Fall is here, and the weather is cooling down!
Time to find a cozy spot with some friends and keep warm. Don’t feel forced to spend the entire season inside. Fire pits offer an excellent way to enjoy the colder months outdoors and stay comfortable. Regardless of your backyard situation, fire pits’ endless reconfiguration possibilities make it perfect for any outdoor space. If you need a little inspiration, Ned Stevens has your back. Here are our favorite Pinterest fire pits.
Not all Fire pits are complex projects, sometimes keeping it simple is the best solution. Even if you’re new to DIY, you can try a traditional ringed fire pit for a manageable first project. With paver stones, paver sand, and a few hours; you can have your very own space to relax and roast some marshmallows.
A perfectly landscaped yard can bring feelings of pride to any homeowner. Want to take it to the next level? Add a fire pit! If you’re worried a fire pit won’t flow into your well-designed backyard, don’t be. Fire pits are endlessly customizable. With a little ingenuity, you can subtlety include one into your layout regardless of your setup.
The tough choice between a barbeque and a fire pit is one no homeowner should ask themselves. So don’t. Combine these two great things to create an all-in-one backyard entertaining area. Go from grilling burgers to late night talks with this unique garden set up.
Looking for a fire pit that fits seamlessly into the rustic decor of your yard? Try repurposing an old whiskey barrel to turn it into the perfect accent piece for entertaining. This backyard accessory is not only aesthetically pleasing but easy to store and move.
A pergola is a great option for any homeowner interested in a more permanent structure for their fire pit. This open-air building combines the comfort of the indoors with outdoor elements to create the perfect space for entertaining. You never have to worry about rain ruining your fire pit fun.
It is hard to enjoy spending time relaxing by the fire pit if your mind is worried about something else. Ned Stevens gives you one less thing to worry about with clean gutters. Clean gutters help the proper flow of water to protect your roof and foundations.