Christiano Homes, Inc.
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.
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
We have a board form concrete firepit very similar to yours on a new house we are very close to finishing
Hi brett_niven, Our firepit steel top does not get noticeably hot. We believe the opening size is large
royazs: It's custom. I built the wood formwork and a concrete subcontractor placed the concrete. The steel top is provided by a metal fabricator
Rectangular Concrete Firepit with decorative top
board-formed concrete pit poured and topped it with ⅜-inch-thick cold-rolled steel.
many that fit the look and price they wanted. So they had a board-formed concrete pit poured and topped it with ⅜-inch-thick cold-rolled steel.Fireplace
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
Complete Outdoor Environments
Our smaller size allows us to get to know each client, understand his or her needs and be involved with all phases of each project.
Menlo Park garden
Could have spa on the deck side with firepit as in photo
For Brad R. Similar ground covering. Crushed concrete
Fire bowl set into raised concrete box with stones
Concrete Square Firepit...Pored concrete fire pit...Firepit for deck...outdoor firepit...Concrete but round...concrete box fire pit
Land Expressions LLC
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
Coates Design Architects Seattle
Cool backyard - economical and great looking. Did you create the concrete firepit yourself? Could you share
Who can I contact to get a similar outdoor firepit made/installed.
What is the spacing between the concrete pavers ?
This was a design build firepit from an idea from Julie Miles. We cast in place 1 foot thick wall with an open bottom. The firepit was plumbed for gas with
would suggest you contact a local contractor or concrete subcontractor
cast in place concrete - yes it is for wood
i think any good concrete contractor could build it if you showed them the photo
hello - this patio os formed with concrete pavers. 24"x24"
Concrete. Pavers with STone chips between
Can I "make" the concrete pavers?
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Los Gatos Renovation
This firepit is supplied by natural gas, piped in from the gas supply to the house. We rarely design propane firepits as the supply of gas
The chairs are lightweight concrete fiberglass, manufactured by Zachary Design .... These only weigh 50 lbs
What is the firepit made of...concrete with stone border...nice firepit!...Circular firepit...big firepit...Firepit With Jacuzzi...backyard pool firepit
Goforth Gill Architects
Vashon Residence patio
Do you have any issues with the pit being dug into the concrete like that? Did you have to line it with anything?
finish on the concrete? Broom? How do you keep it from getting too slippery?
The fire pit is a hole in the concrete with gravel in the bottom and a drain that ties into the storm drainage
worked pretty well to reduce cracking. The fire pit is just a hole in the concrete, it has no bottom. Make sure you have positive drainage from your slab
smooth concrete borders...or reverse, smooth concrete squares with aggregate concrete borders.
Concrete - steel trowel finish. Some black
So this concrete does have some