We are in January already and all the extraordinary Christmas Holidays are behind us. We have, again, 11 months till Christmas. Till then we can start making plans for the summer. It`s only natural to use this quiet warmth transition phase called spring to start thinking about outdoor bed designs, backyard landscaping design, diy fire pit projects and last but not least,swimming pools of course.
Here, today, while enjoying the warmth and coziness of the chimney when outside are -20 c we can only imagine how much we are going to miss the scent of burned wood in the upcoming summer, the coziness that a fire exudes. Through a fire pit we can create a simple and inexpensive refugee to be enjoyed in the summer nights. Further on we have selected no less than 35 smart fire pit projects that in theory can be realized in do it yourself projects with ease. Make your plan early and you might even find some discounts on natural stone or fire-pit bricks thanks to the great timing.
You can create your fire pit in ensemble, not necessarily isolated. Above,the fire pit can be used as a barbecue as well and it is attached to a small smokehouse, greatly enhancing functionality.
You can buy certain kits that include a grill to make your job easier.
You can cover the buried fire pit with a wooden cover to prevent unwanted creatures in it, especially if you will cook on it too.
Using mortar bricks with air rooms is the most inexpensive method if you cover the holes. The air rooms will retain heat efficiently and they are far cheaper than firebricks. You can just wrap them in regular bricks to give it that extraordinary look afterwards.
Two old wheels forged into a practical, movable fire pit. Simple, efficient and inexpensive.
Probably the most superb image in the article thanks to the scandinavian-like atmosphere. A superb example of how you can beautifully enjoy your terrace and firepite in the winter as well.
What can be simpler than 5 huge rocks nestling fire?!
Old tire truck transformed into a phenomenal fire pit. Just make sure that you’re not touching the metallic edge.
What do you think? Are you ready to start your own diy fire pit project? We would love to hear your opinion in the comment section below.