If you're thinking about finally getting around to installing that fire pit in your home, take a look at some of the inspirational pits down below to see which one will work best for you!
This particular fire pit is surrounded by patio furniture and is perfect for entertaining guests or just relaxing with the family. It's far enough from the home to be safe and also accentuates the backyard by being the viewing piece. Accenting this fire pit with brick also gives the pit a bit of a pop.
The floor is paved and also adds to the ambiance of the fire pit while also turning the space into a bit of an outdoor patio.
This modern fire pit is accented with a glass wall and overlooks the scenery, which adds to the location. The in-table gas fire pit also makes it safer to keep near the house while also surrounding the space with comfier furniture like sofas.
What adds to the space is matching the table with the furniture and adding bursts of blue with throw pillows in accent pillows.
With the fire pit overlooking the water, this is a great idea for anyone looking to enjoy a fire while also enjoying the scenery. The complementary colors on the sofa also add to the lighthearted, beachy feel.
Nestling the fire pit between the sofas while also having everything face the scenery adds to the ambiance and allows guests to enjoy the surrounding views.
This fire pit design is better for those who are looking to be more on the low-key side. There are no stones laid down leading up to it, the pit isn't very large, and the patio furniture isn't adorned with any throw pillows or other accents.
To place a fire pit in the backyard without any theatrics does add something fun to your yard without doing any sort of overkill. it also helps to save money!