Canyon Gray Rect Fire Pit
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Raleigh Taupe Square Fire Pit
Fina Dark Tone Rect Fire Pit
Canyon Gray Square Fire Pit
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If you're looking to set the mood and create ambiance in your backyard or patio area, nothing does the job like adding a fire pit. Whether you create a romantic moment with that special someone or hang out with friends and tell fun stories from your past, having an outdoor fire pit changes the game and increases your entertaining potential. With the selection of fire pits at City Furniture, you can look forward to adding a fire pit to your outdoor area sooner than you think.
Before you buy a fire pit, here are some things you should know:
If you're on a budget, we've got good news for you. For a long time, a backyard fire pit was regarded as expensive and over-priced in some cases. Well, thanks to City Furniture, you can get cheap fire pits of exceptional quality. For less than $600 bucks, you can add a fire pit to your patio or backyard and completely change the look and feel of your outdoor space.
Once you establish your budget, remember that not all fire pits are not the same. Here's a quick guide.
Wood Fire Pits: The most popular type that is reminiscent of having a camp fire. There's nothing quite like sitting around the fire and making s'mores.
Propane Fire Pits: A propane fire pit is a very convenient option because there's no need to chop wood! These fire pits are often large so make sure you have enough space to comfortably fit it first.
Gel Fire Pits: If you don't like the smell of burning wood, gel fire pits are a great option. While they don't get as hot as other fire pits, they are more versatile and can be placed anywhere in your outdoor space – making it easier for you to bring your fire pit ideas to life.
Natural Gas Fire Pits: A gas fire pit similar to propane fire pits but it connects directly to a natural gas line. While this saves you the trouble of refueling, an outdoor gas fire pit gives you less flexibility to move it around.
You have the power to choose the material, shape and size of the patio fire pit that works best in your outdoor space. If you're looking to add a tropical feel, a round wicker fire pit may be the way to go. However, if you want a more modern flair, a rectangular concrete fire pit will blend better. Remember to make sure the rest of your outdoor furniture matches. Your fire pit should complement your table, bar stools, planters and any other outdoor furniture.