33 DIY Fire Pit Ideas

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One of my favorite things to do in the summer is to invite friends and family over, and gather around the fire pit. They’re great for making s’mores and they give you that great outdoors feeling in the comfort of your own backyard! I’m definitely planning on  making my own this year. Here’s 33 DIY fire pit ideas and tutorials to help you get those DIY juices flowing…

What’s YOUR favorite fire pit idea? Let me know in the comments or simply “PIN” your favorite idea right on the page here. Thanks!

#1   Paver Fire Pit

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#2   Large Square Fire Pit

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#3   Deep, Round Fire Pit

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 #4   Different Sized Paver Fire Pit

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 #5   Propane Fire Pit from Copper Fittings and a Flower Pot

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 #6   Fire Pit on a budget

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 #7   DIY Better Homes and Gardens Fire Pit

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 #8   Adorable Fireless Fire Pit  (perfect for a kid’s room!)

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 #9   Fire Pit with Fireplace Glass

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 #10   Fire Pit in a Bowl

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 #11   Rectangular Stone Fire Pit

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#12   Fire Pit Planter 

Floral Fire Pit

 #13   Eco-Friendly Fire Pit

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 #14   Fire Pit from an Old Washing Machine Drum

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 #15  Brick Fire Pit

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 #16   Upcycled Fire Pit

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 #17   Recessed Fire Pit

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 #18   Gas Fire Pit

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 #19   Concrete Fire Pit Bowl

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 #20   Brick and Cement Fire Pit

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 #21   Fire Pit Table

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 #22   Table Top Fire Pit

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 #23   Concrete Fire Pit

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 #24   Wash Pail Fire Pit

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 #25   Round, Brick Fire Pit

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 #26  Fire Pit with Walkway

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 #27   Brick Paver Fire Pit

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 #28   Fire Pit with Barbecue Grill

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 #29   Modern Fire Pit

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 #30   Quick and Easy Fire Pit

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 #31   In the Ground Fire Pit

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 #32   Square Fire Pit

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 #33   Modern Wood and Cement Fire Pit

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  1. Hi, I am going to throw this out there, and see if anyone else has thought about this idea, done it, or has any pros/cons to it. I am looking to rebuild our deck, and doing some stacked stone seating walls, and a base for a fire pit, and maybe either slate top/edges, and want to do a smallish firepit. The idea originally was some type of bowl with about a 12″ fire ring, and glass pebbles, but then I thought what would be cool was use a colored glass vessel sink where you could get a cool pattern/lighted area. Any thoughts? D

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  15. I love these ideas. I’ve been looking at installing a fire pot, and I wanted something easy without a lot of work. I found backyardblaze.com – and they have complete installation instructions online, with an additional all-weather rated remote control system for their fire features. Does anyone have experience with these? I know I could build one from scratch, but I’m not that handy, and I really like the prices here, compared to so many I’ve found for quality product.

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