Smaller homes often feature fireplaces and stoves in a position of honor. Try your luck at this match-up game, with seven heat sources shown first and their seven homes next. (See answers at the very bottom.)
Seven heat sources (1-7)
1 – Heat comes from a marine gas stove, mounted on the wall.
2 – This nice fireplace takes up a great room wall.
3 – A protective brick nook surrounds this larger gas stove.
4 – Owners can program a new gas stove, in the corner.
5 – An older tiny house uses a massive stone fireplace.
6 – Please stoke your teeny wood stove, for a warm night.
7 – Now here’s a small house fireplace, with river rock!
Seven homes with heat sources (A-G)
A – A former writer’s retreat, built in the 1940s, has avoided several local forest fires. (Blue Door)
B = This yellow cottage on wheels hosts happy visitors, through airbnb. (Bayside Bungalow)
C = “hOMe” has modern appeal, efficiency, storage and stairs. (Tiny House Build)
D – This tiny ski chalet has traveled to snowy destinations, racking up 20k miles. (Zack & Molly)
E – Oceanside Retreat stands right at water’s edge, in Freeport, Maine. (Creative Cottages)
F – Springs Cottage brings three generations together, replacing a decrepit backyard structure. (New Avenue)
G – The Enesti delivers old fashioned, almost Victorian style with a simple floor plan. (Tumbleweed Houses)
Answers here: Avert your eyes until you have tried to match seven fireplaces or stoves with their seven home exteriors — 1-B, 2-F, 3-G, 4-C, 5-A, 6-D, 7-E