Branching Out from Tradition

It's that time of year when the days get shorter, the cold creeps through your bones and all you really want to do is curl up in front of the fireplace with a hot cup of tea.  Watching the leaves fall from the trees is a much prettier sight when you don't have to feel the chilling wind on your face.  

Oksa, a set of fireplace tools by Félicie Eymard Ericsdóttir, means "branch" in Finnish.  The set was created to bring the magic of a campfire into the home.  Resembling a clean, austere branch as the name suggests, these streamlined pieces, consisting of a poker, log holder, and bellows, are made from tubular steel, making them lightweight and easy to carry.  They can be used either indoors or out, and even come with a felt rack for storage.  

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