Fire Pit DIYRustic Garden, Milwaukee

As the nights draw in and the daylight hours decrease, you can still enjoy being outside in the garden and inviting friends over to enjoy a fire pit. With collected fallen leaves and twigs from the garden, you can have a small fire in no time, place some chairs around, blankets on knees and hot soup with friends- just perfect. By using bricks or dry stone it's simple to build and will give hours of endless pleasure.

Design ideas for a country garden in Milwaukee with a fire feature. —  Houzz
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Lauren Dunec Hoang added this to Common Ground: 10 Clever Uses for Gravel in the Garden7 May 2018

9. Fire pits Gravel can also be used to surround an outdoor fire pit. Far less expensive than pavers or flagstone, gravel acts as a neat and tidy flooring material and is a safe surface for a stray spark to land on. If your fire pit is constructed with stone, choose a gravel in a colour that matches or complements it. Metal fire pits and portable models look good with nearly any colour of gravel.

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carolina2co added this to patio30 November 2021

crusher pad, flagstone fire pit,

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Karen Heath added this to Very Private Outside Fire pits22 September 2021

Love the privacy and the scenery.