Having a nice backyard to your house surely is a great benefit. It’s always nice to hang out and feel the breeze, bask in the sun and enjoy some quality time in good company. A beautifully designed lounge area will certainly turn into a major center of interest and activity. A nice fire pit, on the other hand, will prove to be the perfect focal point for your outdoor backyard lounge area.
A fire pit would surely be a great addition to your backyard design. It will not only look good, but it will keep you nice and warm even when it’s a little cool outside. It will be just the place to hang around with your whole family and friends, so be sure to have a number of seating options laying around – armchairs, benches and the like.
A fire pit can be designed in a number of shapes and styles. It can be more traditional or more modern depending on the style of your house and your personal preferences. Most fire pits are round in shape, but you can have a custom design, as well – semi-round and square shapes can look just as beautiful.
Most fire pits are made of stone, since that is a highly durable material that is also fire resistant. You can use stone bricks and blocks, or rough unhewn stones to build your design. A not so traditional approach is to go with a metal fire bowl – it will certainly stand out as more unconventional.
Now, get ready to feel inspired and have a look at our collection of backyard fire pit design ideas.
This fire pit is located in the middle of a green backyard lawn. It is round in shape and it’s made of stone. It’s pretty simple in design but sometimes the best things in life are the most simple ones.
Here is another fire pit design. This one is large in size and square in shape. It’s made of unhewn stone and rests on pebble-covered ground. With a number of seating options around it, it sure is a great place to hang out around.
Here is a more refined fire pit area design. It is set in large stone blocks and has a stone bench that’s integrated in the design. It is a beautiful lounge area with a relaxed feel to it and a whole lot of style.
This charming little lounge area surely is cozy and relaxed. It features a stone-laid patio and a round fire pit with a pair of rocking chairs nearby and a beautiful backyard landscape design.
Here is another fireplace area that is set in stone. This one has a more modern feel to it and an exotic vibe – just look at those beautiful palm trees. Aren’t they something!
This outdoor lounge area features a fire bowl made of metal that rests on a stone-laid patio in the middle of a nice green lawn. The designer butterfly chairs are another nice touch that catches the eye.
Here is another backyard area with a round fire bowl. It is set in stone and features a full set of wicker patio furniture – a couch, a pair of armchairs, and a couple of benches and side tables.
This outdoor lounge area fits in just fine on a covered patio looking out to a beautiful pine wood. The wooden roof is a nice feature that is sure to keep you sheltered at all times, and the fire pit will keep you warm.
Here is a design for those who enjoy the finer things in life. This outdoor lounge area features a fire pit with a stone bench and integrated accent lighting. It looks out to a nice private pool and a beautiful backyard landscape.
Have a look at a beautiful outdoor area that’s immersed in greenery. It has a more traditional appeal and features a wooden porch with a stone fireplace and wrought iron furnishings a dining set and a chaise lounge.
Here is another design idea for your fire pit area. This one features a basic round fire pit with wooden chairs around it. The side tables in between are a neat addition where you can put away your food and drink as you hang out with family and friends.
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