You are here: Home Gardening Metal Fire Pits Metal Fire Pits This distressed iron provide VW fans with a great retro look. Photo via RecyclArtLU. by Kate Hagan June 18, 2016, 1:27 am Few things express summer more than the smell of a campfire while sitting out under the stars. Add some marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers and you have the perfect setup for a summer evening. While many of us would love to go out camping, it’s not always possible. You don’t have to skip the smores at home, however, just get a fun outdoor fire pit and set it up in your backyard. You can find an outdoor wood burning fire pit in many styles and materials. Metal fire pits are a favorite. This fire-breathing furniture can be sculpted into a variety of designs both basic and complex. Usually made from steel, some of these fire pits may also be made from specialty materials include copper or wrought iron, and combined with tile or stone. Many of them are made from recycled/upcycled metal, such as the round end of propane tanks. From classic characters to avant-garde, here are some of our favorite fire pit ideas. Sculpted Outdoor Fire Pits While not a specific character or logo, these hand-sculpted fire pits are still a work of art. Check out these custom creations. These designs are also handmade and priced based on size, labor, and materials used. The most affordable options on this list start around $180, while the most expensive item is listed at $1600. These projects take time and ship within 4-6 weeks. Earth On Fire Pit World travelers and geography buffs will love this Earth-themed design. CraftsmeninMetalUK. Viking Ship Fire Pit This Viking Ship will warm up any northern lair. Photo via ImagineMetalArt. Modern Geometric Fire Pit This steel geometric pit can add sharp lines and a simplistic design for a modern yard. Photo via SpireMetalWorks. Industrial Steel Fire Pit If you want an industrial look, this shiny steel piece will fit right in at any warehouse. Photo via LethalFabrication. Agave-Themed Fire Pit Enjoy the Southwest with this Agave-themed fire pit sculpture. Photo via TopangaPatina. Octagon Fire Pit With Custom Engraving Include the names of the whole family with your own one-of-a-kind octagon custom family fire pit. Photo via MrMetalwoodDesigns. Industrial-Size Fire Pit This industrial fire pit is huge – 42 inches across! (Dog is for scale, please don’t encourage dogs to enjoy fire pits.) Photo via Firepitsatlanta. Ring And Leaf Fire Pit This ring and leaf design can help create a serene nature theme. Photo via ZaRaiaFireAndLight. Astronomical Fire Tower The stars and moons decorating this tower suggest a solar system-themed lantern. Photo via AlizeMetalWorks. Novelty Outdoor Fire Pits Some of our favorite fire pits fall into the novelty category. Got a favorite sci-fi movie or sports team? You can probably find a firepit to match. As true works of art, these pieces showcase the artist’s skill in sculpting and flame. Smaller custom items can start as low as the $100-$200 price range while detailed and larger pieces can cost $1000 or more. As each piece is custom made, shipping and delivery usually take 4-6 weeks. Sports Team Fire Pit Taking tailgating to a new level, this Seahawks themed device is perfect for football season. The artist offers multiple sports-themed options in salvaged steel. Photo via YosemiteHomeFires. Death Star Fire Pit This Death Star won’t explode if you fire into the reactor core chamber. Photo via KG Fire Pits. Darth Vader Fire Pit Join the Dark Side with this Star Wars inspired Darth Vader fire pit. Photo via CalgaryCreativeWork. Eye Of Sauron Fire Pit At 4’6” tall, the Eye of Sauron will be looking upon you. Photo via ImagineMetalArt. Disney Fire Pits Disney fans are sure to love one of these globe-shaped characters. Photo via KGFirePits. Batman Fire Pit Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman. Then always be Batman. Photo via DosPistolasMetalWork. Cylon Fire Pit Battlestar Galactica fans will love this Cylon. Photo via CalgaryCreativeWork. Minion Fire Pit Create some Minion Madness in your own backyard. Photo via MetalArtandFabs. Dragon Fire Pit Dragons and flames seem like a natural match. Photo via NunnakhovenArtStone. Volkswagen Bus Fire Pit This distressed iron provide VW fans with a great retro look. Photo via RecyclArtLU. Table Top Outdoor Fire Pits Table top fire pits combined the utility of a table with the warmth of a fire. Great for holding drinks or making smores. If you have a small backyard, consider a dual-purpose unit like this. Commercially made options range close to $200 and are available with express shipping. Custom made creations range between $300-$400 and usually ship within a few weeks. Ceramic Tile Fire Pit This fire pit is surrounded by ceramic tiles, but also comes with a tile cover. Convert between fire and tabletop as needed. Photo via Aosom. Slate Tile Fire Pit Rest your feet on this natural slate tile while enjoying this elegant look. Photo via Sunjoy. Concrete Cased Fire Pit Offered in black, white, and brown, this 2-piece option is durable and sturdy made from a concrete mix which houses the metal fire pit. Photo via Makrete. Wide Table Fire Pit Offering one of the largest surface areas we found to set drinks on, this circular option is great for both dining and relaxing. Photo via Pleasant Hearth. Faux Stone Fire Pit Amazon suggests you purchase this faux black pit with these handy marshmallow forks. Photo via Yaheetech. Fire Pit With Cocktail Ledge This table was designed for cocktails with a tiny ledge to set down your drinks. Place it in your backyard, patio, or poolside. Photo via Fire Sense. Portable Fire Pit This tiny option can follow you wherever you go. Take it camping or set up a picnic at home. Photo via ArpeStudio. Standard Metal Outdoor Fire Pits Standard metal fire pits offer an easy solution to decorate any backyard. These affordable options are available at many local stores or online and offer a quick setup and shipping. Most ready-made fire pits cost between $100-$300. Options can vary greatly in size and design, so find one that suits your style. Wildlife Fire Pit This nature theme provides a screened-in dome to catch stray sparks. Photo via Landmann. Globe Fire Pit This tall globe can fit multiple lengths of firewood without trouble or stray coals. Photo via Landmann. Latticed Fire Pit This latticed look provides a beautiful view of the flames. Photo via Landmann. Chimney-Style Fire Pit This taller-style fire pit offers a door and chimney for ease of use. Photo via Borealis by Starsong. Fire Pit And Grill Combo Enjoy both a fire and a grill with this screened-in option. Photo via Sunnydaze Decor. Lattice And Pedestal Fire Pit The lattice and pedestal offer an option that is already off the ground, bring the heat closer to warm your hands on chilly summer nights. Photo via Uniflame. Fire Tower With Wood Storage Great for small patios, this different looking tower offers handy firewood storage. Photo via La Hacienda. Fire In Motion Pit This alternative pattern on a standard-style fire pit suggests movements within the flames. Photo via Landmann. Copper Fire Pit This shiny copper pit can brighten up any yard or patio. Photo via CobraCo. See more Previous article The State Of The Earth In 50 Years [Infographic] Next article Another Frozen Vegetable Recall Written by Kate Hagan Kate is a new homeowner currently exploring many outdoor projects. As a child, she divided her time between the Black Hills of South Dakota and the Pacific Northwest. She later combined her love of online data and storytelling into an M.S. in Information Management from the University of Washington. 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