Outdoor Fireplaces and Fire Pits That Light Up the Night
Give your outdoor space warm, year-round appeal and ambiance by adding a stunning fire pit or fireplace.
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March 23, 2015
Whether you're cooking hot dogs in the summer, roasting marshmallows in the winter or simply enjoying the subtle warmth of the fire, this stone-surround fire pit makes being outside any time of the year a truly enjoyable experience.
This covered outdoor oasis is party-ready with plenty of seating and a stunning fire feature right in the middle. The stone-surround gas fire pit is instantly the focal point of the entire space and invites guests to gather around the campfire during the summer or winter months.
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This stone and marble fire feature is perfectly situated in the middle of a spacious deck surrounded by incredible city views. Built-in bench seating offers plenty of space to host a large party, as well as the option to pull up a chair and take in the warmth of the fire.
Night swimming just got a lot better. This elegant poolside retreat features an outdoor fireplace with bench seating and a heated swimming pool with an elevated hot tub and plenty of soothing water features. Plus, the fireplace is close enough to the pool and hot tub to provide post-swimming warmth. Design by Scott Cohen
The owners of this stunning fire pit have situated it as close to the edge of the patio as possible, creating the best spot for stargazing and absorbing the mountain views. For a cohesive and uniform look, the natural stonework used on the patio floors was also used to build the matching gas-powered fire pit.
Many outdoor dining tables are abandoned during the fall and winter months as the weather gets cooler. The addition of this fireplace makes outdoor meals and entertaining an option all year round, no matter what the weather is.
To get the most from your outdoor space, it should also elicit the same comfort as your interior living spaces. Designer Robert Hursthouse proves the comfort of a patio is just as important by using this natural stone fire pit as the focal point and encircling comfortable, cushioned outdoor chairs around it.
Bring warmth to your garden path or patio with the addition of a cultured stone fireplace. Add a concrete privacy wall and fresh landscaping to create a woodsy, private retreat to enjoy January through December.
This lakeside gathering space from HGTV Green Home 2008 features six Adirondack chairs and a 19th century-inspired syrup kettle as the backyard’s unique fire pit feature.