Here is a creative example of transforming something you may not normally think of as fire pit, into one!
The propane tanks sit perfectly inside the Planter. All Stainless Steel construction. Awesome Idea!
We worked with Chris Caufield from Cathedral City on creating a custom fire table. It was powder coated a metallic brown, with a beautiful tile finished, 26" inch stainless steel burner and natural gas valve and rope lighting.
The media used was Pyrite Clear Base Glass, with Lime Green Topper, Green E.D. Diamonds, Dark Red Orange Topper, and Irridized Emerald Green E.D. Diamonds.
The fire pit below has a "FPPK" propane burner
installed and the burners were exchanged out for stainless steel. If you were to leave the steel burners in you will eventually have rust pouring out of your fire pit onto the patio which will not look very attractive! The glass used was 1/2" Gray Base Glass
and Ford Blue Base Glass
. The controls were inside the bottom housing, nice fire pit but almost a big oops. nice design.
A beautifully ornate fire bowl full of Bronze Base Glass
, Yellow Topper
, Bronze Reflective Base Glass
and Yellow Amber Topper
And in case your wondering the gas line was fed through a hole underneath the deck.
The fire pit below contains fire rocks
and water feature that comes out from a-top the rocks.
Crista brought this copper bowl and brought it to us so that we could install a propane round fire ring in it.
Once completed Crista placed it on this outdoor table.
The next fire pits were designed and built for the Marriott (Islandia previously) in Mission Bay California. We started with several cardboard mock up tables for the hotel to approve.
All stainless steel construction with a double round burner system.
The hotel decided on the granite and we cut the granite with water jet and polished the edges.
These were installed on the private patios of the hotel suites. They ended up using a thermocouple and pilot light system with a battery operated igniter.
The Terracotta pot below is fed by natural gas and was Topped with a 1 1/2" layer of Clear Base Glass and Gray Reflective Base Glass over a bed of crushed lava rock. The gas line was drilled from the bottom of the deck and the pot was placed on top.
The fire pit below is one of several Katrina builds in the San Francisco Bay area. The fire pit with glass has Clear Base Glass FireGlass.
Here is an outdoor fire bowl using Starfire Base Glass FireGlass.
This is our Portable, Beautiful RV Fire Pit. with 1/4" Starfire Base Glass and 5 lbs of Gold Base Glass on top.
The fire pit below is a custom propane fire pit. We use perforated aluminum for the wall construction and the pit is single wall construction with a 1 1/2" deep pan on top. We installed a 12" double stainless steel ring for the burner. The rest was done by Bill Moss in Texas. Very nice job Bill!. We built the pit to Bills specs which were 26" x 26" x 20" tall so he could finish it to the size he wanted. The pit shown is one of our proto types and not the actual pit used. Above is how it started And below is what the customer made it!
Above and below is the quick disconnect for the propane gas. We use Black Base Glass in the fire pit. It looks light because of the flash from the camera.
Toby Grzenda Fire Feature!
Christy Collins Design in Chicago at the Dana Hotel at the Vertigo on the top floor!
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Vertigo Sky Lounge
Click on The PICTURE or HERE to see How The Santa Monica Fire Table was built!
Teak and Stainless steel fire pit is now complete and installed!
The table below was a typical plastic wicker patio table. We converted it to burn propane (safely) for Fariba in Santa Monica. You tell us how we did!
A removable and replaceable top!
You provide a table, idea, or you want to help, yes we can help
Click HERE or on the picture below to see all of the pictures of the Corten Steel Fire Pit!
The portable fire pit below was build by Steve, one of our dealers at Extreme Flames. We can sell you all of the components so you can do this your self or Steve can build one for you. Use your imagination! You can install the FPPK stainless steel box or just the Copreci Valve to turn it on. The FPPK box also comes with the Pezo Sparker/ Igniter. You can purchase some of the parts or all of the parts, which ever you need.
Above is the door and the FPPK box to the right. We installed an 18" bowl with a false bottom. The ring that was used was a 12" double stainless steel ring. If you filled the complete opening you will need 45 lbs for a 2" fill and if you only filed the bowl you will only need 18 lbs for a 2" fill.
My first choice would not of been a plywood top. Since then Steve is having a 48" round aluminum top being fabricated. You could also use granite, steel, glass, etc..... Use your imagination!