Five fire tables to transform your backyard

San Francisco has been heating up like crazy recently, meaning drinks outside with friends have never sounded so good. But as we all know, fall is just around the corner and with it, cooler temperatures. So how to keep the party going in your backyard late into the night?

Find the perfect fire table for dinner parties, impromptu s'mores and general summer-soaking-up, of course. Inspired by our contemporary outdoor project at 18th Street, we rounded up our favorite fire tables at five different price points.

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Cast Iron Fire Bowl, $349
Designed by Soren Slebo, this is a clean design that’s still portable enough to bring to the beach, move around the backyard or pack up in the car. Found at Design Within Reach.

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Byron Square Steel Fire Table, $769
Still available at a great price, the Byron table designed by Real Flame, burns hot at 70k BTU. On the smaller side but that makes it great for intimate gatherings in your backyard. Find it at Wayfair!

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Geometric Fire Pit, $1,195.00 - $2,145.00
This beauty by Plodes Studio can be customized with a cedar top or steel grill top and is still flexible and portable. Bring it to the beach, play around with different setups in your backyard. Found at Design Within Reach.

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Ixtapa Fire Table, Starting at $3152
Restoration Hardware’s hand-crafted fire table comes in three styles and five different sizes, giving you tons of versatility for different spaces and layouts. It has the texture of concrete and is also heat-resistant.

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Mezzaluna Fire Bowl, $3,999
Eldorado Stone’s design will set you back the most cost-wise but has soft, clean lines and comes in four color options with the option for a honed or textured finish. While you can’t move this 48” bowl around quite so easily, it’s definitely a statement piece!

What’s your go-to design trick for spicing up an outdoor space? Let us know on Instagram and be sure to check out the rest of our 18th St. project on Houzz!