Garden Makeover with Outback Gas Fire Pit
When I knew I was working with Outback BBQs to celebrate the launch of their new Sherwood Gas Fire Pit, we got to work updating our garden seating area because when you’re receiving a little beauty like that, you want to show it off properly right?!
What I love about this fire pit is it’s unique innovative design, the quality Teak table top and that the gas bottle is hidden inside so there are no awkward pipes to hide like so many others I’d seen. Because the protective glass windshield is removable and there’s a stainless steel cover, it’s also a very practical garden table when the fire element isn’t being used. We’ve very easily sat and dined here!
First job in our garden makeover was painting the wall white, adding screens for interest and bringing flowers in through the window boxes and trough which we made from our old back gate. Check out the before and after!
The striped awnings serve a few purposes, providing much needed shade in our south facing garden, adding coziness to the corner and also to frame the space because it’s not feasible to paint all of our 3 storey house so we painted up to the awnings instead.
A bright and cheerful tropical outdoor rug under our white and blue garden sofa offered the perfect zoned space for the cherry on the cake…our epic fire pit!
I don’t know about you but I get cold very easily in the good old British evenings and no blanket or hoody will cut it, so my hubby is rather chuffed with our new addition to the garden because it means we’re extending our evenings out there.
It’s incredible the warmth this fire pit gives out and I can totally imagine us out there in the winter gazing at that warm glow.
Entertaining outside around Halloween and Christmas will be pretty cool don’t you think?!
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I hope you’ve found inspiration from our garden makeover with Outback Gas Fire Pit; do tag me on the socials and use #oskinspired if you create something after seeing this post!
Thank you to Outback BBQs for gifting us the most exciting thing for our outdoor space and I can’t wait to actually use our garden in the colder months!
Until next time,