BACK­YARD BON­FIRES

Call them out­door fire­places, con­ver­sa­tion ar­eas or pa­tio flames, fire pits of­fer safety and con­trol as well as fun.

Timber Home Living - - Product Guide -

For most of us, the won­der­ful old days when you could build a big bon­fire in your back­yard are long gone. And even if you can build a large fire in your yard, no­body wants to start the blaze that re­sults in the lo­cal fire depart­ment be­ing rousted out of bed at 2 a.m. For­tu­nately, today’s fire pits of­fer a safe way to trans­port the rus­tic feel­ing of a camp­fire into your back­yard, thanks to de­signs that keep the flames in­side a large base or use propane to limit the fire.

Whether por­ta­ble or per­ma­nent, metal or stone, wood or gas burn­ing, we of­fer a list of op­tions to help you choose the fire pit that best fits your needs and style.

Dan­bury Firepit from Grandin Road. $399. (grand­in­road.com)

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