According to the American Society of Landscape Architects, fire pits, or outdoor fireplaces, are the No. 1 requested design feature today. Why not? They add ambiance to a cool evening, and it's nice to just sit and stare at a burning fire. Plus, you can have one for a lot less than you might think.
A fire pit will be perfect in a garden decorated with stones and wood for a mountain atmosphere.
You can also use your fire pit to grill meat or vegetables with your friends around.
The fire pit can be used as a unique decoration of a garden decorated with a green lawn.
The long fire pit is perfect for a modern design and a cozy atmosphere around sofas decorated with cushions.
The fire pit will warm you up during your open-air movie nights and allow you to enjoy it when the temperature is lower.
If you install it under a tree, remember to provide a space to evacuate heat.
The simplest fire pit of all is little more than a metal bowl, which may or may not come equipped with a grill top — just in case you want to do a little outdoor cooking — and a protective screen cover.
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