A cozy outdoor living room fitted with an eye-catching fireplace is all you need to relax after a tiring day at the stuffy office. The flickering flames of the outdoor fireplace establish a warm soothing ambiance, so you could lay back and enjoy the chit chat with your family and friends.
The apt design and installation of these outdoor focal points are important if you want to avoid pricey mistakes. Also, blending the fireplace to fit with the surroundings is vital, like choosing the right size and the appropriate style that go along well with the house’s architectural features.
Choosing the fueling system is equally crucial. Whether the fireplace is wood or gas-fueled, you can choose what suits you best. Whereas wood-fueled Outdoor Fireplace radiate a lot of heat, they are hard to start. On the contrary, gas-fueled ones are safer and easy to light, but they don’t emit as much heat.
You can check out the styles and designs of these fireplaces to see what best fits your yard.
1) Double-sided fireplaces
2) Paving Stones Fireplaces:
Stones used for paving patios and sideways could be used as a material for building a fireplace. The base is made of sand and gravel while the body is built from bricks stacked over one another in a random order.
3) Wooden-Deck Fireplace
4) Traditional Stone Fireplace
5) Covered-Patio Fireplace
6) Rustic Fireplace
7) Three-sided fireplace
8) Rooftop Fireplace
9) Spanish Style Fireplaces
The combination of white paint and red-tiled roof give this Spanish-styled fireplace an absolutely magnificent appearance.
10) French-style Fireplaces