Fire Pits and Fire Tables: The Focal Point of Your Outdoor Space

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Zen Fire Pit, by OW Lee

In our previous post, we shared 7 hot outdoor furniture trends in the Pacific Northwest

One trend that has been exploding in popularity for several years and shows no signs of letting up is fire pits and fire tables. They serve as the focal point of an inviting outdoor space, and, let’s face it; their cozy flames keep us toasty on cool PNW evenings!

In this article, we’ll show you several fabulous fire pits and fire tables certain to take center stage in your outdoor space.

Zen Fire Pit, by OW Lee

Zen Fire Pit, by OW Lee

The Zen fire pit by OW Lee features an LED light display (over 1,600 colors to choose from), with modes such as fading, pulsing, glowing, and flashing. This fire pit is available in the popular “chat height,” which pairs nicely with low-profile furnishings.

Zen Fire Pit, by OW Lee

Zen fire pit and the Pacifica outdoor furniture collection, by OW Lee

Zen Fire Pit, by OW Lee

Zen fire pit and the Pacifica outdoor furniture collection, by OW Lee

MGP-Top Fire Table, by Telescope Casual Furniture

MGP-Top Fire Table, by Telescope Casual Furniture

MGP-Top Fire Table and Larssen Cushion collection armchair and loveseat, by Telescope

If you want a fire table that’s made specifically for outdoor use, look no further than the MGP-Top Fire Table. MGP stands for Marine Grade Polymer, a practically indestructible material used as decking on cruise ships.

Camino Fire Pit, by Tropitone

Camino fire pit and Samba Cushion Collection, by Tropitone

Camino fire pit and Samba Cushion Collection, by Tropitone

This high-profile square fire pit with a built-in ignitor features a simplistic style that pairs well with contemporary, transitional and modern furniture designs. It has an aluminum frame with powder-coated finish and marine-grade polymer panels to withstand weather and fading.

Rich’s is featuring a grayish weathered-wood version of the Camino fire pit.

Metrop Fire Pit, by OW Lee

Metrop Fire Pit, by OW Lee

Metrop Fire Pit, by OW Lee

The “occasional height” (19-inch) version of the Metrop fire pit pairs well with low-profile seating (it’s also available in 24-inch “chat height”).

You can special-order custom options, including finish, tile, accent tile, media, and accessories.

Stop by Rich’s for the Home and ask to see our large selection of fire pits and fire tables. Rich’s has 5 Puget Sound locations in Bellevue, Lynnwood, Southcenter/Seattle, Tacoma, and Bremerton. We’re open Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm and Sundays, noon-5pm.

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