Fire Bowls Are Perfect for Small or Large Patios
If you have a small outdoor space, you might feel like you can’t have the yard of your dreams—but with small fire pits and fire bowls, you can create a wonderful gathering space even if you don’t have much room. Fire bowls are just a few feet in diameter, so they’ll fit in almost any patio area.
They’re Fantastic Whether You’re Entertaining Guests or Relaxing at Home
Fire pits and fire bowls are an instant hit at any outdoor gathering. With a captivating blaze at the center of your gathering, everyone will feel more relaxed, cozy, and content. You can toast marshmallows for s’mores and enjoy good food and drink around the warm glow. And, they’re equally wonderful when you’re just relaxing with your family or unwinding with a glass of wine at the end of the day.
They Add a Cozy Element to Your Outdoor Décor
There’s truly nothing like a cozy, crackling fire to add ambiance to a setting when the sun goes down! It instantly elevates your space and makes it feel more homey and luxurious at the same time. When you choose a decorative fire bowl, it can be a design feature even when the fire isn’t lit! Our fire bowls and screens are attractive in any backyard. You can even choose a fire bowl and spark screen with beautiful, intricate designs such as one of these:
Most Fire Bowls are Portable
If you get a portable fire bowl, you can easily move it where the party is! If you’re going to be moving in the next few years, or if you’re planning to change up your backyard, a fire bowl is flexible enough to fit wherever you put it.
Fire Bowls are Safe and Affordable
Fire bowls are a safe and contained way to enjoy a crackling fire on your patio or in your yard. When you keep some safety best practices in mind and use a spark screen, it’s difficult for a fire bowl fire to get out of hand. Of course, remember these tips: Don’t light a fire on a windy, dry day. Your fire bowl should be several feet away from your home or other structures, and it should be away from tree branches and shrubs. You should always supervise children and pets near a fire, and you should keep an extinguisher or hose at the ready just to be safe.
As an added bonus—compared to many larger built-in firepits or outdoor fireplaces, a fire bowl is a lower-cost option that’s still a fantastic way to add that cozy element to your backyard. They only cost a few hundred dollars on average, whereas your average outdoor fireplace or large fire table will probably cost upwards of $1,000.