Gas fire pits, like gas fireplaces, have launched a new era in hearth product design. The use of gas -- both natural and propane -- has given designers and manufacturers unprecedented design flexibility!
60" Barbados Gas Fire Bowl Pictured Above
No longer relegated solely to designs inspired by camp fires, the range of designs has evolved in both outward appearance and in the types of ma- terials used. Available in virtually ev- ery conceivable size and shape, the diverse array of
includes painted and stainless steel, copper, natural and manufactured stone, concrete, ceramic, and glass.
If it can be imagined . . . it can very likely be created!
We now have steel and stone fire bowls . . .
and glass fiber reinforced concrete fire urns.
Stainless steel lotus blossoms and corten steel birds' nests.
We can combine fire and water for an even more dramatic effect!
For "fuel" we not only have gas logs, but stainless steel balls . . .
as well as lava rock and colored glass.
Burners can be fabricated to manipulate the flame pattern on some models.
If your tastes are more traditional, there are plenty of other options available. You can get back to ba- sics with a simple patio "camp fire," as shown at right . . . . . .
or other circular designs made of stucco and capped with ceramic tiles, such as the following two examples.