04 Jul Summer fire pit inspiration for the garden
Summer is here and we have put together some ideas on how to incorporate a fire pit into your garden this summer.
If you are looking to add the element of fire and sophistication to your garden then why not try this look. The Elevated Halo is the perfect addition to your garden and keep the chill away on those summer nights, the Elevated Halo is an excellent way to enhance an outdoor seating area. The Elevated Halo is coffee table height making it ideal when enjoying a drink with family and friends around the fire on a summer evening. The Elevated Halo is shown here in cinder, a striking look to compliment the lighter tones in the outdoor furniture to create a crisp contemporary look for the garden. We have teamed the Elevated Halo with furniture by Roshults, outdoor fabric my Dedar and finished the look with composite decking in a light grey, white pebbles and the clean lines of buxus hedging.
This neutral palette featuring the Hemi Firebowl in portland is ideal for both town and country gardens. We’ve teamed the Hemi Fire Bowl with portland stone, Ezra outdoor seating by Kettler with planters and lanterns in bronze to add some metallic tones into the scheme from Crate and Barrel. A combination of complimentary elements to relax on summer evenings.
For an alternative look for using the Elevated Halo fire pit, shown here in linen. We have teamed the Elevated Halo fire pit with a relaxed modular sofa from Crate and Barrel to create multiple seating around the fire. To protect you from the sun and add some additional shelter we have added a luxury cantilever parasol by Skyline. For finishing touches and to add some metallic elements to the overall scheme we have added bronze planters and lanterns from Crate and Barrel