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A do-it-yourself step-by-step guide to building your own homemade, in-ground fire pit complete with redwood lid. Main fire hole is 3' in diameter and the entire pit has a diameter of 7'. Fire pit is about 1' deep. Made with leveling sand, gravel, lava rock, decorative rock, stones/brick, stepping stones, redwood (2x4 and 1x12s), handles and a fire grate. Enjoy!!

Light a fire Yes, those summertime fire pits are great for ambiance, but they can also keep pests away--just add a bit of smoking sage to the pit and…see ya, mosquitoes. Read more: 7 Ways Not to Get Mosquito Bites | PureWow National Sign Up For PureWow's Daily Email

Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Then take it out in colder months and have a fire pit!!!

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Tutorial: Build an Amazing DIY Pergola and Firepit with Swings

Build the perfect pergola! Learn to DIY this beautiful circular pergola with a central firepit, swings, and Adirondack chairs - Little White House Blog on @Remodelaholic | http://www.remodelaholic.com/

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Vertical Gardening Inspiration

great use of space --> vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence #diy #garden

DIY Patio- this is the exact shape of my patio. I just need to paint it to look like stone and add the fire pit. Nice

Fire pit. I love how it's off to it's off to the side and not the center of attention!