Outdoor fireplace or indoor fireplace? The trend over the last year taking the fireplace outside into the natural elements continues to grow. And why not? Outdoor fireplaces allow you create an additional room even on a patio area, with instant ambiance and romance attached and without the smoke, cinders and stuffiness of an indoor fireplace.
And they look brilliant amongst natural elements. Outdoor fireplace designs have come a long way from cementing a few left over bricks together. But don’t forget there are building regulations to consider.
The outdoor fireplace is more complicated to design than indoor fireplaces and needs to take various environmental factors into account when being designed and built. Indoor fireplaces exist in protected environments, so are more straightforward to design compared to outdoor fireplace designs built in natural elements. There is now another trend, placing outdoor fireplaces on a small patio area or balcony. Fireplaces marry a house with a yard or outdoor patio area in a harmonious way. Make sure you look into building regulations before you order or create your outdoor fireplace.
This is a great video to get more ideas and information on the various types of outdoor fireplaces. It covers outdoor fireplace designs for a backyard, patio area or balcony turning fireplaces into focal points.
Outdoor fireplaces are growing in popularity because they are an easy addition to an existing property. Fireplaces are a sort of quick face lift. It’s easy to add interest particularly with all the new outdoor fireplace designs. Standing solid, like a silent monument, a fireplace is a great addition as long as you abide by building regulations and
Outdoor fireplaces are a great accessory to a yard, patio area or balcony and wonderful to be around on a cold night. The golden flames relax you even after the longest day and the number of outdoor fireplace designs increasing. I think their popularity will continue to rise. What do you think?