With so many fire-pit styles available these days, it can be difficult to choose the right one for your outdoor space. Consider propane-fueled fire pits, as they help conceal the small tanks and foster a clean look.
Retractable screens allow the screened-in porch to be open to the fresh air. A wood paneled ceiling extends out to cover the exposed area, which features a pair of bright blue Adirondack rocking chairs and a ceiling fan above to add a light breeze during the hotter months.
A paver patio section is surrounded with boulders and bright plant life for a gorgeous mix of texture to naturally decorate the space. A stone fire pit is surrounded by brown adirondack chairs on the paver patio. A fountain blends into the mulched area creating a subtle extra in the design.
A mix of adirondack and rocking chairs are lined up on this long covered porch for a quiet and inviting sitting space. White columns support the cover and look lovely against the wood flooring and thick, green shrubs. Textured siding blends beautifully with the design.
Take a corner of your patio and put it to use as an entertaining space. A bar is built in under the kitchen window in this outdoor space with a fire pit by DesignFix, a California interior design company. The bar, which has a red acrylic top, is supported by decorative wood roofing brackets. Rope lighting underneath makes the bar look cool at night, says designer Amanda Giles.