Budget Backyard: 10 Ways to Use Cheap Concrete Cinder Blocks Outdoors | Apartment Therapy

Budget Backyard: 10 Ways to Use Cheap Concrete Cinder Blocks Outdoors

includes a fire pit for cheap! Budget Backyard: 10 Ways to Use Cheap Concrete Cinder Blocks Outdoors

Budget Backyard: 10 Ways to Use Cheap Concrete Cinder Blocks Outdoors

includes a fire pit for cheap! Budget Backyard: 10 Ways to Use Cheap Concrete Cinder Blocks Outdoors

lined with RR ties, use cut logs/stumps for side tables, cheap fire pit lined with cheap stone, I would use sand for base, chairs or benches, a few tiki torches... fairly cheap summer fun, no worries about spills

backyard ideas

lined with RR ties, use cut logs/stumps for side tables, cheap fire pit lined with cheap stone, I would use sand for base, chairs or benches, a few tiki torches... fairly cheap summer fun, no worries about spills


More ideas
Building a Fire Pit 36" cardboard concrete form - 48" cardboard concrete form (or for less money substitute a 4x8 sheet of hardboard to make both forms) - 10 (80#) bags of concrete mix - 2 (10' lengths of 3/8") rebar - 25 firebricks - One half-gallon bucket of refractory cement (sold at a brickyard) - 120 face bricks - 5 (80#) bags of Type N mortar mix

Building a Fire Pit

Building a Fire Pit 36" cardboard concrete form - 48" cardboard concrete form (or for less money substitute a 4x8 sheet of hardboard to make both forms) - 10 (80#) bags of concrete mix - 2 (10' lengths of 3/8") rebar - 25 firebricks - One half-gallon bucket of refractory cement (sold at a brickyard) - 120 face bricks - 5 (80#) bags of Type N mortar mix

This is made from 8*16*4 cap blocks you can buy @ Lowe's or home depot for bout $1 apiece.

This is made from 8*16*4 cap blocks you can buy @ Lowe's or home depot for bout $1 apiece.

Tutorial to make this easy, inexpensive backyard firepit

Make your Own DIY Backyard Fire Pit: Cheap Weekend Project -

Pinterest
Search