30+ Irresistible outdoor fireplace ideas that will leave you awe-struck

Dress up your backyard patio with some gorgeous outdoor fireplace ideas that can be enjoyed for relaxing and entertaining throughout most of the season. We have collected some fantastic ideas for you whether you are designing a new build or renovating your backyard landscape. Have a look below for some unique ideas with all the latest trends. We have also included a lot of resource information to help assist you with your project goals. Do not forget to let us know which of the outdoor fireplace ideas inspired you most and why in the Comments below!

1. The outdoor fireplace and raised spa, make a beautiful focal point in this exquisite backyard landscape renovation. The prefab outdoor fireplace is from American Fyre Designs. (via )

2. Gorgeous outdoor fireplace surrounded by lush vegetation in a Washington, D.C. backyard. (via )

3. The large rough cedar pergola provides a space for the homeowners to entertain guests. The decorative concrete patio used an integral color which was a light tan. A darker color ‘release’ was sprinkled on the surface and then a “heavy texture” rubber mat makes the surface of the concrete appear more like stone. The floor was scored and then sealed with a glossy finish. The patio space features seating and custom cushions to create a comfortable seat along the fireplace. (via )

4. The outdoor fireplace and patio make a beautiful focal point in this exquisite backyard landscape renovation. (via )

5. This patio is the perfect spot to enjoy evening cocktails in Houston, Texas. The limestone fireplace offers an inviting atmosphere, while the Versailles stone flooring creates a seamless connection between the outdoors and the interior of the home. (via )

6. A pool pavilion in Woodside, California features cozy furnishings set around a stone stacked fireplace wall. Curtains provides shade from the elements. (via )

7. An outdoor living space in Newport Beach, California features contemporary wicker furnishings with comfortable cushions. The stone used is a natural stone called “Three Rivers Ledge Stone”. (via )

8. This unique fireplace was crafted using Byram Black stone. Built-in rock ledges provides additional seating around the fire. (via )

9. This outdoor haven offers a wood-burning pizza oven, wood box, natural stone fireplace, seat wall, outdoor furnishings and a paver patio. The hearth stone is 19″x20″. Both the rocker and the Lounger with ottoman came from Pier One – the Ciudad line. (via )

10. A spacious central courtyard offers entertaining and relaxing spaces in this Arizona home. A vintage mirror above the fireplace brings light into the seating arranged around the stone clad fireplace embellished with brick details. Dimensions: 9-feet total length, 5-ft. for fireplace, 4-ft. for pizza oven. (via )

11. A 1930 Connecticut home features this beautiful terrace with an inviting fireplace attached to the outside of the home. Comfortable furnishings and potted plants adds to the overall design. (via )

12. This cozy courtyard in Portland, Oregon features the perfect ambiance with Adirondack chairs encircling a stone clad fireplace. (via )

13. The fireplace is basalt stone. A sectional and a dining table set is grouped around the fireplace, perfect for lounging and entertaining. (via )

14. A loggia in Southern California features a television above the mantel for game watching. The Provence love seat and St. Barts teak lounge chairs are both from Restoration Hardware. (via )

15. A back porch offers a welcome extension of this Daniel Island, South Carolina home’s living space. The cobblestone fireplace pays homage to the ancient ship ballast stones that pave the streets in Charleston’s French Quarter. The furnishings and fabrics have a textural appeal, with washed linens in neutral tones. (via )

16. Traditional wicker furnishings are grouped around a stone clad fireplace, while orb chandeliers adds to the overall ambiance. (via )

17. Landscape architect Andrea Cochran added warmth to this outdoor living space with a long modern fireplace. (via Marion Brenner for )

18. The outdoor furniture set around this contemporary fireplace is the Pure Collection from JANUS et Cie. The fireplace stone is a Lueders rough back, while the insert is a 48″ fireplace. The flooring is Lueders Limestone. The fans were sourced from “Big Ass Fans”. The fence is made of Douglas Fir. (via )

19. This 60′s ranch-house offers a refined material palette that modernizes the backyard. Materials of stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls provide sculpture while defining gathering spaces. (via )

20. Designed by , this outdoor courtyard in Newport Beach is a favorite spot for entertaining. Moorish lattice-back sofas by McKinnon and Harris are grouped around the fireplace. The cushions are Peter Dunham’s Fig Leaf, custom printed on Sunbrella fabric. (via )

21. In a home in Northwest Washington, D.C., this outdoor living room is the hub of entertaining. The stone for the fireplace and retaining wall was Carter Rock. All of the outdoor furnishings are with custom Sunbrella fabrics. With the help of portable heaters, this backyard is a three-season living space. (via )

22. An outdoor living room with a fireplace offers the perfect spot to relax, in this French farmhouse style home in Santa Barbara, California. The flooring is Oklahoma Sweetwater Flagstone. The light fixture was sourced from . The walls and ceiling are smooth steel trowled stucco in an undulating surface with a custom mixed color that was based on La Habra Misty. (via )

23. A home’s rooftop deck in upstate New York features a freestanding, elliptical fireplace designed by architect and homeowner Gray Davis of Meyer Davis Studio. The jet-black bricks of the fireplace are laid vertically to help form the curve. Potted plants adds a tropical vibe to the space. (via )

24. An outdoor pavilion features a chef’s kitchen and bar, stone fireplace and flat screen tv, creating the perfect lounge while relaxing by the sparkling pool and spa. The fireplace features a natural stone raised hearth with a poured in place concrete cap. Resin wicker furnishings can be found at Restoration Hardware. (via )

25. The ochre-colored outdoor fireplace adds a beautiful focal point to this backyard haven designed by Sandy Koepke. (via )

26. A cozy backyard cabana in Atlanta features comfortable furnishings in the Eden Roc Collection from . The drapery curtains the Outdoor Canvas from Pottery Barn. The flooring is slate. (via )

27. The furnishings are made by Summer Classics for Smith and Hawkin. The flooring is a combination of bluestone and slate, which allows for the variations in color. (via )

28. This cozy outdoor living space feels intimate thanks to the way it feels sunken into the surrounding garden. An expansive fireplace offers the perfect ambiance for entertaining. (via )

29. The rocker/chair is from Pier One, while the tall candlesticks are from HomeGoods. The fireplace is clad with cultured stone in the color Aspen. The fireplace has a 36-inch fire box. (via )

30. The 16×16 “Sonoma arched wood pergola” kit in redwood can be sourced online. You can make it yourself by taking a 2×8, plain the radius, cut an arch starting 2″ up to 2″ in the middle then flip the pieces and glue them. The pergola provides shade from the sun, while furnishings are grouped in front of a fireplace. (via )

31. The fireplace stone is Eden cut drywall of varying sizes with 3/4 inch raked joints. Adding to the overall aesthetic are grape vines growing across the overhead pergola of this backyard garden. (via )

32. A covered loggia features an inviting stone clad fireplace, the focal point of the space. The furnishings around the fireplace are the Grand Traverse Collection by Lloyd Flanders. See the incredible full home tour we featured here: Chimney Rock Residence: Lakeside retreat built for entertaining. (via )

33. A coastal outdoor space in Capistrano Beach, California features a cozy sitting area for entertaining. The drum table is from , while the teak chairs are from the . You could copy the drum table with a repurposed wine barrel from a garden store or winery and add a glass top. This drum table is open in the middle and filled with sand; seashells are place on the sand during the summer and pinecones during the winter season. The driftwood hearth and wreath were sourced from . (via Dana Nichols)

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