"Cute" is not usually a descriptor of pellet stoves, but it fits the Little Gnome by Thelin.
The diminutive burner has the distinctive barrel shape of other Thelin stoves, but stands just 34" tall. Heating up to 750 square feet, it's a good stove for small cabins, single rooms or mobile homes. With clearances of 1-1/2" back wall and 5" from side walls, the stove is approved for installation in alcoves.
All pellet stoves require electricity to operate their sophisticated hoppers and thermostats. That means they won't run during power outages. The Little Gnome is wired to accept an optional battery backup to allow operation if power fails.
Handcrafted in California, Thelin stoves are meant to be standouts, not wall flowers. Their rather steep prices reflect that. Choose from six porcelain enamel colors and options such as 24K gold trim.