Firepit Rocks

Comparing All The Types of Firepit Rocks

It’s firepit season in our hometown of Arizona. Winter nights get chilly in the desert and there’s no better way to warm up than sitting around a firepit with friends and family. Our collection of firepits are designed with beautiful copper accents, slate and weathered wood finishes, and a variety of design options from traditional to modern. Add a handful of comfortable club chairs and some side tables for snacks and drinks and you’re set for the season. When it comes to choosing the types of firepit rocks, there are a few options to consider. You can’t go wrong with any option, but some provide a more modern look while others might complement a more traditional outdoor setting. Fire Pit Rocks

Fire Glass

Among the most popular firepit rocks is the fire glass option. Fire glass gives off a glimmering look between the fire’s flames. Plus, with a variety of color options, you can get creative with the color you choose. It’s definitely a stylish option for your outdoor firepit and guests will surely take notice if you choose a beautiful, vibrant color.

Lava Rock

Commonly used in commercial firepits is the lava rock option. The lava rock are naturally colored and can be various sizes. Lava rock has stood the test of time as an excellent choice for outdoor firepits. With its classic look, lava rock would pair nicely with any type of firepit style. Plus, it’s lightweight and easy to maneuver and assemble into a firepit.

River Rock

River rock is a lesser-known option that’s available to use in your firepit. It has a similar look to lava rock in that it is designed to match its surrounding nature, but its round and smooth finish gives it a modern flair. River rock is ideal for a firepit in a mountain setting as it reflects the type of rocks you might find in a river or creek. Find your bliss and personalize your patio with our wide selection of luxury patio furniture and stylish firepits. Stop in and see us at one of our six Valley locations!
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