Pick up indoor firewood storage boxes, containers, or baskets at Earnshaws

Logs always burn better when they’re dry. So, rather than stacking your logs outside, why not store them indoors with one of our indoor firewood storage boxes? They are handcrafted in the highest quality timber and always built to last.

They are ideal for storing your timber close to your fire in winter, so you’ll always have logs right at hand to burn on your open fire or log burner. The right indoor firewood storage solution will also keep your fireplace clutter-free and tidy. And they can also make an aesthetically pleasing addition to your living room.

Choose from indoor firewood storage containers, baskets and boxes and add to your online enquiry list.

Can I choose purpose-built indoor firewood storage?

Whilst you’ll see our full range of indoor firewood storage baskets, containers and boxes on this page, there is the option to have something purpose-built for your home.

So, whether you want indoor firewood storage for your living room, utility room or shed, you can choose a bespoke solution from Earnshaws. We’ll craft it from the highest quality timber to the highest standard. Just get in touch with one of our team at either of our fencing centres and we can discuss your requirements.

Your indoor firewood storage solution, delivered to your door

You can pick up your indoor firewood storage box, container or basket from either of our specialist fencing and garden centres. You have the option of transporting it home yourself or we can deliver it for you.  We have our own delivery vehicles at both our garden and fencing centres for a simple and easy transport solution. We’ll also deliver it right to your door.

For detailed delivery information, please speak to a member of staff at one of our centres.

Get in touch with us today

If you have any questions about our indoor firewood storage solutions, just get in touch with our sales and advice team on 01924 830055.

Or come and visit us and speak to one of our garden experts at either Midgley (between Wakefield, Barnsley and Huddersfield) or Brigg in North Lincolnshire.