Wondering what fire pit trends are the hottest right now? Read below and see which ones you can apply for your next fire pit project.
Paved Patio Surface
Firepits are the best gathering areas, making an outdoor area warmer and more inviting. The raised patio defines the area and a custom-built bench by the fire pit is strategically placed near the fire pit. With its unique star design, a patriotic nod to the Lone Star State, this firepit becomes the new focal point for this family home’s backyard.
Firepit on the Table
The traditional fire pits are usually mounted on the ground or on a paved patio, low in height and can be as small as your space requires. However, more and more homes these days want to take it a level higher, literally. Raising the fire pit on the table is a unique take to the usual lowly firepit, increasing both warmth and comfort.
Taking a mystical turn, as more homeowners become environmentally aware of the detrimental effects of using fossil fuels, fire glass has taken hold of fire pits around the country. Since it does not emit any smoke and can be re-used indefinitely, it’s no wonder many homeowners are opting to use this in their gas fire pits.
This corner fireplace provides maximum warmth to this outdoor kitchen despite its open setup. Its neutral shades create a laidback style, making the outdoor room even cozier. Also note how the placement of each element renders every inch of the outdoor space functional without it looking cluttered.
Fire Pit as the Focal Point
As more homeowners discover the outdoor lifestyle hiding right in their backyards, fire pits have continuously been installed not only to give warmth to their outdoors but also to serve as the focal point of their backyard. As the main crowd drawers, fire pits make an outdoor room feel just as comfortable as an indoor room.