There is always that warm welcoming feel each time my kin would set the old-stone-walled pit at our backyard during summer nights. Friends and neighbors would come over for a relaxing conversation. The kids enjoying their melted marshmallows, the adults busy grilling kebabs and roasting lamb cuts.
However, I just realized that the stone-walled pit has gone remnant — for long summer nights to remember. Not one set their eyes on this new, interesting centerpiece by the garden: an elegant outdoor fire pit. “Our host are lighting up their fire in style,” I overheard one saying. Everybody agreed when I noticed and quipped that “Smoke gets in your eyes, never…”
The subject fire pit is crafted of cold rolled steel and finished with a natural rust patina. It has a round shape with sturdy curved legs, and is deep enough to afford more burning space for logs. The ladies were admiring the tribal Indian motif design. The thing just blends beautifully into the landscaped garden.
Stylish factor aside, I was looking at the handiness of these fire pits. This is out-and-out convenient because with the old method it can take a few hours to build your very own ring of fire and I learned that these most modern outdoor fire pit models are equipped with a rotisserie or grill grate, or converts into a table for double duty.