Stone Fire Pit in the garden with a wonderful sea view

Just because the weather is cooler this time of year, it doesn't mean we all need to hibernate indoors. Adding a fire pit to your garden means you can continue to enjoy your garden throughout the colder months. We've collected some fabulous examples to inspire you to buy or build your own fire pit.

Ready made fire pits are easy to install and will be keeping you warm in no time.

Ready to use Fire Pits

Making your own doesn't need to be difficult or complicated.

Simple Home Made Fire Pits

For those of you who like to make a statement why not have a death star or globe as your fire pit. It would certainly give the neighbours something to admire!

Globe shaped Fire Pits with various designs

It would be hard to talk about fire without mentioning the ultimate fire breather.

Dragon Shaped Fire Pits

Using recycled materials to build your own fire pit is a great way to express yourself.

Recylced Minion Fire Pit and old wheel rims upcycled into a Fire Pit

Wall side fire pits are great for smaller spaces.

Wall side Fire Pits - great for smaller spaces

A BBQ over a fire pit has to be one of the greatest inventions ever made!

BBG grill over a Fire Pit

Swedish Torch - Alternative to a large fire pitA quick alternative to a fire pit is the Swedish Fire Torch, also known as a Canadian Candle. It's a great way to set up a fire as it uses only one log, has a flat cooking surface and is self feeding, meaning it can burn for several hours without any attention. It's easy to build and takes up a small amount of space.

There are tons of great instructions available online showing you how to make one of these great creations.

 

 

Whether you pick a simple design, a bold statement piece or make your own, adding a fire pit to your garden is going to keep you warm and cosy throughout the cold months.

Happy Gardening!