Cheminees Philippe have added 10 new fireplaces to their range this year, with a collection of single, double and triple sided fireplaces, featuring Cheminees Philippe’s signature dual opening design
The dual opening fireplace design allows for both a stunning traditional fireplace offering radiant heat and a wood-burning heater using convection heat to warm up your indoor or outdoor space with just a simple conversion. Glide the door up for real open warmth and ambience. Slide the door back down and it converts to efficient, energy saving, slow combustion heating efficiency and safety.
This year’s models offer the flexibility to create a multitude of stunning hearth designs and have been tested to meet the new Australian standards for efficiency, emissions and safety.
These fireplaces are also a stunning centrepiece for open plan living. The double sided fireplace can be installed on an exterior wall creating the added advantage of being an indoor/outdoor fireplace where both the interior and outdoor, alfresco area benefit from the warmth and ambience of real wood heating.
For more information, visit the Cheminees Philippe website
About Wignells of Melbourne
Wignells have been in business since 1949, with Cheminees Philippe fireplaces introduced to the Australian market over 35 years ago. Over this time, they have been featured in numerous ‘award winning’ homes throughout Australia and of note, featured in Australian House of the Year – The Invisible House by Architect Peter Stutchbury in 2014. Cheminees Philippe fireplaces have also featured in a number of Australian Grand Designs by leading Australian architects.
Wignells endeavour to keep reserve stock of all models to be ready to ship throughout Australia within a day or two. They recommend for those building or renovating to secure their fireplace with a deposit and we will store your fireplace ready to be dispatched as soon as required so as not to hold up the building process.
Wignells deliver Australia wide and have distributors in Sydney, Canberra, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania.
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