50 Awesome DIY Fire Pit Design Ideas

31 Swimming Pool and Fire Pit

Swimming Pool and Fire Pit31. Swimming Pool and Fire Pit: Check out this impressive backyard space with a swimming pool and fire pit seen on HGTV (via Luxury Portfolio International®)

32 Outdoor Space With Flowers and Firepit

Outdoor Space With Flowers and Firepit32. Outdoor Space With Flowers and Firepit: DIY Network: Relax outdoors in lush flower landscaping and warm up next to the firepit in this outdoor space. (via DIY Network)

33 How to Build a Patio Fire Pit

How to Build a Patio Fire Pit33. How to Build a Patio Fire Pit: This ain’t any old patio fire pit. This addition to our backyard cost $125 AND only took 30 minutes to put together. Not even kidding. So we finally got our stamped concrete patio finished this past Friday. Can I just say I’m in love! I really wanted a corner fire pit but wasn’t quite sure (via How to Nest for Less)

34 Eco-Friendly Industrial

Eco-Friendly Industrial34. Eco-Friendly Industrial: The finished backyard transformation at the Federico residence by licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and his crew as seen on the DIY Networks’ original series ‘Yard Crashers’. (via DIY Network)

35 Fire Pit Using Concrete Tree Rings

Fire Pit Using Concrete Tree Rings35. Fire Pit Using Concrete Tree Rings: We recently moved from the remote north woods of Wisconsin where people create great lakeside campfires by digging large fire pits into the ground and lining them with large rocks. We now live in a residential neighborhood in the Central Valley of California. Here, campfires are confined to pre-built pits or structures. People build only small controlled fires to minimize the risk of sparks blowing into neighboring combustibles when the fire is left unattended. These smaller campfires are also easy to extinguish, with less risk of embers continuing to burn.Even with these restrictions, our family still loves to sit outside around an evening fire in the backyard. But we didn’t want to spend a small fortune on a pre-manufactured patio fire pit or a contractor built unit. We were also not sure where we might permanently want the pit located. So we needed something we could take down and move … (via dewey302)

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