Outdoor fireplaces: How does your garden glow?
Cooler evenings are no reason to forego the pleasure of sitting outdoors, if you have a fire to cosy up to
There’s a lot to be said for the joy of gazing into the crackling flames of an open fire: you feel the warmth, but it taps into something deeper than just the sensation of heat.
From simple open-air fire pits to semi-enclosed chic firewalls, fire adds a mystical element to the garden and brings people together with increased feelings of well-being and camaraderie.
Obviously, with current restrictions, people are not allowed to gather...
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