Peterson Series Decriptions

We get a lot of questions about the different Series available for Peterson Fire Logs. There are four different series within that collection to suit your style: Charred Series, Classic Series, Designer Series and Glass/Gem Series.

Charred Series

These beautiful logs are meticulously recreated with intricate bark detail and natural coloration of deeply charred wood. Their burned through centers give the logs the look of a robust long burning fire.

Designer Series

The Designer and Designer Plus logs are hand painted originals and modeled from real wood samples. These logs will add a touch of elegance to your home. The quality and extra detail capture the realism in these logs.

Classic Series

RH Peterson has been making these traditional log sets for over 60 years. This series includes traditional favorites, like Golden Oak and Split Oak, which will always be in style.

Glass/Gem Series

The Fyre Glass/Gem Series offers a contemporary look. These beautiful glass/gems will stay as radiant as the first day its installed and tolerate extreme temperatures without melting or discoloring. There are many colors available to customize your fireplace.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Learn more about all the great styles at Peterson Fire Logs.

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