This is Eldvarm
Eldvarm aspires to create homeware collectibles that are generous in their materials, honest in their design and respectful in their production. All our creations are strongly rooted in our core elements: love, generosity, vulnerability and beauty.
When Louise Varre founded Eldvarm in 2014, she wanted to do more than create beautiful, functional fireplace accessories: she wanted to bring people together around the fire.
We believe that there is a special magic that happens when people experience meaningful connections and so we want to contribute to a kinder, more loving world by nurturing these moments of belonging – by the fire and beyond.
Our Production & Materials
All of our products are crafted by highly skilled professionals in a number of carefully selected production facilities in Europe that share our values of honesty, sustainability and supreme craftsmanship. We strive to create beautiful products that respect nature throughout the production process. We use ethically sourced, natural materials of the highest quality. Read more
Our design is built on the Scandinavian values of elegance and simplicity, combined with a sophisticated and modern international touch.
Eldvarm’s mission is to make products that hold their own (we believe an empty wood basket should be as beautiful to look at as a filled one), that are highly functional (we are convinced we have the best designed fire tool set on the market) and that are long lasting. Read More
Our Love for Nature
Scandinavia is home to a small population living on a huge land mass, we’re surrounded by so much pristine untouched nature. We have the freedom to walk anywhere in nature, even if it is privately owned and we can even camp for a night or two. With this right, called “allemansrätten” in Swedish, comes responsibilities. We have an obligation to leave the environment as we found it, to not litter, to not damage wildlife or crops. Children in Scandinavia are taught from a very young age about this responsibility to nature, to leave it undisturbed, to keep it clean and beautiful. Read more