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Heat Up Your Outdoor Space With These Suuuper Aesthetic Fire Pits

Cosmopolitan Logo By Corinne Sullivan of Cosmopolitan | Slide 1 of 18: Whether you have acres of land or a lil plot of dirt in your backyard (hi, it me), no outdoor space is complete without a few key elements. Investing in some twinkly fairy lights, pretty outdoor plants, and chic patio furniture will help give you that ~ethereal garden lewk~ you want, but if you wanna convince all your friends to come over, then you're gonna need a good fire pit, too. But before you freak out, some good news for ya! Cheap fire pits exist, and plenty of'em work just as well (and look just as good) as the ones that cost thousands. Cue your sigh of relief. However! Before you start shopping, a few things you should know. The two most popular types of fire pits you'll find are wood-burning fire pits (which tend to be cheaper and ofc use real wood) and propane fire pits (which are much easier to get goin' but tend to be pricier, especially since you'll need to keep it fueled with a propane tank). Other options include gel fuel fire pits and ethanol fire pits, both of which are clean-burning and eco-friendly but harder to find and a bit more $$$. Fire pits also come in several different designs and sizes, so you'll have to figure out how much space you have on your patio or deck or in your backyard before buying. Ahead, the chicest fire pits you can get for less than $1,000.

Whether you have acres of land or a lil plot of dirt in your backyard (hi, it me), no outdoor space is complete without a few key elements. Investing in some twinkly fairy lights, pretty outdoor plants, and chic patio furniture will help give you that ~ethereal garden lewk~ you want, but if you wanna convince all your friends to come over, then you're gonna need a good fire pit, too. But before you freak out, some good news for ya! Cheap fire pits exist, and plenty of'em work just as well (and look just as good) as the ones that cost thousands. Cue your sigh of relief.

However! Before you start shopping, a few things you should know. The two most popular types of fire pits you'll find are wood-burning fire pits (which tend to be cheaper and ofc use real wood) and propane fire pits (which are much easier to get goin' but tend to be pricier, especially since you'll need to keep it fueled with a propane tank). Other options include gel fuel fire pits and ethanol fire pits, both of which are clean-burning and eco-friendly but harder to find and a bit more $$$. Fire pits also come in several different designs and sizes, so you'll have to figure out how much space you have on your patio or deck or in your backyard before buying. Ahead, the chicest fire pits you can get for less than $1,000.

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