Nutter Hardware; Upper Arlington, Ohio: Nutter Hardware possesses the aesthetics of a classic general store, complete with a functioning potbelly stove
and old-fashioned ceiling fans.
He grew up in the segregated south and attended grade school in a small classroom huddled around a potbelly stove
to keep warm in the winter.
To a quiet pint here, by the old potbelly stove
at the Oak, given that the Vulcan is no more, watching out the window as last-minute travellers zoom down Newport Road to their own warm fires and families.
The potbelly stove
, based on improvements to Benjamin Franklin's metal-lined fireplace, the "Franklin Stove," became a popular wood-burning heat source in the United States during the 1800s.
As warm and wry as the conversation around the general store's potbelly stove
, Barnyard Confidential takes the backroads through the wit and wisdom of farm country.
It has a full-size bed (BYO bedding for additional guests) plus a gas range for fixing dinner, a potbelly stove
for staying warm--and a 360[degrees] panorama that'll keep you mesmerized till it's time to turn in.
He didn't speak English, and I didn't speak Japanese, but he taught me the basics of oil painting in a wood shack that had a potbelly stove
There's something steaming on a cast iron propane burner adjacent the door, a potbelly stove
pinging beside it, orange shafts piercing various orifices.
The living room has a charming wooden couch and a potbelly stove
to warm the coldest of winters.
The reality was the potbelly stove
in a tar shack or one-room schoolhouse with no heat, no books, nothing.
Placed directly outside the home's kitchen, this outdoor version would be a true extension of the indoor space with a full bar, barbecue, television and potbelly stove
If you're looking for the nostalgia of the good ol' days (when folks sat around a potbelly stove
at the general store), you'll find these relics are far from air-tight, and burn an excessive amount of wood quickly.