When it comes to landscape design, outdoor fire pits are one of the most popular outdoor living trends right now. People are now are utilizing their backyard spaces differently than they did a decade ago. The years of a green rectangle backyard are gone. Today, people are creating new living spaces to enjoy daily. These backyard living areas are designed as extensions of the homes.
For most people, "Fire Pits" are one item that is a must-have in landscape design. Don't be naive to categorize a fire pit solely in the heat providing category. These beautiful pieces are used not only for warmth and marshmallow roasting but more as gathering points for company to sit around enjoy. Living areas defined with a fire pit as the center of attention attract people to the space to socialize, enjoy an evening cocktail, or just hang out.
Outdoor fire pits are creatively constructed. They are built to provide a self-contained propane flame, or any natural gas/propane line connected to your house. Push button start or remote start make it easy to use both for start-up and finishing. If you want more of a primal experience, the fire pits can be created out of boulders or any sort of large natural stone set up in a proper space to burn wood. These outdoor fire pits should be designed around the style of your space. These units are created with any and all options available. Enjoy your fire pit with a granite top for a classy contemporary finish or maybe sandstone exuding an old world rustic feel. Lots of unique customizing options like ledge stone bases, glass mosaics, LED under lighting, distinctive shapes, or even in-ground level units are all at the fingertips of your designer. These pieces provide amazing ambiance around a pool, cabana, or just an extended destination for your backyard space.
Fireplaces are gaining more traction every day. Even down here in South Florida fireplaces are gaining more traction every day. Consumers are adding these gathering points in both covered patio spaces and open areas of their backyard. We see simple units with concrete stucco exteriors matching the home's exterior. On the other end of the spectrum, beautiful fireplaces covered in natural stone with ornate wood mantels add amazing character to any area. Envision sitting on your patio watching the television as its hung over your decorated mantle. These units are all hand designed by outdoor designers at Broward Landscape. We can do it all.
Although fire bowls are more visual than functional, it's a creative solution to add the element of fire around a pool or spa. It brightens up the dark sky at night and works in conjunction with your pool light to create a stunning ambiance you could look at for hours. You can get very creative with the design of your fire bowls. Concrete, metal, and natural stone are all viable options. Combo units add the extra WOW, providing flowing water and fire. This creates a spectacular backyard visual. Let the outdoor designer incorporate these fire bowls into your new pool or outdoor living space.
We are the South Florida leaders in landscape design, outdoor living spaces, outdoor kitchens, bars, outdoor fire pits, exterior lighting, pavers, decking, walkways, tree care, sprinkler repair, pergolas and arbors. Our reputation and results speak for themselves. This includes large-scale corporate environments, city parks, shopping malls and apartment complexes, condominiums and homeowner associations. Our experienced landscaper designers set the standard each day in landscape design and hardscaping. We are the landscapers that can put the fire back in your life!
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