Cream steel stoves and glossy cream and white enamel stoves are incredibly popular. We have a number on display at our showroom in Rochester. Nearly all of our stove ranges come with the option to buy in cream or a variation such as ivory or white.
All Charnwood C-stoves, Island and Cove stoves are available in what Charnwood term ‘ivory’ at an extra cost of £69+VAT. We have an ivory Island II in the showroom.
Jotul offer some of their stoves in a cream enamel or white enamel. We have a gorgeous cream enamel F3 in the showroom. Jotul have recently added the option of cream enamel to their ever popular F100 range. This 5kW stove is ideal for smaller rooms that are no less stylish!
For modern homes, Jotul also offer the option for their new F305 in crisp bright white. This stove is available in 8kW and, new for this season, 5kW. Both models come on a range of leg heights. We have an F305 in white in the showroom (we also have a F105 in black).
We are often asked if cream stoves show the dirt more? The truth is most stoves show the dirt and will get dusty with use. A regular wipe down is all that is needed for the most part. Cream steel stoves do show marks but all that is required is a quick touch up spray with the can of paint provided - the same is required for black stoves. Cream enamel stoves on the other hand hardly show the dirt at all. Our F3 always looks clean even with a layer of dust. Enamel stoves wipe down very easy because they are glossy.
New for this season is Charnwood’s Bembridge range, designed with Country Living Magazine. A 5kW stove available in five colours, one of which is ‘French Grey’. We will have one available to view in the showroom. We think it’s gorgeous! Muted, antique colours from Farrow & Ball and The Little Greene Paint Company have been popular for a while and the Bembridge range definitely taps into a trendy, period look.