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Fire tables, also known as fire pit tables are incredible free-standing fire features. The firepit tables are commonly used as a centre-piece for a deck, patio or backyard, clubbed with a sitting arrangement to create a perfect relaxing oasis. They can also be used indoors as fireplace tables as they provide warmth on cold winter nights.

What are the popular styles of fire tables?

  • Round Fire Table: Fire tables are a popular choice for creating a cozy atmosphere in outdoor spaces. It allows for a versatile and functional piece of furniture that not only provides warmth and a mesmerizing ambiance, but also serves as a convenient surface for placing drinks, snacks, or even for outdoor dining. This collection surmises variations of round fire tables with different designs such as the Unity fire table by TOP which has an equal Top and bottom diameter, the bowl style Legacy fire table by Archpot with a tapered bottom and many more designs.
  • Square Fire Table: The square fire table is a classic choice that never goes out of style. With its symmetrical shape and clean lines, a square fire table can effortlessly blend into any outdoor setting. Whether you have a small patio or a spacious deck, a square fire table can serve as a stylish center-piece that brings warmth and charm to your outdoor space. One advantage of a square fire table is its versatility. It can be easily paired with various seating arrangements, such as square-shaped sectionals or a combination of chairs and benches. This flexibility allows you to create different seating areas and facilitate conversations, making it a perfect choice for those who love entertaining and hosting gatherings.
  • Rectangular Fire table: For those who have a larger outdoor space or prefer a longer and more elongated fire feature, a rectangular fire table is an excellent option. The elongated shape of a rectangular fire table provides a visually striking focal point that can span the length of your outdoor seating area. Rectangular fire tables are ideal for creating a linear arrangement of furniture, such as a row of chairs or a sectional sofa. This setup encourages interaction and creates a sense of intimacy among guests. You can also add some decorative elements, such as potted plants or lanterns, along the length of the fire table to further enhance its visual appeal.
  • Low-profile Fire Table: One popular fire table aesthetic is the minimalist and low-profile design. The low-profile fire table is an excellent choice for those who want a sleek look in their outdoor space. These coffee table height fire tables can be round, rectangular or square in shape with a low height. The low height allows for easy conversation and unobstructed views, making it ideal for gatherings and socializing.
  • Fire Tables with LP Storage: If you're looking for a fire table that combines functionality and convenience, consider opting for a fire table with LP (liquid propane) storage. These fire tables feature a hidden compartment or storage space where you can securely store your LP tank. This not only eliminates the need for an unsightly tank sitting next to your fire table but also provides a seamless and cohesive look. Fire tables with LP storage come in various shapes and styles, ensuring you can find one that perfectly suits your outdoor space. From round fire tables with hidden compartments to rectangular fire tables with built-in shelves, there is a wide range of options to choose from. Some fire tables even feature a cleverly designed side door for easy access to the LP tank, making refills and maintenance a breeze.

What materials are used to construct a fire table?

  • GFRC Concrete Fire Tables: GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) is extremely sturdy and highly durables material. It can withstand diverse outdoor weather conditions. Additionally, GFRC material can be moulded in a variety of design options, including different shapes, sizes, and finishes. This makes GFRC fire tables the perfect combination of durability and design to construct outdoor fire tables. Fire tables constructed of GFRC material can also be customized with various colors to complement the aesthetics of your space.
  • Wood Grain Concrete Fire Tables: The wood grain finish is achieved on GFRC (Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete) in order to mimic the look of natural wood for providing a rustic and organic aesthetic. Wood grain concrete being concrete material and not actual wood, is resistant from rot, decay or insect damage, ensuring long-lasting beauty and functionality. With wood grain concrete fire tables, you can indulge in the best of both worlds: the beautiful appearance of the natural wood combined with the benefits of the durable GFRC material.
  • Stainless Steel Fire Tables: Stainless steel fire tables are a trending as they are immensely popular among many homeowners and designers. Offering a contemporary and minimalist look to the fire tables which are a perfect addition to any contemporary spaces and modern homes. The shiny metal is resistant to corrosion, rust, and staining, making it the perfect material to construct beautiful fire tables for your outdoor living space.
  • Corten Steel Fire Tables: Corten steel, also known as weathering steel has a very different texture and finish. The Fire Pits and fire tables constructed of Corten Steel feature a rusted appearance as they form a patina due to weathering process changing their color which is often a desired look. Moreover, it is a robust material that is sure to withstand all the natural elements.
  • Copper Fire Tables: The opulent and refined look of copper fire tables offer a luxurious look, elevating your outdoor space with a touch of grandeur to your outdoor space. The copper surface evenly disperses heat, guaranteeing optimal functionality of the fire tables. Over time, the copper develops a stunning greenish-blue patina. Patina copper is a desired look but for those who prefer a pristine appearance, regular cleaning, polishing, and waxing can easily maintain its lustrous shine.
  • Hammered Copper Fire Tables: Fire tables constructed of hammered copper material are quite popular. The beautiful texture on the copper material is achieved by the process of hand-hammering. Hammered copper fire tables are durable and robust as copper material can withstand extreme temperatures.
  • Powder Coated Metal Fire Tables: Powder coating acts as a protective shield against rust and corrosion guaranteeing long-lasting sturdiness. It also grants the ability to personalize the metal in a diverse palette of colors to complement any exterior design. Opting for a powder coated metal fire table is the ideal decision for those seeking the advantages of a metal fire table while maintaining the ability to tailor it to match the ambiance of their outdoor area.

Fire tables FAQs

What type of fuel is required for fire table?

All fire tables can be fuelled with Natural gas or Liquid Propane. A natural gas needs a live connection that can be availed from the local gas company in your area. However, liquid propane does not require a live connection as liquid propane can be stored in a tank. A lot of fire tables come with an in-built storage space for propane tank.

What are the accessories available for fire tables?

Fire media, wind guard, metal lids, as well as canvas covers are some of the accessories that can be used with fire tables. These accessories not only elevate the look of the fire tables but also work as protective elements and elongate the lifespan of the fire table. For instance, the fire media prevents any dirt or debris from entering the burner space, the wind guard helps in protecting the flames on windy days and the covers or metal lids protect the fire table from natural elements when it is not in use.

What type of fire media is used in fire tables?

Decorative fire glass such as reflective fire glass, glass cubes and glass beads. lava rocks, Polished or unpolished lava stones, fire logs, metal or ceramic stone fire balls are the commonly used fire media

How much fire glass do I need?

Calculating the amount of fire media required for your fire feature is an easy task. All you need is the measurement of the burner pan on your fire feature and our fire media calculator guide. For detail information you can refer our guide on How Much Fire Glass Do I Need For My Fire Pit?

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