Imagine sitting outdoors with your friends around a burning fire this autumn, snug and warm as the days get shorter; and the nights get cooler. Everyone loves a chimenea, and a patio heater spreads a circle of warmth but why not go that bit further and replicate your indoor fireplace and bring it outdoors, with all the comfort and romance that goes along with it. An outdoor fireplace will allow you to use the garden and your outdoor room in Autumn, Winter and Spring as well as the Summer. The fireplace will give warmth, light and will provide a wonderful focal point.
Let an outdoor fireplace act as a vehicle for bringing people together. We no longer have to retreat indoors when the sun goes down or the evening turns a little chilly.
Choose a fireplace design that fits in with the scale of your house and garden, and also suits the material from which they’re constructed.
Once the fireplace is in hand, consider seating. The patio area next to the fireplace should be big enough to house comfy outdoor armchairs and / or a sofa, plus a path to access the area. Softening the edges with greenery and pretty planting will help blend it into the garden.
Get in contact with our in-house landscape designer and see if we can bring a bit of warmth into your garden this Autumn and check out our Blue Cross sale for excellent offers on our Manor Stone and River Stone products.
Bring warmth to your garden.
Regal Stone walling in Cashel (with Aspen Stone walling in Canelletto, Canterra flags in Slate and Country Cobble edging in Cashel)
Regal Stone walling in Canelletto (with Manor Stone flags in Glenarm, Mile Stone kerbing in Slate, Country Cobble paving in Slate and Setts edging in Slate + Cashel)
Aspen Stone walling in Canelletto (with Canterra flags in Slate and Country Cobble edging in Cashel)
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