10 Rad Fire Pits to Warm You Up Right About Now
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10 Rad Fire Pits to Warm You Up Right About Now

When the temps drop and the sweaters come out of hiding, it’s easy to scurry inside and avoid the outdoors. That means giving up on roasting marshmallows and enjoying your backyard… unless you have a fire pit. Consider throwing a backyard soirée and cozying up to your loved ones around one of these fire pits this winter season.

1. Rustic Fire Pit: Bring those camping trip memories back to life with a fire pit made from a simple circle of rocks. Amazing. (via Alkemie)

2. Geometric Fire Pit ($998): Looking for a fire pit that will last until the end of time? You found it right here.

3. Marshmallow Roasting: If you’re adding a fire pit to your party, make sure you don’t forget marshmallows for dessert! (via Green Wedding Shoes)

4. Insignia Fire Pit ($998): Bring out the hot cider and see your name glow by the light of the fire with this personalized fire pit.

5. Cold Outdoor Wedding: Planning a fall or winter wedding? Give your guests a warm place to sit with this fire pit. You can even offer them s’more kits as favors. (via Style Me Pretty)

6. Rustic Copper Fire Pit ($1998): While this fire pit is probably out of our price range, we love the contrast of flames with metal.

7. Prism Steel Chiminea ($698): Sure, this isn’t exactly a fire pit, but it will certainly add a cozy touch to your deck space. Pair with some hot chocolate and fuzzy mittens.

8. Winter Fire: Don’t let the snow stop you from having a romantic date outdoors. Light up this fire pit and get ready to snuggle up extra close to your significant other. (via A Beautiful Mess)

9. Iron Fire Pit Bowl ($248): Why have just one fire pit when you could have three?

10. DIY Flameless Fire Pit: If you thought that being backyard-less meant you couldn’t have a fire pit, think again. You can DIY your own indoor, flameless fire pit with a few twinkle lights. (via Free People)

Are you a fan of bonfires during the cold months? What’s your favorite kind of fire pit? We’d love to hear all about it below!