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Fire Pit Design and Construction Hickory NC

Building a backyard fire pit is a favorite DIY project. You dig a hole, put some bricks and sand in the bottom, and install a decorative pit border with some rocks or bricks. Sounds simple, right?

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Fire Pit Design Tips From The Masters

Building a backyard fire pit is a favorite DIY project. You dig a hole, put some bricks and sand in the bottom, and install a decorative pit border with some rocks or bricks. Sounds simple, right?

If you’re not careful, your fire pit will look like exactly what it is – a hole in the ground where you burn stuff. That’s not very romantic. You want a fire pit to have an aura of mystery and mastery. It should be a crucible hosting the powerful element of fire that Man has harnessed to do his bidding…you get the idea. One way to achieve this is by picking the right setting, the right materials, and the right furniture. Here, three professional landscaping design companies share some of their favorite fire pit projects to show us how it’s done.

Surround Smell

The aroma of burning wood is one of the most enjoyable aspects of having an outdoor fire. But being choked by smoke is no fun at all. This fire pit is designed with 360 degree access. That means the homeowners can move chairs around based on the wind direction to keep smoke out of their eyes.

Expert Fire Pit Design

From Mud to Stone

This fire pit and stone patio were constructed on what the designer calls a “soggy, unusable backyard”. It’s the ‘if you can’t beat them, join them’ approach to landscaping – and it works well. The fire pit isn’t the central concept in this outdoor space, but that’s OK. It serves its intended purpose of providing flickering eventide ambience for visitors lounging under the gorgeous cedar per...

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