Homeroad
Homeroad
  • Hometalker
  • Huntington, NY

DIY Fire Pit

3 Materials
$400.00
2 Days
Medium

Last summer my husband and I set out to build our own fire pit and pea gravel area... The fire pit turned out great and we use it all the time.
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Using pavers and pea gravel we transformed a muddy corner of our yard into a great place to sit around the fire and enjoy the evening.
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This corner was in the shade and so was muddy and dark.
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After our weekend transformation this corner is a beauty!
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Landscaping fabric keeps the weeds at bay under the pea gravel.
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A lot of bang for our buck and we did it ourselves!

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Suggested materials:

  • Paving stones
  • Pea gravel
  • Construction adhesive
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1 question
  • Jakki
    on May 15, 2016

    what type and color pea gravel did you use? I love the color - it gives the look of sand but a little less cat friendly ;)

    • Homeroad
      on May 15, 2016

      Hi Jakki. It only came in one size and color. It is a light mixed color. Hope that helps.

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  • Lou
    on Jun 4, 2014

    How far from your fence did you put your fire pit?

    • Homeroad
      on Jun 10, 2014

      @Lou it is about 10-12 feet. Haven't burned it down yet :)

  • Colleen
    on May 27, 2015

    HI! Did you put a border around the stones to keep them in place? Like you, our dogs would make a mess lol- it looks beautiful!!

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