I don’t know about you, but fall is my absolute favorite time of the year. The temperature is crisp and cool. The leaves turn fiery shades of orange and red. There are apples to pick, pumpkins to carve, and cider to drink. It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the great outdoors, so today, we’ve gathered a bunch of fire pit ideas for you to get fired up about. While a fire pit is useful any time of the year, it’s perfect for fall bonfires. Grab some hot dogs or s’mores because with the ideas we’ve cooked up, you will want to build one of these fire pit ideas ASAP.
Fire Pit Ideas
As you’ll see in a lot of these photos, seating is just as important as the fire pit itself if you want to make good use of your backyard. This idea centers on a basic, circular, stone fire pit, but the seating amps it up to a cozy gathering area. If your yard is already uneven, play that up to create a more intimate space with steps leading down to sunken seating and a fire pit.
If you’re limited on space and want to keep the fire pit closer to home, add it into your patio. This flat fire pit is useful and chic but also unobtrusive. It’s perfect for homeowners who want the warmth and functionality of a fire pit but don’t want it take up a lot of space. It could easily be covered up for special occasions.
This sunken, circular fire pit is surrounded by stones, which protect the grass and give the fire pit more structure. This is a great in-between choice for homeowners torn between very simple, no-nonsense fire pits and those that come with built-in seating and beautiful stones. It’s simple, but still attractive and well-designed. Plus, it can easily be morphed into some other yard feature if you someday choose to get rid of your fire pit. You could plant a tree in the center of the circle, install a flag pole, or create a circular bench.
For those with very modern, stylish taste, this sunken fire pit should fit the bill. Its clean lines and cool simplicity reflect the architecture of the house. This design would best suit homeowners who want a fire pit for the entertaining possibilities rather than practical, outdoorsy use.
If you want a fire pit but you don’t want to center your backyard around it or drastically change your landscaping design, consider adding a fire pit to an existing, decorative wall. As long as the wall is low, it creates a great barrier that can also be used for temporary seating.
This fire pit relies on a basic, circular stone structure but enhances the entertaining possibilities by adding matching chairs and tables. The gravel square protects the grass and separates the space from the rest of the yard. This fire pit is perfect for homeowners with a large backyard who enjoy relaxing and socializing outside.
The leaves are just beginning to change color, so now is the perfect time to install a fire pit in your backyard. Pick your favorite and get those marshmallows and hot dogs ready! And for all your home construction needs, look to the Bailey Company. We’ve got the knowledge you need and the experience you can trust.
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