An outdoor living area designed by Phil Kean Designs in Winter Park, FL connects the main home to the guest home with a center garden sanctuary. A $2,225 black granite saturn fire vessel from Stone Forest, with lava rock and a separate natural gas kit for $390 is the main feature of this landscaping project. To create a garden sanctuary to use day or night, the design objective of this outdoor living area was accomplished with a raised seating area surrounding the stone fire pit. If you like to move your outdoor space around and don’t want to commit to a permanent fire pit, portable fire pits like the saturn fire vessel may be just what you’re looking for. You can buy a portable fire pit from your local hardware store that has individual character and a unique appeal, ranging from $100-$400 depending on the style and size.
If you want to save yourself from the hassle of building your own fire pit, add a unique enhancement to your landscape design with a decorative fire bowl. Similar to a fire pit vessel, a fire bowl is a high quality natural gas or propane fire pit that typically comes in copper or concrete and can be operated remotely from your home or pool operated system. This home in Quail West in Naples, FL designed by Marc-Michaels Interior Design, includes multiple fire bowls around the pool and a circular fire pit made by Grand Effects set in front of lounge chairs in the private courtyard. Easy to install on any deck or patio, you can get your own modern fire feature for your landscaping starting at $2,800, depending on the size, shape, and style.
A modern twist in landscaping, this San Diego outdoor living project for a single-family residence features a spectacular fire pit in the corner of this backyard retreat. Installed by AAA Landscape Specialists for $3,200, this home’s gas fire pit table was made from relatively inexpensive and long-lasting concrete masonry blocks that are typically used for building retaining walls. While firebrick forms the flame retardant interior wall of the fire pit, the exterior is finished with travertine noche veneer stone for an elegant aesthetic appeal. Bring a piece of paradise to your backyard by adding the elegant touch of colorful fire pit glass rocks, to make you feel as if you’re in a fancy restaurant or luxury hotel while in the seat of your home. Many homes build a fire pit in an outdoor table for extra space to hold food or rest drinks while you entertain and relax.
Blending effortlessly with nature, this large fire pit project brings the natural northwest environment to life. Built by Alderwood Landscaping in Sammamish, WA, the $7500 backyard fire pit features basalt boulders and natural stone veneers to produce a backyard escape for the ultimate relaxation. Without the extra landscaping and plumbing, building a masonry fire pit can cost you less than $500 depending on the size of pit and type of stone you choose. Whether you’re starting your landscaping from scratch or only adding a fire pit, hire a professional to make sure your backyard addition abides by all fire codes and regulations in your local neighborhood.
Create a focal point on your patio or in your backyard with a round stone fire pit that is simple, but still makes a statement. This fire pit in Aurora, Ohio is the perfect place for a crowd of friends to gather and socialize or roast marshmallows. For $12,000, the professionals of House of L designed an affordable luxury fire pit fit for extravagant living. The fire pit features a custom blend of stone with limestone cap and a chipped edge detail. The fire pit has a gas start for easy light up, bringing the ultimate comfort to this home’s backyard. One of the more popular fire pits to DIY, you can make your own stone fire pit in the ground by digging a hole about ten inches deep, setting and layering stones with masonry adhesive, and then adding a fire ring and gravel inside.
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