The Opus Harmony PR can be partially rotated - so you can have a better view of the flames if you move to another part of the room.
The Harmony LS has an open log store area under the door which is useful for storing that night's firewood and the logs look really nice too.
The Harmony GLS has the glass-covered door and the log store underneath - I really like the combination of the deep black finish to the door and the texture of the logs.
The Go Eco Plus 5kW Wide Stove with a wider door.
The highly contemporary ACR Neo pedestal model.
The Woolly Mammoth 5 is a good looking 5 kW stove especially given the reasonable price.
The Go Eco 5kW steel multifuel stove with a wide door.
The Go Eco 5kW steel multifuel stove.
The Esse 525 is a designer stove made here in the UK. One of the things that distinguishes the 525 (apart from its stainless steel tubular legs) is that it is a multifuel stove – most contemporary stoves are woodburning only.
The Purefire 8 Double sided stove
The Go Eco 5kW steel multifuel stove with a cast door.
ACR Tenbury T400 is a 5kW inset stove.
AGA Ellesmere EC5W Stove
A great view of the fire and a great deal.
ACR Tenbury T550 is a 5kW inset stove with a larger firebox.
The superb Neo EcoDesign pedestal stove but with even more glass
The Ekol Clarity 5 stove is small enough to fit into a fireplace opening. It will produce 5 kW of heat, perfect for a small room.
AGA Ellesmere EC5 Stove
The new Aga Ludlow continues the Aga tradition of solidly made and efficient multifuel stoves.
The Neo 1C EcoDesign has a large curved glass window in the front of the stove with a handy cupboard beneath the firebox.
The Ekol Clarity 5 high stove is raised up by 200 mm creating a useful log store underneath.
The Clarity 12 stove can be run between 4 and 12 Kw's and is available as a low or high model.