What Is The Best Garden Fire Pit?
More Detailed Garden Fire Pit Reviews
If anyone has ever described your style as ‘unique’, and you like to extend your style from your house into the garden then this unusual fire pit is bound to appeal.
It is manufactured from cold rolled steel but has a finish that is Georgia clay and saint paint. The burn surface is 1008 cm² and has cut out moon and stars shapes (protected by a mesh) to give added nighttime ambience.
This fire pit can be used to burn a number of materials, including wood and charcoal, and comes with a grill included, so it can double up as a BBQ for families, or as a centrepiece when entertaining.
This gorgeous copper fire pit will be one of the talking points of any garden with its modern, trendy design.
If you’re looking for a fire pit with a distinctive look then this may be the one you’ve been searching for. An attractive copper plated bowl, sits on top of a strong and durable steel frame, coated in heatproof black paint.
This is suitable for logs or charcoal, has a protective mesh spark guard to protect people from any spitting and even comes supplied with its own poker, a heat resistant tool that lets you stir the fire from a safe distance away.
If you like your outdoor furniture and accessories to be multifunctional, letting you use them for the most useful task at hand, then this offering from Femor is probably going to appeal more than most.
Not only is it a practical fire pit, made from high quality heat proof steel accompanied by a safety mesh lid, it is also a BBQ for grilling your favourite treats and can even act as an ice pit, an ideal place to store cold beers during a party.
This is a great value all rounder which also comes with a poker tool that allows you to stir the fire from a safe distance, and a weatherproof cover so you can store the pit away for the winter months.
This is a stylishly designed, black portable fire pit that will look fantastic in any garden or on any camping trip.
This is a fire pit that you can take absolutely anywhere. It comes with a BBQ grill which makes it an ideal stove to use whilst camping, and to that effect it also comes with fold up legs and its own carry case for ease of transportation. It is also incredibly light.
The bowl itself has a mesh lid and a metal grate for the wood. The whole thing is made from durable steel and is finished in a black, heat resistant paint, which not only protects the firebowl, it also keeps it looking good.
If you’re looking for a fire pit to be a real outstanding feature in your garden then this particular model should come in for some serious consideration.
It’s a classic design, made from steel and coated in a fire resistant black paint. This not only protects the fire pit from wear and tear, it also keeps it looking in pristine condition. It is surrounded by spark guard mesh on all sides and the chimney.
This is a fire pit that’s built for entertaining and as such comes with a three level porcelain coated grill rack for use with your favourite BBQ foods.
If you’re looking for a contemporary fire pit that looks great but is also practical too, then this beacon style fire pit will probably appeal. Not only is it a fire pit, but by day it transforms into a fashionable coffee table, a cover sliding into place to hide the previous night’s burn up.
The tabletop is made from tiles that are a light pastel colour.
It is supplied with a safety mesh, to prevent any harm from rogue sparks, and also a weather cover so it can remain protected throughout the winter months.
This is the ideal choice for those who want a fire pit, but don’t want to give a space in their garden exclusively to it.
So you’ve made your fire pit purchase and you’re now looking for some cool accessories? You want your fire pit to be the centrepiece of your garden and you have plenty of space to spare? How about a 148 cm tall tripod with a hanging grill to dangle over it?
This is a standout feature that works perfectly with any Hacienda fire pit. The tripod is made out of black coloured steel whilst the cooking grill is chrome, and can be adjusted to a suitable height.
Always wanted to BBQ your food while it swings over an open flame? This accessory could be the talking point you’ve been looking for.
This smaller fire pit is the ideal choice if you are looking for one that fits seamlessly on to your decking and patio, if your garden is on the smaller size. The legs, though made from the same sturdy metal as the rest of the pit, do not get hot, making it ideal to be used anywhere.
This is a BBQ as well as a fire pit so is perfect for either family use or for entertaining. The grill is removable to make cleaning easier and the mesh lid acts as a protector from any dangerous sparks.
Always wanted a fire pit but just don’t have the space for it? These Swedish Candle Fire Pit Logs could be the alternative you’re looking for. Simple, small and disposable, they’ll still make a fantastic centrepiece for any outdoor party or BBQ.
They are an easy to light log, kiln dried with a firefighter inside. They stand on their end and can be used for cooking, toasting marshmallows, a heat source or for simple light decoration for your garden.
They burn for 3-4 hours and are a 100% natural product, no chemicals have been used in its manufacture, even the firefighter is made from natural material.
Fire’s great! It provides warmth, it provides light, it’s great fun to build and poke and talk about with a beer in your hand. The only thing wrong with fire is that it’s always the same boring colour, a kind of orangey, yellowy colour which seems like it’s been around forever, ever thought that?
Even if you haven’t you’ll love this product, it will certainly provide a talking point around your outdoor fire pit or even in your indoor open fire.
Each sachet, when thrown in the fire, turn the flames into blue, green, purple and red colours and lasts for up to 40 minutes.
Fire Pit Buying Guide
Fire pits make a wonderful garden feature. Nothing quite beats sharing a glass of wine with friends around the roaring fire – especially on a pleasant summer evening!
The UK is fast becoming a country that likes to make the most of the outdoors. We’re not talking about the great outdoors, we’re talking about the outside of pubs, cafes and restaurants. So many more establishments are making use of their outdoor facilities and are establishing areas that are ideal to be used in the UK climate.
This fashion trend has also transferred to our gardens.
The above information has given you a taste of some of the best from the wide range of fire pits and accessories that are available on today’s market, and any one of these purchases are going to be something you will enjoy for a long time to come. But how exactly do you make a choice? Hopefully the following will help you make up your mind?
Size – Just how much room have you got to dedicate to a fire pit? If you have a large garden and want your fire pit to be the centrepiece of it then you will find some outstanding looking models above to choose from. If you have a smaller space or even if you want your fire pit to be portable then again there are suitable choices.
Practicality – Most of the fire pits above can be used as a BBQ, but some have other uses too. If you are likely to use your fire pit as an ice pit too, then choose accordingly. If you haven’t got space to dedicate to a fire pit but would be happy to have one that doubles up as a coffee table then the Beacon model above is perfect?
As the British start to make far more use of their gardens, the range of garden furniture and accessories continues to grow. We certainly have the beautiful surroundings for garden life, even if we don’t have the temperature.
The latter problem can be solved by a fire pit, which not only have a practical use, but can also end up being the centrepiece of any family gathering or party. The list above shows some of the best fire pits and accessories available, choose wisely and get outside and enjoy it.