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DIY Paver Patio and Fire Pit

Check out how we added a paver patio and fire pit off our deck. It's a great spot for those cooler evenings!

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  • Becky H
    Becky H Tampa, FL
    on Jul 20, 2012

    Great job of adding another room to your outdoor entertainment area. You did nice paver work. Now, you can sit back and simply enjoy!

  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO
    on Jul 20, 2012

    So...is that a metal insert for the fire ring?...if so were did you get it...out here in Colorado we still have some burn restrictions...but we did get some rain recently so it is not the powder keg is was a few weeks ago.

  • TaniaC
    TaniaC Fairfield, IL
    on Jul 20, 2012

    I was thinking the same thing as KMS Woodworks What did you use for the fire pit insert?... This looks amazing BTW.... I was thinking of doing the same thing off my Husbands "Man Porch" as he calls it LOL!... It's nice to have the covered enclosure but I love to look up at the stars and enjoy the openness sitting by the fire pit and Cuddling up with my girls... Great job!

  • Jan P
    Jan P Windsor, CT
    on Jul 22, 2012

    Looks like a pit kit I saw at Home Depot - $188.00 here in CT - I will be making one for my backyard - but will be using field stone - can't wait to go and harvest them at my son's!!! This looks really nice!!

  • Angela: Unexpected Elegance
    Angela: Unexpected Elegance Fishers, IN
    on Jul 22, 2012

    Sorry, I'm just seeing some of your questions! We got the fire pit as a kit from Lowes. I think it was around $200, but came with the stones and metal ring.

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