20 Interesting Indoor Firewood Storage Ideas

Indoor Firewood Storage Ideas

Need a place to store your firewood without making your living room look like a mess? These indoor firewood storage ideas will help you pick the perfect rack for your firewood, keeping your home beautiful without leaving you broke for the holidays. They are all curated by me so check them out and start your next DIY project.

Indoor Firewood Storage Ideas

Minimalist Firewood Holder from Plumbing Pipes – Minimalist in terms of design, price, and construction, this pipe-based firewood holder is a perfect weekend project that’s easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy on the eyes.

Bench with Firewood Storage – Need a place to sit AND a place to store your firewood? This rugged bench, while designed to be kept outdoors to keep the snow and rain off firewood, can also be kept indoors depending on your aesthetic preferences.

Kitchen Counter Firewood Storage – This firewood storage has the same approximate height as most kitchen counters, making it a beautiful and useful addition to a rustic kitchen.

Simple Indoor Firewood Rack – If you prefer simple and quick designs, this indoor firewood storage rack is a solid choice, especially for beginners.

Copper Firewood Rack – Copper is extremely effective in dissipating heat (perfect if you plan on keeping it near fireplaces), while also adding a dash of style to any furniture. This rack is easy to build and portable, making it easy to build and use.

Modern Style Firewood Rack – A juxtaposition of the unintentionally rustic aesthetic of firewood and this modern, minimalist, black firewood rack is just what the modern home needs.

Firewood Shelf – No DIY guide required for this one; you only need a sturdy, stylish shelf, and your very own sense of style.

Firewood Urn – While a bit strange (if not a bit ironic, that what originally stored the ashes of the dead now stores what will soon become ash), urns have timeless designs, and are also easy to use, as the firewood simply sticks out and is not burdened by the weight of other firewood, therefore making them easy to grab.

Firewood Chest – Old and antique suitcases add a dash of rustic charm that’s unparalleled in terms of uniqueness, as well as the memories they hold. Don’t want to let go of an old suitcase but can no longer use it for travel? Use it as a firewood chest!

Firewood Dolly – This firewood dolly is mobile enough to transport firewood easily, while also being pretty enough to warrant a stationary place beside your fireplace.

Simple Square Support – If you really just need a no-nonsense support rack for your firewood that works aesthetically indoors or outdoors, you can’t get any simpler than this.

Bedroom Firewood Rack – If you don’t have a lot of room in your house for a large firewood rack, this compact rack is perfect.

Flatpacked Firewood Rack – Need something that’s light and easy to stow away? This flatpacked firewood rack stores the firewood you need, while also being easy to put away after winter due to the sturdy but lightweight materials used.

Aluminum Firewood Rack – Sometimes you just really need an indoor firewood storage rack that’s both light and sturdy. This rack does the job without getting in the way with aesthetic embellishments, which is a plus for those who don’t really need the frills of the prettier racks.

Recycled Trampoline Firewood Rack – Don’t want to throw away a broken trampoline? Now you can recycle it and use it as a firewood rack! You’ll want to probably keep it in the garage or somewhere less visible if you don’t plan on repainting or redecorating it, though.

Firewood Rack from Firewood – Some firewood just want to watch their fellow firewood burn, and that is just what this rack is – an elegant rack made from firewood spared from the fire.

Metal Firewood Rack – If you’re into the wrought-iron aesthetic, you’ll love this easy and elegant metal firewood rack.

Rustic Firewood Rack – While this is technically an outdoor rack, if you have enough space indoors, this can be a charmingly rustic piece to add in order to achieve a log cabin aesthetic.

Pallet Style Firewood Rack – A quick and simple project, this rack is also pretty efficient due to the airflow underneath the logs, which prevents the bottom logs from getting wet when placed outside, while preventing your floor from getting stained by the logs when placed inside.

Basement Firewood Rack – This indoor firewood storage rack is perfect if you have a large, spacious basement and need a whole lot of firewood to store.

In conclusion

Firewood racks are interesting, in a sense that the best-built ones are the ones that don’t get a lot of attention; make sure you pick the indoor firewood storage rack that blends in with the aesthetics of your home. Do share with me your finished indoor firewood storage project by commenting below!

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