93,687 concrete firepit Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Smith
Japanese Cottage
particular brand of fireplace insert to get the large flames? Just cut concrete surround?
wood covering (to match deck) and stone or concrete base
wide concrete fire-pit concrete bench with wood seat
Love the wood and concrete in this modern firepit and bench.
Firepit cast from concrete!...concrete firepit...smooth concrete...Firepit de concreto....Board formed concrete and firepit...FIREPIT - SEATING AREA
“Outdoor” — ironrosedesign
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Noe Heights, San Francisco
smooth concret for the garden bed?
color of concrete with the wood contrast
I like the concrete sitting area....concrete / wood. firepit...concrete steps...Concrete firepit...Deck firepit...Concrete stairs...Concrete with wood...concrete firepit in deck...Concrete slab...Concrete and wood...Concrete finish
“Firepit” — Holly Rezzonico Vargas
Canyon Construction
2 Reviews
Warm contemporary
similar to the type of firebowls found at the place we purchased ours, Concrete Creations LA, in Reseda, CA.
concrete firepit good but don't need all that weight
polished concrete...Outdoor firepit...modern concrete bowl...concrete modern firepit
“Fireplace” — regis2
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Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Can you please tell me the source for the firepit? Thank you....
There are two different firepit/seating areas.This one is in back patio area one level above the outdoor kitchen. The other firepit area is on the side of
The firepit was a custom piece and built on site. --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design
Concrete fire pit with a separate concrete top.
“patio furiture, corner, fenced” — 4petergentry
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Costa Mesa Farmhouse Contemporary remodel
The outdoor patio area features an exposed concrete fire pit with white stucco bench for seating.
I like the firepit. What did you use to build the form?
Does the fire pit require a different type of concrete than the branch?
This is all the same concrete, the only difference is the board forming on the fire pit.
The space between the firepit and the long side of the
The firepit was was formed with rough sawn 2x6 boards.
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.
“Firepit and seatwall” — Holly Rezzonico Vargas
Concrete Concepts LLC
8 Reviews
Flagstone stamped concrete patio, with gas fire pit that has fire glass in it, with belgard Weston wall seat wall with under mount fx low voltage lighting
Love the firepit and built in lighting.
the stamped concrete with paver blocks...stamped concrete with firepit...stamp concrete...round firepit and ledge...Stamped concrete...Firepit and stamp...Pattern of concrete...stamped concrete pattern
“built in lighting” — Stacy Sopcich
Land Expressions LLC
2 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms
What color is the concrete? Any details on how
similar to what i am looking for and I'd just like a ballpark figure for the concrete/stone work and the pergola too if that was your work as well - just lovely
Hi Melayna, this looks like a poured concrete pit. You can also order these in lightweight concrete if you want to be able to move to different
Is this stamped concrete? If so, what color(s) are used?
LOVE this stamped concrete!!! with the bron edges!
What is our firepit made of?...Is the firepit gas or wood burning?...round firepit - I would add a wider lip
“Color” — anthony7572
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Small City Garden
and styles mixed with concrete slabs. Nice square firepit, instead of the usual round ones
spot for an inset firepit, which offers clean lines and unobstructed views. Drew Sivgals of AMS Landscapes says a gas-fueled firepit is the best alternative
A table height concrete firepit positions the flame at eye level and makes an attractive focal point when kicking back in comfy patio furniture. When not
today are gas, so there is no hassle building the fire. And if you use concrete logs or other nonflammable material instead of wood, there is no smoke
Geometric shapes as well as concrete and gravel are hallmarks of contemporary design. These pavers, with their
Is that poured concrete or limestone?...concrete firepit is a cool contrast
“Wow” — Jill Davis Design
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