Evenings around the campfire are a dream for many people. If we have a garden, it is easy to set aside a small space for a place for this purpose.
A place for a bonfire can be made of many different materials. Sometimes it is stones, terrace tiles or paving stones, even old bricks are enough 🙂 .
#1 A hole dug in the ground lined with bricks, and the edge of the campfire draped with pieces of stone tiles
#2 Concrete blocks have many uses, so for building a campfire they will also come in handy
You can have a bonfire dug deeper into the ground or placed flush with the ground, but then the rim surrounding the bonfire is always a few good inches above the ground.
#3 A campfire on a tiled garden can be arranged in a more phenomenal way
#4 A simple hearth in the ground for which bricks were used
#5 If you have tiles after building a terrace or stairs, you can use them to line the place for a bonfire
#6 Rings, hoops, or fire pits can be purchased ready-made or you can even use an old washing machine drum or other metal hoops and rings
#7 There is no need to tile the entire fire pit area if you have rocks and sand
#8 Sometimes a bonfire is a bit like building a sandbox, only the wall is higher
#9 With such a hoop, the fire in the evening looks lovely
#10 Some suitable tiles and a place for a bonfire is ready
#11 Ordinary bricks and some stones – sometimes you really don’t need much 🙂
#12 This idea I really liked, although it presents more of a barbecue function 🙂
#13 A campfire with a permanent bench is also a great idea
#14 The bricks form a hearth, and the top forms a flat circle that can be used as a table
#15 Tractor wheel rim fire
I’ll show you a couple more examples that are already a bit more advanced and certainly more expensive 🙂 I’ll show you a couple more examples that are a bit more advanced and certainly more expensive 🙂