831 cast limestone firepit Outdoor Design Photos

Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect
13 Reviews
backyard retreat in town Atlanta
Ideabooks17,316
Questions9
Outdoor firepit and craftsman style outbuilding provide backdrop for grilling and entertaining.
approximately what is the circumference of the entire firepit area
Where was the firepit stone purchased?
What is the height of your firepit? It's just the perfect size. Thanks
This is one of my client's homes. The firepit is about 12' from the SHED and about 25 from the MAIN house. You should definitely check your local ordinances regarding fire pits and fireplaces.
What kind of crushed rock is around the firepit diameter? I like the color too.
“Outdoor fire pit” — shirleylaurent
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Exterior Photos
Ideabooks14,530
Questions5
What do you do with a sunken firepit when not in use? My husband is skittish about doing one--does anyone ever fall in? Seriously :)
We have found the most popular sizes are 36" and 45" diameter and 11-14" deep, but we are handcrafting cast iron bowls and stands. The cast iron radiates a lot of heat. In the pit above typically rock or sand may be used for drainage. Obviously, the overall size will depend on your outdoor living area
them. I do have a client that posts pictures of her dog jumping in her fire pit, not when the fire is on :) Good luck getting your hubby to agree, a firepit is a great addition to any yard.
Sunken fire pit using a cast iron bowl and stand. Cast iron radiates a lot of heat. rock or sand used for drainage
“Irregular pavers” — solvealways
Copper Creek Landscaping
5 Reviews
Eagle Ridge Residence
Ideabooks5,484
Questions3
That is a pre-cast concrete cap! Thanks!
pre cast concrete cap
This fire-pit is beautiful
Rock around firepit?
Firepit feature...Cap on firepit...Nice firepit...The firepit
“Division between patio and fire pit” — amv02
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Southlake
Ideabooks3,489
Questions2
Like the Gravel paving. More rustic (Eden/Wisconsin limestone) stone masonry 18" tall fire pit.
I like the natural feel of this firepit
Chair style, color and firepit stone color
excellent firepit set up
This is a nice firepit
firepit with gravel...love this firepit...great firepit...seating & firepit...Ledge firepit...round firepit...stone firepit...backyard firepit
“I like the natural feel of this firepit” — georginadirker
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Fire Pit
Ideabooks24,120
Questions3
What material is used for ground cover surrounding the firepit?
freezing and thawing that might result in water getting into the mortar and freezing, resulting in the stone popping off? - what did you build up the firepit with? Block, stone, brick, poured concrete? - how big is it and what type of look do do you want - formal, rustic, etc? - how close will the fire
It is smooth saw cut native Texas limestone, probably 2-1/2" to 3" thick with chopped rough edges.
“stone instead of brick” — pfranecki
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Eclectic Craftsman
Ideabooks23,529
Questions11
are there any restrictions for firepits and do you need a permit thank you Adie57
Thanks for your question Dave. The cast iron bowl is available from millstones.com. Enjoy!
Hi Dave, thanks for your question. The cast iron bowl is from millstones.com. Enjoy!
Thanks for your question. The seat wall is a combination of split-faced granite fieldstone with a Bedford Limestone custom cut seat. James
Love this Kettle firepit. Looked up info and found out that the firepit is a syrup kettle. very cool
“Cool fire bowl” — Jerry Waddilove
Phase One Landscapes
Fireplaces & Fire Pits
Ideabooks3,379
Questions3
brickwork firepit - a nice feature
Firepit surround cap
Firepit height and top edge
Limestone pit...Stone firepit...I like this firepit...firepit height...the firepit...Firepit tile...outdoor firepit
“firepit” — kpc36
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
"deck"adent
Ideabooks14,198
Questions6
Do you remember how much space you have between the firepit and seating? and what height is the fire pit.
Be a little careful what kind of stones you put in a firepit. Some explode when heated, sending small sharp fragments flying. I concur with Anne, your local fireplace expert should be able to help. Find one
“the open angled slats” — vanillamendoza
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