There is nothing as frustrating as when your firepit sputters out just as you’re getting settled before a fire. This can happen for several reasons. Some are obvious and simple to fix. Others can be a bit more challenging.
Unless you have a purpose-built fireplace away from your grass, the ideal placement for your fire may be on the lawn. Here’s how to protect your turf while enjoying a backyard fire pit.
Love relaxing around a fire and also like the occasional gentle swing? This fire pit swing set combination is for you! While swinging is part of being a kid, there are plenty of adults that still enjoy it too. These fire pit swing sets allow you to enjoy a gentle swing, and keeps you warm […]
Santa Cruz CA USA – Eckerman Studios Michael and Ea Eckerman are father and son artists who share a love of working with stone. Although based in the USA, they have been regular visitors to Australia as witnessed by the numerous landmarks they have left with us. Ea Eckerman grew up on O’ahu’s North Shore and spent […]
Balfon Scotland Callum Gray may have studied Computer Sciences, but it was clearly not his calling. Gray is a drystone waller and landscaper. He works on large and small scale projects across the UK. He has established an impressive portfolio using traditional techniques to design and build home and garden features. The fire pit you […]