Looking for a great deal on one of the best fire pits so you can add some warmth to your patio and make some great savings in the process too? Smart plan. Well the good news is that Wayfair has reduced a wide range of its fire pits today so there are some brilliant deals to be had.
Whether you're planning a socially distanced garden catch up with family and friends or you simply want to escape the same four walls you've been looking at all week and enjoy some time in the garden instead, these stylish buys are a great investment for any garden space. Keep scrolling for our top picks for every space and budget...
1. The classic fire bowl
Dubai Steel Wood Burning Fire Pit | Was £139.99, now £119.99 at Wayfair
This low-level fire bowl is a great-value way to add some warmth to your patio and it will create a traditional camp fire feel. Large handles make it easy to carry so you can easily store it away in your shed or garage when it's not in use.
2. The bargain buy
Steel Fire Pit | Was £32.99, now £27.99 at Wayfair
We had to include this great buy in our selection, as who can resist a fire pit for under £30? It also comes with a cooking grate, poker stick, mesh cover and the legs fold up for easy storage. What more could you ask for! We'll take two please.
3. The statement design
Steel Wood Burning Fire Pit | Was £339.99, now £295.99 at Wayfair
Made of Corten steel, which gives it a reddish-brown finish in natural light, this handcrafted fire pit is incredibly hard-wearing and features a cut-out detail for added character. With a large area for burning logs, you'll get plenty of heat from this design.
4. The sociable centrepiece
Catania Fire Pit | Was £136.99, now £121.99 at Wayfair
Made from stainless steel with a chrome plated grill, you can burn charcoal or wood on this design, and it comes with a mesh safety cover to stop sparks flying out of the fire pit. It also comes with a poker so you can lift the mesh cover safely to add more logs to the fire. Measuring 80cm in diameter, this is a good pick for larger patios and gardens.
5. The decorative patio update
Krug Steel Charcoal Fire Pit | Was 125.99, now £109.99 at Wayfair
Fire pit and decorative garden table in one, this steel and ceramic design looks just as good when it's not in use as when it's lit up at night. The round tabletop with its mosaic detailing provides plenty of space for your drinks and snacks.
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Beth's first journalism job was working for Real Homes magazine more than 18 years ago. It cemented her love of all things homes- and garden-related and she's never looked back since. She's worked for and contributed to a number of leading magazines in the UK, including Ideal Home magazine, Period Living magazine, Grand Designs magazine and Good Homes magazine amongst others, before returning to Real Homes magazine as editor. Now the editor of Gardeningetc.com, Beth's attention is firmly outdoors, and she's constantly inspired by how people make use of their outdoor space.
Her own garden is a really important part of her family's home, and they were lucky enough to inherit a space with lots of lovely mature planting when they bought their 1930s property.
Since then, they've built several raised beds for a veg patch, increased the size of the flowerbeds to find room for yet more of her favourite David Austin roses and her husband's collection of hostas, created an outdoor living room complete with comfy sofas and festoon lights, and not forgetting the biggest challenge of all – trying to fit in the ever changing assortment of trampolines, climbing frames and outdoor toys that are inevitable when you have two young kids!
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