36,342 concrete fire pit Home Design Photos

Modern Landscape
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How is the steel embedded into the concrete? Rear connection?
What ingredients are in the concrete mix?
Fireplace made of concrete stamped with bar wood forms
Grass around fire pit with pavers
great fire pit of concrete block backed by steel
Cor ten steel as a fireplace backdrop. Mix of stone, concrete, steel.
fire pit with cor ten back
You could use concrete to enable any finished form ?
theater — and a measure of safety for nearby plants — to the fire pit. Designed by Koning Eizenberg Architecture of Santa Monica, California, the piece is an 8-by-8 steel sheet bolted to a steel frame behind the rectangular concrete fire pit. The steel is oiled to arrest rust. Cor-Ten steel, available
the mark that comes from fire just adds to the character of the steel. More materials to use at home: A Periodic Table of Design Elements Today's Concrete: Warm and Wonderful Pure Modern: Pick Plywood
“Concrete form pit” — laelselznick
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Costa Mesa Farmhouse Contemporary remodel
Ideabooks2,073
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The outdoor patio area features an exposed concrete fire pit with white stucco bench for seating.
How much space do you have between the fire pit and the bench seating?
Does the fire pit require a different type of concrete than the branch?
the skills necessary for your application. One other thing to consider: If you want to make a fire pit, fountain, a bench, or something like that, you may want to form it in the shape you want, use a concrete mix with the color mixed into it, and have it finished the you want.
This is all the same concrete, the only difference is the board forming on the fire pit.
concrete fire pit matches the concrete floor
Concrete with slot and glass rocks
Like this if DIY fire pit and rectangular
“Good use of form” — jprassl
brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks1,703
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Are they pavers and pit poured in place?
is "Green Egg"(Large size) you can visit their website and "find a dealer" close to you. http://www.biggreenegg.com/ The counter top is 2" thick concrete, which poured on site. Thank your for your interest.
Site poured pavers, fire pit and clean, simple design of the
concrete fire pit! Just love the overall look of this whole outdoor space.
Maybe concrete blocks with crushed gravel for patio? Less expensive alternative?
Good use of concrete and fire pit
Pergola, concrete pavers with drainage, firepit, grassy
Concrete Counter tops By Gunnells Concrete
Lights, Pavers, Wood Fence, Built-in Bar, Fire pit
summer camp. Campfires played a big role in the beginning of their relationship, so they wanted the fire pit to be a very central and accessible feature in the backyard. Zamore built the concrete fire pit right where the hardscape met the softscape to heighten the juxtaposition. It’s open on all sides
“Concrete” — Stephanie Jehle
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Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks3,296
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How high is that fire pit?
I noticed on your website there is a picture of the fire pit. Can you tell me what the shrubs are behind it, looks like a sort of ground cover. I love it for privacy. Hope
low fence wall around fire pit for added privacy
furniture layout (although no wood furniture and maybe a table instead of a fire pit).
Concrete fire pit with a separate concrete top.
“firepit and chairs” — davidkwardjr
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
"deck"adent
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firepit and seating? and what height is the fire pit.
Do you have vents at the bottom of the fire pit? Should there be vents? Thank you.
Can you tell me what the actual dimension is of the actual fire area and what size burner, etc. did you use
Where can I purchase a fire pit similar to this one ?
Does anyone know of a good source for fire pit rocks or glass instead of using fake logs? I've seen this look before used in a gas fire pit & it was really cool, but not sure where to find these rocks or glass rocks.
to burn wood, you need something pretty serious like the custom concrete fabrication above. Also if you're burning wood, check with your local jurisdiction about what is legal in your community. In many areas you may not enjoy a wood fire without a sparkscreen to protect surrounding combustibles, and
“built in seats” — cloreilly
Mediterranean Patio
Ideabooks1,518
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pretty cover on the fire bowl
Okay, this isn't a bowl, it is a concrete fire pit. But I included it because the cover over the fire is so decorative! Tip 3: Most fire bowls made for burning real wood come with a mesh cover. Once your fire is lit and has burned down a little, be sure to use the screen. This keeps sparks from floating
“Back porch” — tim_chloe
CahillStudio Sonoma
Orchard Guest House Dragonsleaf Estate
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Inground concrete storage bunker to the left
Fire pit a short walk away
a separation from the house and the fire pit. Good for a spa also
Square fire pit with circular insert
Stone wall, cellar, and the fire pit!
love the bunker and fire pit
Dave Roche of Roche+Roche Landscape Architecture worked in concert with Cahill on the property. This fire pit area provides another cozy outdoor room on chilly nights. The door to the right and the concrete bunker behind it are new. Tucked into the hill, the storage space helps convey the story of an old
old wine cellar, serving as a place to store extra chairs and cushions.The bench and fireplace are board-formed concrete.
“Fire pit!!” — claireronayne
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Noe Heights, San Francisco
Ideabooks1,672
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for chairs. Obv not using concrete for steps or wood for area around firepit.
simple fire pit coordinates with concrete
Mixing Concrete in with the wood. Especially like the concrete fire pit.
Concrete fire pit built within the deck
Put wood on the side of the pit
Clean Concrete linear paving & stairs contrasted by warm wood decking.
“Fire pit on deck” — Vasee Nesiah
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