The 21 best fireplace accessories and tools for everyone

It’s officially a lot colder than we would like it to be, but there is a silver lining: we can finally warm up and warm up by a roaring fireplace. Nothing beats the smell, light and sound of a crackling fire. But let’s not go too far: First, make sure you’re ready to use all of the best fireplace accessories and tools. From screens and andirons, ashtrays, all-in-one sets, firewood storage pieces, fenders and frames, we’ve rounded up everything you need in a variety of styles to stay warm, safe and stylish. Plus, we’ve even included a few accessories for those of you who have a fireplace that doesn’t work and could use a little love decorating. So, without further ado, shop for the 21 best upcoming fireplace accessories and tools.


Antique brass fireplace screen

In a way that is both simple and formal, this antique-inspired brass fireplace screen strikes the right balance between contemporary and classic, making it ideal for any space.


Emma fireplace tools

A matte army green base with brass joinery gives this standard fireplace tool set a unique and cool touch.


Mid Century 1960s Fire Screen

If your space is cheeky, fun, and full of color, choose a display that can hold up.


French extendable mudguard in golden brass

Frame your fireplace with a whimsical and beautiful accessory like this one.


Willow fireplace screen

A glass screen will allow you to see the flames more clearly and also give you a modern feel.


Ash box Decoteau No Mess

These free standing tool sets can look great, but a handy ashtray will come in handy as well. Add it to the collection to keep it tidy.


Firewood tote

Leather and brass are the ultimate fireplace accessory combo. All you need is a spritz of Library Byredo room spray to complement the sexy atmosphere of the library.


Chromed Metal Fireplace Frame from Kappa, 1970s

An elegant and radical chrome frame will take any fireplace front to the next level. Install it if yours doesn’t have a coat or replace yours.


Brass Hooded Log Holder

Store your firewood in this curvy room that takes notes of classic French designs without the high price of an antique.


Set of two Berenson Cheetah mudguards

It doesn’t get any cooler than this pair of cheetah mud flaps.


Interior / exterior frame log holder

Planning to start lots of fires this season? Make sure you have a place for all the firewood you will be using!


Chimney tools at port, black

The soft curvature of the base as well as the curve of the hooks contrast with the elongated straight edges of the tools, a refreshing but understated grip.


4 Piece Gold Freestanding Fireplace Tool Set

Shiny and angular, this gold fireplace tool set will add a bit of glamor to the living room.


Paige andirons (set of 2)

Here is a modern way to support your firewood.


Graphic fireplace tools

Or, if you’d rather take a more modern route, go for this brass and black set.


Early 20th century brass mudguard

A vintage fender will keep the mess more contained in style.


Log holder, dark brown / white

A leather cart makes it easy to transport your wood.


Mid-Century Round Brass & Walnut Fireplace Tool Set

If you. love the warmth of wood finishes, this fireplace tool set is for you.


Amos Polished Stainless Steel Fire Screen

Fold it up and store it when not in use or open it up for a sized screen when the fire roars.


Fireplace Wood Bellows

If you already keep the house warm with a real fireplace, then you might as well stay super old school with a bellows to keep the flames going.


Brass fireplace candelabra

You don’t have a working fireplace? Place it inside or in front to create the same warm atmosphere as a real fireplace.

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Dora W. Clawson