Believe it or not, firewood stacking can be a thing of beauty...
Wood 'art' aside, the example below is very practical, yet still pleasing to the eye:
|Food Forest woodpile|
Apart from neatly holding the wood, the corrugated iron keeps it nice and dry. Which would come in handy for those wet winter days.
Our wood is stacked along the north side of our house under the eaves. Here the wood is reasonably sheltered from the rain but still gets good sun to dry it out.
Once winter arrives it seems like you can never have too much wood, so having some extra wood storage space would be nice. Discarded corrugated iron suddenly has new appeal...
Photo sources: 1, 2, 3