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Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
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STORY: See how to make this stone firepit here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/535448/list/How-to-Make-a-Stacked-Stone-Fire-Pit
who is the manufacturer of the fire pit components?
What product did you use surrounding the pit and how is it contained?
Hello Pamela- the surrounding is cheap, temporary pea gravel- we are replacing it this summer with decomposed granite. It's not contained by anything in particular although I did dig down about 2" and then edged & filled the area.
Awesome fire pit and pea gravel surround
mike and i like the fire pit idea
how to built the fire pit
I like the all season chairs and you can move around the fire to get away from the smoke
like the openness and room around the fire pit.
“Buena idea para patio” — Stella Lavelli
Ellis Construction Co., Inc.
2 Reviews
Palmetto Bluff Home and Guest House
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and more clients from GA because they are starting to realize the convenience and beauty of Natural Gas Fire Pits. In the future, look into adding even more beauty and functionality to your fire pits with our Artistic Iron Logs -- truly a difference maker. Keep up the good work !
great combo. We recommend this combo to many of our customers looking for fire pit ideas. You should look into recommending to your clients too !
The fire pit is 6' across. It is laid with a double wall of brick. The inside dimension
The fire pit is about 19" tall which is approx chair height. We filled the inside with masonry sand to within 3 courses of the top. The gas feed comes in from the bottom and we put a 4" piece of plastic pipe in the bottom so water could drain out. We purchased two sets of "tee-pee" gas fire logs
“I love the brick fire pit” — gillshort
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
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the small rocks around the fire pit
Super Easy!!! just rocks and a fire pit!
Exterior design looks cheap and modern.
Perfect idea for a fire pit in the lower grass area. Looks nice and safe.
Circular rock seating area around fire pit
and fire pit off a bit
Mike & Helen's Fire Pit - II
overdesign the landscaping, wanting it to be fairly easy and natural, in keeping with their surroundings. Next summer they plan to replace the overgrown foliage near the fire bowl with a row of Silver Feather grass.Fire bowl: John T. Unger; landscaping (in progress): Kiva Landscaping DesignShow us your home
A few steps away from the patio, a sculptural Cor-Ten fire bowl by John T. Unger modernizes the ritual of sitting around the fire. The kids love to hang out here at night and play cards or make s’mores. The couple completed the renovation in the fall of 2012, so the landscaping is still a work in progress
“small fire pit” — ryansmith35
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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LaMond Design
3 Reviews
Hardscapes
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Natural look of fire pit area
cheap way to make a fire pit
Like the large boulders circling the fire and the lucky stones for seating area around make it easier maintenance.
rocks around fire, stone for sitting area
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“Rock pit” — fpartida
kim E. rooney
1 Review
Redmond Golf
Ideabooks7,075
Questions5
Was the fire pit purchased? If so...where? Thanks!
Where to get these rocks around the fire pit? Are they custom made?
Where can I find a fire/water pit similar to this?
I also want to know where to purchase this fire/water pit
like putting green fire pit transition
Fire pit surrounded by large stones
water around the fire is so awesome!
I love the water around the fire focal point.
fire pit- we could organize our space better
I love that this fire bowl incorporates water, too. This one is also a nice choice if you want something beautiful with or without fire. I also really like the concrete blocks placed around it for seating.
“Look at this joe” — lblkstk
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Westport River House - West Elevation at night
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Questions1
Hello! The fire pit is made from steel landscape edging, formed into a large circle, and then filled with beach gravel. A few big rocks are available for seating and year round interest. Couldn't be easier!
How is the fire pit made?
The fire and the cool pad
example of fire ring and chairs on grass.
“Sandstone” — hendersonkat10
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
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How-to building a fire pit with gravel surround
The rock on the fire pit
Fire pit surrounded by a garden
I'm considering it done.For now I think I'll kick back and listen to late-night stories told by friends with the crackling sound of fire in the background.More:Browse fire pit design ideasMore DIY projects
“Lawn” — slidingdownthestrings
Phase One Landscapes
Fireplaces & Fire Pits
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Colorado are Artistic Iron Logs. They extend the fire pit season to be year round due to the heat they release. They also give a patio a ski-resort look. In this case, it will only make this patio slightly nicer because of the great foliage surrounding but an improvement none-the-less ;-) Keep up the
This fire pit has a 3'-6" inner diameter with a 5'-6" outside diameter, as the cap is 1'-0" wide. It is about 16" above the patio. Hope this helps!
What a fantastic patio/fire-pit area. You guys did a fantastic job on all of the landscaping
Love the stone surround & top. Dislike the volcano rock
Natural stone fire pit, green surround
should be surrounded by stone?! Hard to walk bare-foot on gravel :(
“Large stone fire pit.” — Tracy Worby
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