Fashionable and safe, ventless fireplaces are the next big technology for your home. The modern designs are turning these fireplaces from mere heat sources to works of art. With internal tanks or other fuel reserves, this replaces the need for traditional gas lines so fireplaces can stand alone in any part of your home.
Since these pieces use ethanol, they burn without smoke and can be mounted on walls or inserted into surfaces. Plus with high-tech safety features that shut these devices off you won’t have to worry about them damaging your home.
Here are a few of the latest designs in ventless fireplaces from the Wall Street Journal:
This looks more like a modern statue than a fireplace. Made to lean against the wall, Safretti’s Vertigo was created for the Dutch company by Porsche Design Studio, a subsidiary of the sports car company.
Nature was the inspiration for this design made to look like a tulip blossoming from the floor. The piece was designed by Matteo Ragni for Italian company Bió fireplace and comes in a wide range of colors.
Ruby Fires, a Netherlands-based company designed this free-standing fireplace made to look and feel like concrete, but without the weight.
The Globe is a sphere-shaped fireplace by Swedish Company Vauni that can be put in any room. A device underneath allows it to turn 360 degrees and the flame size can also be adjusted.
Complete with remote controlled safety features means this flaming line can be set into countertops or benches. Planika’s Fire Line Automatic can be custom-made to match its surroundings.
Radia by Orlando based Bluworld Homelements is a black-framed vertical system that can be mounted on the wall like a picture.