Get the Most Out of Your Summer Evenings With These Backyard Additions
With a myriad of world-class shops on Rodeo Drive and high-end restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, Beverly Hills is one of the top see-and-be-seen neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The ritzy enclave, which was immortalized on shows like Beverly Hills, 90210, is far more than just a staple on the small screen, though. It's also a popular neighborhood for home buyers looking for a private, secluded place to call home.
While homes in Beverly Hills are often known for their massive interiors (think ballrooms and sumptuous master suites), the backyards are equally desirable, with pools, outdoor kitchens, and fire pits. If you're thinking about buying a piece of Beverly Hills real estate and are looking for a way to soak up the cool California evenings, here are some of the top fire pit designs to consider.
Belle Stone Propane Fire Pit Table
Why have a traditional fire pit when you could have a fire pit table? Sleek and elongated, this stone table is big enough for the entire family to gather around--with room to spare. Showcasing a modern, simple look, the fire pit table will easily fit into any backyard aesthetic. It can currently be .
Curonian Memel Fire Pit
If you're looking for an alternative to an in-ground pit, consider this classic cast iron bowl. With a stainless steel base that is hand-finished in silver, the pit brings a rustic, chic look to any backyard. Plus, the sanded bowl surface will naturally rust over time and create an authentic campfire aesthetic--all that's missing are the marshmallows for the s'mores. The fire pit can currently be .
Necessories Grand 48-Inch Fire Pit Kit in Keystone
This ($552) makes it easy to assemble an old-school stone circle fire pit. The 10-Gauge steel fire ring is the same one used by the U.S. National Park Service, and it was designed to be a durable, long-lasting entity. The Rockwood fire ring blocks are drum-tumbled to create a classic, rustic look that will be the pleasing focal point of any landscaped backyard.
Of course, if you prefer, you can also opt for an in-ground fire pit. If you’re feeling inspired to try your hand at it, follow this . You can also hire a professional to put one in if you don’t quite feel up to tackling it yourself.
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