosier than gathering around a bonfire with its beautiful flames and intense heat, and with the decorative FireGlobe fireplace, it is easy and safe to light a fire directly on the patio or elsewhere in the garden. The matt black cast iron beautifully sets off the flickering golden flames, and the fireplace creates the perfect mood and warming heat when it starts to feel cool outside.
Solo Stove Bonfire
Engineered to burn completely and efficiently, Solo Stoves are fire like you’ve never seen before. The Solo Stove takes wood-burning fires up a notch with a stainless steel body and engineered airflow that burns wood more efficiently and with less smoke. The Bonfire is a sleek centerpiece for any backyard, campground, or beach cookout that provides a wood-burning fire with low smoke and big flames.
Terrain S’more Roaster
Toast a trio of s’mores over the campfire with this clever roaster, which can also be used for toast, veggies, and sandwiches. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Frederik Roijé Smoke Stack Fireplace and Grill
The opposite of bland, the Smokestack Fireplace and Grill is made with design lovers in mind. Bold and eye-catching, it draws attention with its factory chimney silhouette and rusty brown color. It’s the perfect choice for those who love creative designs and the industrial-style aesthetic. Designed by the Frederik Roijé studio, the fireplace references classic smokestacks. The corten steel material will corrode to develop a natural protective surface, enhancing the character of the fireplace at the same time. Compact and convenient, the stainless steel Smokestack Grill fits inside the opening perfectly, transforming the wood-burning stove into the coolest barbecue money can buy. Photo Courtesy of Gessato
The Companion Group Fire Up! Charcoal Starter Wand
We didn’t start the fire…but you can. You know the grill routine: Dump in charcoal. Pour in your lighter fluid. Toss in a match and shield your eyes. Okay, now scratch steps 2 and 3, because lighter fluid is pretty dangerous and super toxic. Opt instead for the Fire Up! Charcoal Lighter, a plug-in fire-lighting wand that uses two simple switches to take your charcoal from cold to smoldering in minutes. The heat setting ignites, while the blow setting distributes the flames. And don’t be shy: The stainless steel end of the lighter is high heat resistant, so you can bury it into the coals. Photo Courtesy of Food52
Tapio Anttila Mixrack
Tapio Anttila is a Finnish freelance designer and architect. After years as an in-house designer, Anttila established his own business, Tapio Anttila Design, in 2005. He focuses on producing practical pieces for the home and public spaces. Driven by simplicity, form and functionality – and a touch of subtle humor – he’s won several international design awards for his work. In fact, his Mixrack (2011) was the eco-design winner at the Habitare exhibition in Helsinki the year of its inception. This simple, straightforward configuration of powder-coated steel accommodates a surprising assortment of everyday items ranging from firewood to wine bottles to magazines. It’s also light and very easy to move where needed. Made in Finland. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach
D.S. & Durga Portable Fireplace Candle
Hand-poured candle from D.S. & Durga. Warm, woody scent with base notes of birch, birch tar and copaiba resin; heart notes of smoke, oak ash and cedar; and finished with dwarf pine wood and atlas cedar. Cotton-blend wick. 50-hour burn time. Photo Courtesy of Osmology
Birch Log Bundle, Small
This natural birch wood bundle is perfect as a decorative addition to a non-functional fireplace. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Herman Miller Nelson Fireplace Tool Set
Possessing one of the most inventive minds of the 20th century, George Nelson described his creative abilities as a series of "zaps" – quick flashes of inspiration he turned into innovative design ideas. In 1945, Nelson became director of design at Herman Miller, a position he held until 1972. While there, he recruited other seminal modern designers, including Charles Eames and Isamu Noguchi. Nelson also developed his own works, like this Fireplace Tool Set (1951), which includes minimal yet durable pieces that will stand up to years of use. Set comprises a poker, shovel, brush and tripod stand. Made in Taiwan. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach
Farmhouse Pottery Laurel Crock & Fatwood Fire Starter
Start the fire. That paper grocery bag filled with crumpled newspaper you keep by the fireplace? Toss it. And then replace it with this farmhouse chic crock filled with fatwood firestarter. This wheel-thrown, handcrafted stoneware jar is beautiful on the hearth or on the mantel, and features a subtly embossed laurel wreath on the side, and comes with a bouquet of hand-cut fatwood . It’s a cozy addition to your fireplace routine. Add a 5-pound bag of fatwood and never turn to crumpled newspaper again. Photo Courtesy of Food52
Terrain Copper Dish Fire Pit
Handmade in Turkey from solid copper, this bowl fire pit makes a beautiful addition to the backyard. Each copper dish rests on a steel stand, and has a removable steel grate inside. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Wood is a fresh, insightful and surprising look at the world's best timber architecture. With 170 structures from the last 1,000 years, Wood features projects from some of the world's most celebrated architects. Renzo Piano's otherworldly New Caledonian Cultural Centre is found alongside projects from Tadao Ando and Peter Zumthor. Even the work of Le Corbusier, an architect best known for his work in concrete, is shown - his humble Mediterranean log cabin, Le Cabanon, was his last home. Arranged to promote comparison and discussion, the selected projects take the reader on a global tour of inspiring and intriguing structures: a Vietnamese village hall sits beside a state-of-the-art Belgian laboratory, an Italian anatomical theatre alongside a luxurious Canadian sauna and an onion-domed Russian church next to a fortified Japanese castle. Illustrated with extraordinary photographs, each project includes an extended caption providing an insightful commentary on the building. An essay by the bestselling author and naturalist Richard Mabey explores the close relationship between trees and architecture. Following the popularity of Concrete and Brick, Wood is a beautiful and informative visual exploration of a natural material that harbours an extraordinary range of expression and potential and has inspired architects for generations. Photo Courtesy of Phaidon Press Publisher: Phaidon Press
Maison Margiela Replica By the Fireplace Fragrance
The sweetness of a winter evening by the fireplace. Brightness, freshness and the purity of newly fallen snow through the frozen window. Day breaks. Outside it's snowing on a frosty, cold landscape. Inside the flames of a comforting fire crackle in the fireplace. By the Fireplace is the Replica collection's first feminine and masculine fragrance, evoking a morning by the fireplace in Chamonix in the 1970s. The silhouette of each Replica bottle is inspired by classic apothecary jars, allowing the collection to be instantly identifiable. Each bottle features a 100% cotton label, which is printed using black ink text and resembles the tags used on clothes and accessories found in the Replica couture collection, in addition to a unique pump wrapped with rope to symbolize the authentic reproduction of the original couture line. The same label concept is carried onto the packaging of each fragrance. Each carton label is associated with a Polaroid photograph—a fleeting moment captured in muted colors and soft light that is a poetic allusion to the story behind each fragrance. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
Canvas Log Carrier
Crafted from durable, easy-to-clean polyester and with two thick handles, this carrier will help you transport your freshly chopped logs from the backyard to the fireplace effortlessly. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Terrain Fireplace Shovel & Brush Set
The perfect pair for a tidy fireplace, this set includes a metal shovel and natural fiber brush for easily sweeping ashes or stray kindling. Photo Courtesy of Terrain

OneLogFire Portable Log Fire
Take your fire to-go. Now we're ready for beach party fires, campfires, or just cozy nights in winter. Using kiln dried logs that burn from the inside, this portable log is easy to light. Each log gives up to two hours of compact fire, making it a perfect heat and light source without the mess of a traditional campfire. They use non-toxic fire starters that will not flavor food, meaning you should get ready for s'mores. Each log comes with its own handle so it’s easy to take anywhere. Light it in a fireplace, on the beach, in a fire pit, or outside as a campfire. Photo Courtesy of Food52
Skargaarden Boo Fire Basket
Inspired by the brilliance and brevity of Swedish summers, Skargaarden produces furniture and accessories that help you make the most out of a moment. The Boo Fire Basket, designed by Martin Kallin, is a sculptural form produced with steel or black lacquered steel. It holds several logs for a lively outdoor bonfire, and can also be overturned to hold a large candle or lantern. A metal plate is available to catch ashes and prevent scorching of wood decks. Photo courtesy of Skargaarden
Primus Kamoto Folding Fire Pit & Open Fire Pan
All fired up. There’s something so primitively satisfying about an open fire—the crackle, the woodsmoke, staring into the flames and feeling all nostalgic. Since on-the-ground campfires aren’t allowed everywhere (and for good reason, no one likes a forest fire!), a safer work-around is this folding, portable fire pit made from stainless and powder-coated steel. It works with firewood or charcoal and comes with an ashtray to collect the cinders (your park ranger will appreciate that it leaves no trace). Plus, the quick set up, wind protection and air inlet underneath make it a snap to use, no Scout badges required. The pan completes the look: With its lightweight aluminum core and durable stainless steel exterior, the combo is easy to carry, and lets you do dinner cracklin’ hot. Kebabs on the beach, anyone? Photo Courtesy of Food52
Terrain Low Cross Leg Fire Pit
Crafted from durable iron that ages beautifully over time, this fire pit makes a practical, modern addition to the backyard. Photo Courtesy of Terrain
Cocoon Aeris Black Hanging Fireplace
The Cocoon Aeris Black fireplace features and elegant, minimal design that achieves maximum effect of warming up the space. It's clean, environmentally friendly, and height adjustable! Photo Courtesy of Houzz
Terrain Popcorn Popper
Invite friends and family to make popcorn over the open flame of a campfire or fireplace with our long-handled popcorn popper. A hinged lid and enamel cooking surface make it easy to load, pop, and enjoy a snack. Photo Courtesy of Terrain

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