The Wood Pile

Honey, where should we store the left-over wood?   tumblr
Last year while on the Ashland Porch & Garden Tour I spotted this!  A beautifully stacked & natural low wall dividing the garden & car port. Genius!
photo Lisa Porter
       What a great way to enclose one side of the back porch.  Love the window! 
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The garage is a great place to store & keep the wood dry...as long as you don't need to park your car there.
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In the winter I like to keep part of the wood close at hand like this short stack just off of the kitchen.
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Definitely a man cave below and this man is pretty well stocked up for a long weekend.  Just look at the bar! Somebody tell me, are those bear paws on the books?
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Now I could live with this.  At least for the winter....Maybe.
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Wood adds a cozy feel to this kitchen & compliments the island and shelving.
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Never knew wood could look so sophisticated.
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Never really thought of it as art either.
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This is so type-A it sends a shiver...Hey maybe that's what they're going for!  Wait a second, where's the fireplace?
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This however is gorgeous!  Love the horizontal stained plank walls & natural rough-sawn ceiling.  Of course I love the touches of Hermes orange too!
Elle Decor
I'm not really sure if this is indoors or out but it works and what a great idea for an outdoor cabinet!
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This is most definitely out & the way a serious wood pile is supposed to be stacked.
 Donna Griffith for Home & Country
This is NOT how wood is supposed to be stacked!  What a cute little cottage inviting the bugs, varmints & other little critters inside for a cool place to live in the summer!
source This however, absolutely warms my heart and is what I'm looking for in the Fall!
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Meanwhile, what's left of ours will be way out back...somewhere.
 photo  Keiko Oikawa
Out of sight, out of mind, till next year.
One more thing!
I was reading The Daily Basics this morning and read a great article about this fun book & thought it was a natural link for all that firewood!
Stop by The Daily Basics to read more.
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