12 Great Backyard Fire Pit Ideas
A fire pit can be the centerpiece to a backyard. Check out some of these ideas to get an idea for your backyard.
Simple Brick Fire Pit Design
This fire pit design idea is simple and can be done for less than $300. This particular fire pit cost $250 with the brick design. After a little work it turned out to be the perfect place to circle round in late evenings. Find out how to build a fire pit in your backyard.
Flagstone Fire Ring
This fire pit utilizes flagstones for its design and can match nicely with any retaining wall features you might have in your yard.T his one costs more than the brick design but it can be a bigger gathering spot for friends and family. Find out how to build a fire ring on your own.
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Pirate Ship Fire Pit
This elaborate design can fulfill the artistic side for a DIYer. If you’ve got the tools available, a pirate ship fire pit could be a swash-buckling good time. Check out 12 tips for drilling holes in metal if you dare to set course for this pirate ship.
Cowboy Cauldron Fire Pit
The Cowboy Cauldron Co. has some of the biggest and coolest fire pits and cast iron works available on the market. The company offers three styles of fire pits made from steel. They run expensive so unless you’re in the habit of hosting large parties in your backyard on a regular basis, it might not be the fit for you. Find out how to cut cast iron on your own.
Diamond Plated Fit Pit
This diamond plated pit is portable, which makes it an intriguing option for those short on space in the backyard. If you’ve got some knowledge working with metal, then this is a DIY project up your alley. You’ll need an angle grinder for this pit. Learn how to use an angle grinder.
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Wooden Fire Pit
A wooden fire pit seems like a project that is sure to go up in flames but this fire pit uses a sheet metal bucket to prevent that from happening. The design makes it look like you have a fireplace outside. If you’d rather have a fireplace inside your home, find out how to install a gas fireplace.
Grocery Cart Fire Pit
Bring the fire with you with a portable grocery cart fire pit. Add a spark screen and a base to catch the embers and your on your way with a pit that cost less than $100. You can even keep a stock pile of wood underneath. Cut down a tree safely if you need firewood for your fire pit.
Fire Pit and Patio Table
Kill two birds with one stone with this patio table fire pit. This project requires welding and knowledge of how to work with propane heating. Once it’s done it can be an awesome backyard piece that can be placed just about anywhere.