Tile stoves were first designed in Sweden in the 18th century in response to a shortage of combustible wood. With a heat-storing cast iron core and long multi-channel hoods, the Kakelugns store the heat and keep the rooms warm for up to a whole day after the fire has been extinguished. Add a cozy touch to your interior with such a stove – it not only gives you a comfortable touch, but also warms you up if you want. Such a stove fits into almost any interior, from traditional to ultra-minimalist. Most tile stoves are white, some have patterns, but don’t hesitate to make a statement with a colorful modern one. If you don’t want to use it as a stove, you can always put candles inside for a cozy atmosphere. Get some inspiration below!