24,367 Outdoor Wood Fire Pits Home Design Photos

Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Fox Hollow
Ideabooks4,448
Questions3
under this roof with no hood? and is that a wood burning or gas fire pit?
It seems you have no formal way of venting / exhausting your fire pit out from under the enclosed structure (or does that cupola suffice?) We are currently working on a project where the hood design has gotten extremely controversial and expensive. How were you able to have a pit under
path leading to a fire pit maybe
Central fire pit within the gazebo
I love this the red Japanese maples again the woods, this would be so perfect for our back yarn, the stepping stone going down to my garden, the beds outlining
Steps to gazebo / fire pit
very cool. I like the fire circle under a little pavilion.
“BSR” — ginamorency
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
5 Reviews
Beverly Grove
Ideabooks417
Questions0
appeal of the fire pit mixed in with the rattan rockers just gives it a calm and soothing Egbert. Love it! Totally my style!
Love, love the concret fire pit!
fire pit, green grass and bamboo
space around pit for feet and drinks.
Fire pit, different concrete shapes
Outdoor fire pit, structure, space
Great fire pit - simplistic
wicker outdoor chair
fire pit...fire place...Denas fire...Fire pit chairs...Fire in the arden...Like the fire!...fire pit...concrete fire pit...fire feature
“IKEA chairs” — vancouverpenny
Site Design Studio
1 Review
California Prairie Organic
Ideabooks240
Questions0
Irregular paving stones around fire pit
Amazing entrance into the house from our fire pit in the back yard overlooking something amazing.
Fire pit and surround
Fire pit & grass/stone
Fire pit for backyard
Fire pit. Pour Concrete
Cool fire pit idea...Sunken pit....Fire pit sunk in...fire pit pavers...fire pit...fire pit...integrated fire pit...stone fire pit...fire feature
“Cool fire pit idea” — mcs40
www.KarlGercens.com
Desert Landscape Desgin
Ideabooks2,749
Questions0
Potted plants next to fire pit
outdoor heating, firepits, heat lamps, blankets.
Keep warm. Fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living. Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous
Southwest. "Fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani."Another way to consider keeping
“Sunken fire” — alexlag
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2012 ALE: The Grotto Garden
Ideabooks10,070
Questions3
Cozy. Good idea to use fire pit too
Beautiful outdoor patio niche all natural
great outdoor space.
Impatiens, chairs, fire
fire bowl...Fire pit area...Nice fire pit...Fire pit...fire bowl...fire feature
“firepit” — Karen Redmon
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks15,687
Questions6
An outdoor living room is created by the overhang of the floor above.
What is the wood furniture brand?
Where are the outdoor sofa and chairs from?
the fire pit/ who did it and what is
The fire pit is custom fabricated. It is a stainless steel insert with Parklex panel box.
Integration of indoor and outdoor space.
Covered outdoor area with fire pit
nice covered patio that we should copy colors fire pit ….etc
Like the outdoor colour and look
“Outside - in” — ladyrenee55
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Palo Alto, CA
Ideabooks7,484
Questions2
Raised Spa, Fire Pit, Buil-in Wood Seating, Bluestone, Ashlar Paving Patio, Stone Steps
Patio with sunken hot tub and fire pit
Stone deck integrates hot tub and fire pit
I like the in ground covered hot tub near a fire pit
hot tub in stone patio with cover and fire pit nearby?
sunken hot tub and fire pit
“The "level" look - could extend the tub top to the wall” — f16gumby
CF + D custom fireplace design
1 Review
Promethee
Ideabooks5,343
Questions1
love it when wood & metal marry!
Loving this for an outdoor/undercover area
Super and super modern fire place
Without a fire underneath it, I would expect to see this in a modern art museum.
Think beyond straight lines and boxes. This open fire pit design allows for the chimney to do double duty as a large industrial sculpture.
“chimenea” — Rodrigo Gonzalez Zavala
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