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Diy outdoor fireplace

Transform your outdoor space with a DIY outdoor fireplace. Discover step-by-step DIY ideas to build a cozy and inviting fireplace for your backyard. Get inspired and start your outdoor project today.
How to Build an Outdoor Fireplace - Chris Loves Julia Backyard Patio Designs, Backyard Projects, Diy Backyard, Backyard Landscaping, Backyard Retreat, Wood Projects, Outdoor Decor Backyard, Backyard Living, Budget Backyard

Our backyard underwent a major transformation this summer. We added a sprawling deck to our backyard and furnishings and finally, built an outdoor fireplace as the finishing touch. As a reminder, just a few months ago, the space looked like this: We went between the idea of fire pit vs fireplace, but in the end […]

DIY outdoor fireplace for under $200! | Life in the Barbie Dream House Blog Dream Backyard, Backyard Fun, Backyard Oasis, Outdoor Rooms, Outdoor Living Space, Outdoor Patio, Outdoor Urinal, Outdoor Kitchens, Outdoor Landscaping

Hello barbies! I'm sorry it's been so long since my last post - we've been working on a big project in the back yard, that as weeks wore on, felt like it was getting bigger and more expensive by the day. What started in March as a 2-3 week project to transform our backyard from empty and boring into a useful, relaxing outdoor living space turned into a two month project with cost overruns accumulating at an unbelievably fast rate. We ended up going way over budget and even more over in terms…

Stephen Evaristo
Build an outdoor fireplace - The Shed Concrete Outdoor Fireplace, Outdoor Stone Fireplaces, Outdoor Fireplace Designs, Backyard Fireplace, Diy Outdoor Kitchen, Outdoor Patio, Outdoor Gardens, Outdoor Living, Outdoor Decor

An outside fire can be larger than the usual indoor version, though that consumes more wood. But it should have visual appeal and a certain “wow!” factor. I opted to make the opening 700 mm x 700 mm, so I can put on a reasonably chunky piece of ti tree without constant refuelling but also leave a few trees standing on the property. I made the hearth about 600 mm above ground level, as most people will be standing in front of it.

Kevin Strahan