If you already know if it’s okay to install a fire pit in your home, I’m going to make things very easy for you with this article. I’m about to open your mind to new fire pit forms and ideas that can fit your home, its personality, and obviously increase its looks and value.
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When you think about “firepits” I bet the first thing that comes to your mind is a “round form with fire.” Don’t feel bad, round it’s the obvious form of a fire pit, but there are 7 other forms that a fire pit can have, and that makes it blend with your house. Here’s a list of the 8 forms a fire pit can have:
This is the obvious form of a fire pit, and it’s the most popular everywhere. A lot of people don’t even imagine there are other forms that we can build fire pits for them. From now on, I’m going to start showing you the 6 fire pit forms that you probably didn’t image.
A few years ago we built a square fire pit, but it’s not a very popular choice because people don’t think it’s exciting on the eyes. However, it can be a great choice for people with limited space in their backyards.
Another very similar shape to the square fire pit is the rectangular firepit. I think this fire pit form is perfect for people with a little more space in their backyard, plus it doesn’t look as simple as the square version.
Personally, I consider the triangular fire pit as one of the most beautiful forms you can have in a backyard, plus if you have limited space we can always fit a triangular firepit in your backyard corners. This is a beautiful design that I love, can you feel the sense of peace?
If you’re following some of our social media sites, you have probably already seen the picture of the fire pit in octagon shape. It is complicated to build, but I think it’s a lot of fun to shape.
Finally, the linear fire pit. We built one linear fire pit many years ago too, it was in Sonoma, California if I’m not mistaken. Those are beautiful and simple to shape depending the materials. I’m showing you a couple of designs here.
Well, now you know more fire pit forms that you didn’t imagine, hopefully this will open your mind for ideas in your backyard, and if you need any help to build a fire pit, you can always contact us!!
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