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How to introduce heat into your garden

Although we can have some lovely weather in the summer months here in the UK, the reality is that our gardens can be a bit chilly after sundown. Here are some options to introduce some campfire camaraderie to your garden:

Fire pit tables

For easy radiating warmth and a welcoming atmosphere, why not consider an outdoor table with an integral central fire pit? The Supremo Carina range includes both dining and lounging options – perfect for long, lazy evenings with family and friends.

Standalone fire pits and fire bowls

Most suited to a level patio area, standalone fire pits are inexpensive and durable. Usually consisting of a cast iron bowl on sturdy legs, and perfect for burning wood, they are an easy way to create a focal point and work well with a low, modular seating arrangement. Steel charcoal burners offer the same effect and come with a safety cover for peace of mind.

Chimeneas

Taller and more of a structural statement, chimeneas originated in South America and are made up of a round base where the fuel is burnt, topped with a chimney. Chimeneas work well in a corner position, as they are more thermally efficient and need less tending than fire pits.

Patio heaters

Patio heaters have become much more popular in commercial outdoor spaces in recent years, and their design and efficiency has improved greatly. Wall mounted, free standing, tubular or column shaped, patio heaters come in gas or electric varieties, and they don’t necessarily need an external power source.

A fire pit, chimenea or patio heater can add warmth, light and character to your garden, and they allow you to stay outside longer. With so many options to choose from, you need never be cold in your garden again.

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