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  1. Syrup Kettle Fire Pit with Reclaimed Barn Wood

    I Up-cycled a vintage Chattanooga Syrup Kettle into a fire pit. I Cleaned up a cast iron syrup kettle that i found in a barn that i reclaimed last summer and built a frame for it. The frame is steel welded together with wood slats to act as tables and wood storage on either side. Visit my...
  2. Fire Pit Table

    We were in need of a new table for our deck. I thought it would be nice to be able to have a small fire pit built in to it. The top is concrete with a drop-in LP burner. The table base is red oak finished with GF gel stain and GF outdoor varnish. I have a 20# propane tank sitting inside of...
  3. Fire Pit Bench

    I made this Fire Pit Bench in an afternoon. It's a great real life project, that beginners and advanced beginners can make. The bench is sturdy and since there is a great space underneath it for firewood it's practical too. I also really liked the look and I'm considering make a few more...
  4. Reclaimed Fire Pit Coffee Table

    I had an old rusty fire pit that has been well used over the years. I figured instead of tossing it I would try my hand at turning it into something I needed. In order to try and make this a reclaimed and recycle project I'm using some wood that was sourced from a firewood pile. This is some...
  5. Blogs
    Fire Pit Bench Here was an easy project that I did recently; a Fire Pit Bench. It only takes a few cedar boards to make this, and it's something you can make in an afternoon. Here is my attempt at making a video of how I made it, and as always you can check out my website at...
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