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Fire Pit with Cooking Bar

Purchase your rock at a local quarry to save money. And here's another tip: You can turn a stacked stone fire pit into an instant outdoor kitchen by adding an in-ground homemade cooking bar!

Repurposed Planter Tabletop Fire Pit

If you love repurposing found items then take a cue from this blogger and turn an old concrete planter into a tabletop fire pit. Beautiful aqua fire glass makes a pretty and practical finishing touch.

One-Hour Fire Pit

If you're pressed for time, this one-hour DIY fire pit is the project for you. It's so easy to make using stones and lava rock from your local hardware store.

Fire Pit with Cooking Grate

S'mores aren't the only thing you can make over a fire pit. Add a custom grate and you'll be grilling for your friends and family in no time!

50 Brick Fire Pit

Who knew you could build your own fire pit for $50 using only landscaping bricks and adhesive? We like the modern, square shape of this pit, too.

Fire Pit with Hardscape Benche

If you're a beginner DIYer, you can make things easier by purchasing a fire pit kit from your local hardware store. You'll still have to assemble it using construction adhesive

Fire Pit with Painted Adirondack Chair

Add a pop of color to your fire pit area by spray painting Adirondack chairs in a bright hue like purple.

Stone Fire Pit

A stone fire pit is one of the simplest and most stylish fire pits you can DIY. Follow this easy tutorial to make one out of concrete landscaping stones.

Washing Machine Drum Fire Pit

This ingenious project involves repurposing an old metal washing machine drum as a chic standing fire pit. We love the sleek black color, too.

DIY Tabletop Fire Pit

If you're working with a small outdoor space, you may want to consider a tabletop fire pit. This one is so cute and only costs about $10 to make with a cement planter, white stones, and a fuel canister.

Sustainable Garden    

Design an eco-friendly garden that focuses on sustainability. Incorporate rainwater harvesting, composting, and use native,       

Solo Stove Fire Pit

A flagstone rock raised border, pea gravel, and a Solo Stove smokeless fire pit come together to make this space one to enjoy every night of summer

Wood and Cinder Block Benches Fire Pit

To ensure all your guests can comfortably fit around your fire pit, try this version with five benches in a hexagon shape.

Rustic "Smokeless" Fire Pit

There’s no such thing as a 100 percent smokeless fire pit, but there are certainly ways to reduce the smoke. Follow this tutorial using a slatted fire ring and pavers to create your own "smokeless" version!

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