Erin Lang Norris
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My husband and I live in a 1950 ranch-style home a few miles west of Madison, Wisconsin. When I'm not working, I like to do projects around my house, get out in my canoe or go camping, read design and psychology blogs and work on mixed media art.
Commented: Ring of wood inside the pitHi! They're actually fire bricks, which we installed to avoid cracks in the actual stone which would be caused by the extreme heat. I'm glad we used them- the fire pit will be 4 or 5 years old this su...
April 23, 2014
Commented: 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...
April 6, 2014
Commented: Cool benchéHey, great question! Actually, most of the pieces were the same depth at 1/2". There were a couple that weren't but I just left them how they were. It's not used for seating much so it works out fine....
September 15, 2013
Commented: Is the fire pit cemented together?Hi! Thanks for your question- the stones are mortared together. :)
July 17, 2013
Commented: What is the name of that stone used for the firepit??Hello, sorry for the late reply! It is Sandy Creek Stone.
April 11, 2013