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Fireplace Tool Sets II
When it comes to owning a fireplace, several aspects can enhance the appearance and functionality. For example, the look of the fireplace screen can create a simplistic or ornate appearance. The logs you choose to burn will also affect both appearance and functionality. Another thing to consider is a fireplace tool set For starters, depending on the tool set you choose, you can completely change the appearance of your fireplace. Secondly, you want a tool set that will be used, keeping the fireplace looking great and safe.

One of the most popular choices is the vintage iron finishes that you will find in just about any fireplace store as well as the internet. These tool sets have unusual designs that fit in with any décor. Therefore, whether the room is contemporary, country, or art deco, this particular set will look great. Typically, the vintage fireplace tool sets are made from hand-forged iron and can be purchased with or without a kindling storage rack. The price averages anywhere from $175 to $300 for this option.

Other options for fireplace tool sets include the wood cradle, which holds your logs waiting to be burned. The most popular options are the 14x23x13-inchand 22x23x13-inch models, which range from $110 to $150. The traditional shepherds crook handle with penny foot base is also a very popular choice, which can be purchased for about $225.

A twisted rope handle with penny foot is a gorgeous fireplace tool set that will compliment any décor. The base is 31 inches and averages about $250. Another great choice is the raised hearth set that includes pieces that is hand-forged and comes with four tools, which includes the fireplace rake.

Two other fireplace tool sets that are nice choices include the soldiered rope handled set, which is a simple design but with a vintage flair. This tool set is made from hand-forged iron and measures 31 inches. The other is a ribbed handled set that is designed with brushed steel. This particular tool set is sleek, making it a great option for a contemporary and European style home.

In addition to the tool sets that traditionally include a brush, shovel, and poker, you will also find other accessories such as an ash holder. A popular choice is one made from black matte that has a piano-hinged lid. This lid makes getting in and out of the ash holder easy without allowing the ashes to filter out. Designed with legs, the ash holder sits up off the floor so no scorching problems occur. This ash holder is also created with wooden handles so as you move it from one place to another, you are not burned. With a small design of 9-12x9x19-inches, it will fit easily with any size fireplace.



 
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