DIY FirePit for $20: Buy a 15 gallon wash pail from Lowe's. They are only about 15 dollars. Get four bricks as well (about 4 dollars). Put the bricks inside the pail. Spread them out flat, to cover the bottom of the pail, and then set your logs on top of the bricks. This allows for airflow under your logs to keep the fire going.
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How to build a brick barbecue - You can't beat the taste of barbecued meat cooked on an open fire. Forget rushing to the garden centre to buy an expensive barbecue - set aside one day and you can have your own stylish brick barbecue.
There is no better thing than making a grill in your backyard to enjoy your time with family. You can buy a barbecue grill from local store and set it up in almost any space of your home’s outdoor, but here we recommended you to build your own brick barbecue in backyard. Building your own barbecue grill has […]
Just saw this on DIY Network's show, "I Want That". It's called "Brick Web", and I am absolutely in LOVE. It's actual brick, but thinly cut, and put on a sheet, so you can make any space look like it's been there for hundreds of years. I am SO using this!!!