Let's talk about fire.
Let's talk about fire and water bowls! The fireplace is our passion, but it's really more about taking an ordinary space and helping you create a place that inspires creativity, serenity or pretty much whatever it is that you want! Our water bowls are designed to enhance the outdoor living space of our customers and last for many years of enjoyment.
We believe that the time you spend outdoors should always be enjoyable. Your patio and poolside areas should be as amazing as the inside of your house regardless if you plan to call it home for the next several decades or are getting it ready for someone else to make it their own.
We have a lot of options when it comes to our fire bowls! Not everyone has the same taste in size, shape or color and it's important to us that our customers find the perfect fire and water bowl for their needs. Check out some of our styles:
The Marseille Series. These bowls are the height of simplistic elegance. A wide concrete bowl, they are nearly flat on the bottom without any extra embellishments on the bowl. A fire bowl from this series is perfect for your modern outdoor décor.
The Avalon Series. Regardless if it's fire or water, these bowls are beautiful! Square with rounded edges, they come in not only concrete but also metal options. These American made gas bowls are a great choice if you want something square but without too many sharp angles.
The Maya Series. These bowls are gorgeous! Possibly named after the Mayan pyramids, these concrete and metal scupper bowls look like inverted pyramids with sleek lines and simplistic design. Any of our Maya bowls are the perfect choice for your contemporary outdoor space.
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Round. A simple shape that we all know (you've heard the "I'm in shape. Round is a shape" joke, right?) These bowl-shaped fire features are classics that never go out of style.
The Mediterranean. These fire bowls are technically still bowls, but the Romanesque design earns them a category all on their own with us. We love the elegance of these timeless bowls!
Cone. There aren't corners to this cone; enjoy the unique shape of this modern fire bowl and how it'll look with the rest of your modern décor.
Pyramid. This inverted pyramid fire bowl is another great choice if you tend towards modern or contemporary style thanks to its sharp edges and sleek design.
The best of both worlds. This one has the soft curves of a round bowl, the straight lines of a square one, and the durability of both!
With our supply of durable fire bowls, you have choices when it comes to the material. We carry high-quality fire bowls that are made out of a variety of materials and unlike other places, they are made to order. The fire bowl you order isn't sitting on a warehouse shelf somewhere gathering dust, waiting for someone to pick it up and spray paint it the color you choose. Learn more about how our specially made concrete bowls are created!
A beautiful choice for your fire bowl, copper is durable. A natural feature of copper is that when it doesn't have a sealant applied, a patina develops that eventually changes the color of your fire bowl. Check out this beautiful copper fire pit to see how copper looks as a fire feature!
Durable and able to withstand the elements, fiberglass is an excellent, affordable material for fire bowls and water features alike!
Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete
These stunning outdoor fire features are designed from glass fiber reinforced concrete, which is much lighter in weight than precast material. For the Versailles fire bowls, there are even stone feet!
The fire bowls we carry are designed to stand the test of time when it comes to normal wear and tear! / 24" Versailles Fire Bowl
What makes our hand-hammered copper fire bowls so special? Artisans meticulously went over it, hammering to distribute heat and air evenly throughout the metal. It is then conditioned to look smooth and flawless for you!
Refractory cement is the same material used with buildings and stone fireplaces. Designed to withstand wear, tear and intense heat, you can be sure that this material will hold up for many years!
Stainless steel isn't just pristine, it's also durable. It's the material of choice for private space exploration company SpaceX and what tanks, such as propane or hot water heaters, are made of. With a stainless steel fire bowl, you can feel confident that it'll be around for a long time!
A unique choice in fire bowl material, nonetheless the wood fire bowls we have are perfectly safe and a gorgeous choice for your outdoor living space!
With some stores, your color choices may be limited to one or two colors. Our suppliers know that there should be more than two options and we wholeheartedly agree! Your color options vary according to the supplier, but we have everything from a nice, neutral beige to stark charcoal. We even have metallic options! Here are just a few of the colors we have available:
What makes our fire and water bowls so special is that when someone orders their unique scupper bowl, artisans mix the color of choice into the concrete before pouring it into the reusable mold. Time may chip away a little bit here and there at your bowl, but it won't lose its color because of it!
With fire bowls, in particular, you need to hide the gas components that create the dancing flame you love so much. What better way to do that than with fire media? The fire media we carry is high quality and specially designed to handle the heat your fire bowl puts off. You can count on having a beautiful fire feature without worrying about it catching on fire or melting! Check out your fire media options:
Fire Glass. Our smallest bags are 25 pounds and come in 9 gorgeous colors, including a beautiful sunshine mix and reflective blue! Check out our fire glass options in the infographic to the right.
Fire Pit Log Set. Though you need to have another fire media with these logs, they are a gorgeous choice if you want something that has a natural look but without the hassle of clean up. We recommend using our lava granules to compliment these beautiful logs.
Lava Rock. Ranging from granules up to larger stones, our volcanic media for fire pits makes a great media to help hide your fire fixture while also enjoying the flame.
Outdoor Fire Balls. These are great if you want something that departs from the typical! From smaller to larger, or a mix of sizes, you can get these fire balls to complement your modern fire décor and lava granules to help stabilize them. Not only are they concrete, we have stainless steel ones too and even different shapes!
Ornaments. These unique fire features are different shapes and are installed directly over the fire burner so that it looks like they are burning too! You'll need some additional fire media, but these fire ornaments look amazing with a dancing flame!
Take a look at our fire glass options! You'll have your gas fire product looking out of this world in no time.
You have a lot of options and combinations to choose from. Regardless of what you pick, make sure you have a professional on hand to install and inspect your gas fire feature. Gas isn't something to play around with! Also, please be sure to check your city and/or county ordinances about gas products.
Let us know what we can do to help you today. And don't forget, shipping is free in the lower 48!
Inferior ones, yes, but not the ones we sell. Depending on the manufacturer, you may get a glass fiber reinforced concrete fire bowl or a precast concrete bowl. Both of these are a better, higher grade of concrete used in industrial work, such as buildings. It's designed to last for years when it comes to normal wear and tear.
A scupper bowl is a water feature that not only creates ambiance, but it also circulates the water in your pool (pond, etc) and helps oxygenate it. It can also function as a type of spillway, like when water overflows from your hot tub. A scupper bowl could be part of the system that safely delivers the water to your pool.
Probably, but it depends on where you live. Your local fire and building codes ultimately determine if you need a gas professional to install your fire feature (we recommend it regardless) and any other setup that's required for your project. We recommend that you check with your local municipality to see what regulations are. If you need a contractor you can use our Independent Contractor Locator to find a contractor in your area!