Finding Inspiration for a Pebble Patio and Stone Fire Pit

Since moving into a new house and removing a very, very large shrub, my husband and I have been hunting for patio and fire pit inspiration. The cleared space and ground stump left a natural clearing in the backyard (free of overhead obstructions like wires and branches), so we immediately began using it for campfires. It only seems efficient for us to continue to reinvent this space as a real patio, an intentional outdoor living space. Easier than finding grass seed to match the rest of the yard, am I right?

Planning for a backyard pebble stone patio.

I really adored the flagstone patio that we built at our last house. Flagstone may once again be in our future as it’s already used as an accent in our new home, but we have a slightly different vision for this more casual backyard: pebble stones. I don’t so much mean a pebble patio like one that is concrete covered with stones and epoxy, but more like this gravel patio with a border.

Round pebble stone patio inspiration.

Located on the edge of our wooded backyard, it seems like round pebble gravel might be a good fit, with slate or field stones serving well as the border for a centered, inset fire pit. Classic camping style. If only it was on a beach like this fieldstone fire pit. It’s dreamy.

A fieldstone fire pit, perfect for any backyard.

There’s still a substantial amount of planning and work that goes into installing a patio, so we’ll begin the process this fall and winter with a plan of puttin’ her in the ground next spring.

If the fire pit above has you swooning like me, you’ll enjoy browsing through this gallery of expert-designed fireplaces and fire pits. Then tell me: Have you come across any other inspired fire pits? Share in the comments!

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  3. MarcioWilges says:

    Wow, what a stunning transformation! I have always loved to have a patio of my own in my backyard but it seems that the effort needed and the skills to achieve one of those are just too hard to come by. Anyhow, I think you did a pretty impressive job creating a dull backyard into a homely one. I think now you would have one more reason to stop yourself from moving out and stay put at this beautiful abode for long.

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  15. Pedro Tyler says:

    This Pebble Patio and Stone Fire Pit inspired me. Lovely. Much like a hearth is part of a room, make the fire pit a gathering point on your patio. Utilize unused space in your yard by giving your fire pit its own area.

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  19. [...] Finally, I’m noodling up some big plans for our new backyard, plans that revolve around our desire to have an awesome fire pit and a great outdoor living area. While flagstone and other pavers are still in contention, the idea of using pebble stones is sounding better and better for our home. Learn more about pebble stone patios here and check out some of the inspiration while you’re a…. [...]

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I caught the home improvement bug at an early age, and now I'm a full-time DIYer living in Rochester, NY. The projects I cover on my blog Merrypad range ...

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