I know this has been discussed a million times, and I know the best way I need to make my cold air return is piped back to the blower on my stove. I need to go from the furthest part of the house and logistically and cost wise I am trying to avoid this. If I place a register in this furthest room with a duct to a few inches off the cellar floor, Will this allow the cold air to escape from that room? I could also place a fan in this duct or resister. To run the pipe to the stove I have tons of old pies, wires, a doorway, before I get to the room with the stove. I do not want a duct running all the way back. If you look at this post you will see the ducts I use to get the heat up: Ducting heat
I currently leave the basement door open which is working well, excpet the furthest room (where the oil furnace thermostat is) is staying 7-10 colder.