Here are some examples and ideas of what you can do with one of our Fire Kits.
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Form & Reform builds
“So many people have hung out with the warmth and played in the sand of my wonderful Fire Gardens have asked me how they could make one of their own…”
Use a rake to create beautiful drawings with fire in this custom fire pit.
“I built a charcoal BBQ some years ago and I hate how long it takes to fire up. I looked at new gas grills and thought I could just make one myself for a lot less…”
Corten Steel Fire Pit
A San Francisco family asked for a fire pit they could integrate into their hardscaping. The Corten steel will develop a lovely patina over time but won’t rust through.
Use water instead of sand, stone, or glass for an unusual effect. It is challenging to use this technique and the flames do tend to go out, but it’s worth it while it lasts.
Inspired? Shop for a Fire Pit Kit
This barrel project is a great use of a fire ring. Not my kit but this site is full of inspirational ideas and resources for fire glass.