7 Outdoor Hearths Perfect for Portland Landscaping
Considering an outdoor fireplace or fire pit in your Portland landscaping design? Our experts are here to help! There is so much to consider with both elements, like the space you have, the budget, material choices and the type of entertaining you’ll want to do. You might want to read our blog post about how to determine which outdoor element would work best for you, written by Nic Nelson, our Senior Landscape Design Sales Consultant.
In the interim, we invite you to view some of our recent fireplace and fire pit projects. These are just a few of our design and they are meant to inspire. You’ll notice the use of natural stone in many of our custom designs. The Pacific Northwest offers so many unique stone options to choose from. Or, if you’re looking for a sleek, modern design, we’ve got you covered there as well.
Don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your project. As always, our consultations are free!
The photo above showcases a raised fire pit of beautiful cultured stone with cast concrete coping. This gas fire pit also includes a steel insert and crushed fire glass for a contemporary look.
A polished basalt column seat wall makes it easy for guests to gather around this custom designed wood-burning fire pit.
Natural elements inspired this design, which incorporates local basalt stones used for seating.
This custom covered structure, patio and fireplace was built to accommodate large groups of people. The fireplace is made of cultured stone with a wood timber mantle that blends seamlessly with the patio and roof design.
There are so many different ways to add the warmth and charm of a fire into your outdoor living space. Notice how the stone used to build the fireplace matches the posts of the covered structure and the seating by the pool.
This outdoor fireplace utilizes cultured stone in its design.
If you’re not sure whether a fire pit or fireplace is right for you, there are always other solutions – like this gorgeous fire table!