Your patio or backyard yard should not be without one of these awesome DIY firepits this winter. If you love spending time outdoors, but can’t bear the cold, make one of these warm and toasty fire pits to keep warm. Complete with step by step tutorials, these homemade firepits are cheap, cool and many are easy to make. Build yours this weekend and spend the winter in style, sitting around a fire in the backyard, surrounded by your friends.
This cheap DIY fire pit idea is my favorite backyard fireplace ever. Made from and old washing machine tub, this idea is one I wish I’d thought of myself. A friend of mine has this amazing outdoor patio at his super popular blues club, and during the band breaks, everyone hangs out around all the fire pits he has in the back. One is made from an old washing machine like this one, and it is always the most popular seat in the house. The firelight shines through the little holes and the ambience just doesn’t get any better than sitting around one in your backyard.
Want to have a stone fire pit will make you the most popular house on the block? Learn how to build a fire pit in just 6 easy step with the simple tutorial from BHG. Backyard fire pits are fun and festive, adding a welcome element and boosting appeal for potential homeowners.
Now that we added a fire pit to our backyard, all the nieghbors casually invite themselves over. I laugh, and am also thrilled to have extra company on a cold night.
Can’t get over how pretty and modern this Welded Fire Pit is. It complements the mid-century look and it looks lovely with those Eames chair. What a perfect spot to sit by the water and admire the view by the fire!
This easy-to-make DIY firepit idea is here to make your summer the best one ever: whether you want to cook your food over an open fire or just snuggle up while you drink some beers, I’m pretty sure this is the perfect addition to your backyard. In fact, I will add this to our backyard project soon!
Fire Pits don’t always need to look rustic and concrete, and sometimes can look subtle and luxurious. This Metal Fire Pit DIY fits the bill and is so insanely awesome! I think I might need to learn how to weld now because of this awesome project.
If you’re looking for a budget-conscious fire pit, this $75 DIY Fire Pit will surely blow your mind away. Check out the build guide from How Choo.
There’s nothing like a nice fire in the evening hours to wind down long summer days and there are thousands of ways to build your own fire pit. I particularly like this tutorial from Tuff Guard House. Simply place your brick back into the configuration you started with, and fill the gaps with whatever landscape stone you choose.
It’s a quick project once you are set to go, maybe as little as 15 minutes to build the firepit if you have the supplies and your surface is ready. I couldn’t believe how fast this firepit went together. The before and after picture really shows how big of a difference it made; the whole space seems so much more inviting.
What a great fall project! Nothing beats sitting around a fire on a crisp, cool fall evening, hot chocolate steaming in a mug, marshmallow on a stick. Definitely passing along this idea to my husband!