Campfires have been used as a meeting place outdoors for many years. Modern fires range from simple to elaborate structures bowl floor artifacts. A popular choice for backyard firepit table.
The first step in building your own firepit table is to make the table itself. The pressure-treated wood is common for garden tables, like cedar and redwood.
12 Photos Gallery of: How to Make Firepit Table
Bowl of fire
When choosing your bowl note the size of the table. You do not want the bowl is so large that it fills the entire circumference of the table. However, if too little is lost not only in the design of the table, but will make everyone come and bow to warm.
Before fixing the bowl to the table, puts the proper amount of cement in the center of the table. If you apply too much, it will crush the bottom of the bowl, leaving ugly hardened cement and making firepit table the work look sloppy. Using too little cement may cause a weak bond, possibly resulting in that the bowl is released and separates over time. The cement should be 2 inches (5 cm) thick and should be applied evenly in the center of the table to keep the container dry and looks crooked.