These Babies Are HOT! Decorative Bioethanol Fireplaces By GlammFire.
Welcome to Fire Wonderland. This is what Portugal-based GlammFire, the newest company of Group Pachinha, aptly calls their collection of bioethanol decorative fireplaces.
above: the Flut, a bioethanol freestanding fireplace can be used in swimming pools
In 2008, Marcelo Inacio launched GlammFire of Monção, Portugal. As the name suggests, the collection of indoor and outdoor fireplaces exude modern glamour, quality, functionality and, most importantly, ecology. Rural or urban, wall-mounted, inset, or floor standing, they present different, safe and ecological liquid ethanol and bioethanol burning models.
above: The Modoo is covered in coated cattle hide and has built in pockets for storage and a carbon monoxide detector.
These unusual fireplaces are made with various materials such as lacquered MDF, ceramics, metals, glass and some styles are available with custom etching and leathers. The fashionable and unique collection of open and closed hearth fireplaces includes freestanding and wall-mounted styles for indoor, outdoor and even in the swimming pool. Designs that range from ultra-modern to rustic, many of the styles are even equipped with carbon monoxide detectors.
above: the Mito is a closed hearth inset wall bioethanol fireplace that comes in stainless steel and four color options
Indoor bioethanol fireplaces:
Outdoor bioethanol fireplaces:
The above outdoor fireplaces are also safe to use indoors.
Wall-mounted bioethanol fireplaces:
Lotus IV (with custom letters):
Tango III and Lotus II, also custom etched:
Lotus IV, textured leather covered:
A special commission for Hotel Tivoli:
all images courtesy of GlammFire
The GlammFire collection is designed by Marcelo Inacio (shown below):
There's more to see at GlammFire
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