37 Best Patio Deck Design Ideas With Firepit To Make The Atmosphere Warmer

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Patio fire pits come in many different shapes, sizes and colors, which is great for anyone looking to buy one of these versatile warming devices for their backyard or patio. The amazing variety is endless when it comes to these amazing items. The beauty of the patio fire pit design is not only does it fit in with the decor of your backyard space, they come in different fuel types and sources.

There are those firepits which are wood burning, and a popular choice for the outdoor enthusiast, and also come in gas and propane. Depending on your preference and ideas for use. You’ll be happy with the one you choose for the warmth and ambiance it creates.

The Chiminea is a very popular choice, and can be used in cooler months. It’s very sturdy and taller than many other types of pits, but not as portable. Even though the chiminea has a different shape, it still works basically the same way and serves the same purpose.

The outdoor stove, aka known as the chiminea, has great cooking ability and can provide some heat to those who join in around the fire. The chiminea’s shape is very appealing with it’s roundish body, and tapered neck which acts like a stove and heating unit for your outdoor backyard, patio or deck. It’s burning fire that you light, is started in the wide part, the round body of the chiminea and accessed through the opening in the front of the design.

These really sturdy firepit units come in small sized to sit on top your table or larger sized for deck or patio gatherings. Patio fire pits come in different styles and are made from different materials. Some to think about while browsing are:

-Steel
-Ceramic
-Iron
-Copper
-Stone
-Marble
-Slate
-Tile
-Glass

It may be possible to find these fire burning patio fire pit units in ceramic materials or iron, and other metal substances. It comes down to personal preference for what you’d prefer. In addition to the chiminea for your choice of design you may prefer to go in-ground as opposed to above ground when it comes to having a cozy fire in your backyard.

You can start making your in-ground pit by digging a hole in the ground, and then the inside gets layered with stone to extend above the ground, of course made by a professional. These types of pits are made of rocks, and or brick materials and will insulate the fire from soil, and other debris, and also keep any weather elements like wind from damaging the unit. This is considered a pretty basic, yet rustic design for those who prefer it, and allows for a campfire, or cookout, in which case you can use a grill with it to heat up the various food items, like hot dogs, marshmallows, etc.

The particular design of the in-ground stone fireplace can be set off to the side of your backyard or be the focal point, where you can position the seating and entire backyard activities around it. Affording the in-ground firepit may not be a option for you. So, in that case, you have many other patio fire pits to choose from. The chiminea, or portable firepit maybe better for your outdoor space and family. The standard copper fire pits are another choice in the wide array of choices, and usually come with a screen to keep from sparking out, which can be too hot. These types of patio fire pits come in different shapes, such as square, round, rectangular, with a variety of cut out designs, such as deer, western shapes, college names and trees, which is a nice feature to choose from.

The smaller ones are portable and can be brought to the camp ground, beach, a friends backyard party, the desert, ocean beach, woods, or just about any place you can think of. Some of these smaller portable fire pits come with the option to not only cook small items, but roast turkey on a skewer, or rotisserie bar which can feed a large party. Other options may be a flat grill for cooking burgers, and veggies, and also an ash pan, to remove ash and debris.

There are several different types of fuel you can use to get your fire pit glowing and flaming nicely. These materials would include:

-wood burning
-gas
-propane
-gel

Some of the grill type fire pits can be used with charcoal, or logs. It’s always a good idea to read the packaging, first before you decide on the one you want. Some of these popular fire pit designs use gas, or propane instead of the basic wood burning options. With built in fire pits, there may be an option for gas, which will have to be hooked up to a gas line on your property.

Propane firepits have a propane tank they use for fuel. This may be more convenient for you. Not unlike indoor gas fireplaces, outdoor gas fire pits give off a lot of flame and may be higher than what you’d expect with a smaller one. These unit’s may come in different shapes, but usually don’t have spark screens, as they are not wood burning. So, once you’ve decided on your favorite, or suitable fire pit type, you can browse your local stores near home, or start browsing online for¬†patio fire pits.

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