Fire Pit Dining Table

An outdoor fire pit table is an excellent addition to your backyard or patio, providing warmth, light, and ambience for you and your guests to enjoy, even during chilly seasons. 

However, with so many different styles, sizes, and features, knowing which fire pit table is right for you can be challenging. 

In this guide, we will provide some tips for choosing the best fire pit table for your outdoor space, considering factors such as size, fuel type, safety features, style, and additional features. 

And by following these guidelines, you can select the perfect fire pit table for your needs and create a cosy and inviting atmosphere in your outdoor living area.


  • What to Consider When Choosing a Fire Pit Table for Your Space
    • Construction and Durability
    • Type of Fuel
    • Table Shape
    • Safety Features
    • Resistance to Corrosion
    • Size of Your Outdoor Space
    • Style and Design
    • Heat Output
    • Check for Additional Features
  • Conclusion
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What to Consider When Choosing a Fire Pit Table for Your Space

Construction and Durability

As a stunning warm centrepiece, it's no wonder these functional pieces of furniture are taking over backyards everywhere. 

Durability is a critical factor for outdoor furniture. Hence, whichever furniture you choose, ensure it is high quality, durable materials and construction that can withstand this weather. A fire pit table wicker is an excellent choice; it is waterproof and needs little to no maintenance. 

Our Art Leon Fire Table Wicker with a powder-coated steel frame gives it a natural look and weather-resistant finish. With the long-lasting and durable material, you will surely enjoy the fire table for an extended period.

A steel fire pit table is also good; it is lightweight and less prone to rust, concrete may be too strong and hard to move, and Aluminum is prone to rust but lightweight.

Type of Fuel

Natural gas, propane, or wood can fuel fire pit tables. Consider which fuel type you prefer, and choose a fire pit table compatible with the selected option. Propane or natural gas are more commonly used. Propane burns cleaner, while natural gas is convenient and inexpensive.

Table Shape

Squared-shaped fire tables are perfect for an intimate 4-person lounge with comfortable furniture. Rectangle-shaped tables are great for larger groups for dining or a good shape for placing in front of a sofa. While the round-shaped are ideal for groups to gather around informally.

Safety Features

Safety should always be a top priority when using a fire pit table. Look for models with safety features such as a protective screen, automatic shut-off valve, and heat-resistant materials.

Resistance to Corrosion 

Wicker, steel, and concrete are materials with high corrosion resistance. When choosing a steel fire pit table, it is advisable to go for one coated with a powder coating layer to prevent it from rushing.

Size of Your Outdoor Space

The size of your outdoor space will determine the size of the fire pit table you can comfortably accommodate. Make sure to measure the space where you plan to put the fire pit table to ensure it will fit properly.

Style and Design

Fire pit tables come in a wide variety of styles and designs. Choose one that complements the aesthetic of your outdoor space and matches your taste.

This Piano Fire Pit Table comes with great a great design to fit into any outdoor space. 

Heat Output

Fire pit tables' heat output is measured in BTU/HR; the higher the BTU/HR, the higher the warmth generated and the height of the flames produced. 70,000 BTU/HR is necessary for high altitudes, and 20,000-50,000 BTU/HR is ideal for cold weather.

Check for Additional Features

Some fire pit tables have additional features such as built-in storage, adjustable flame height, mesh screen, and temperature control. 

Consider which features are essential to you, and choose a fire pit table that includes them. A mesh screen helps control the flame in windy conditions, and a burner cover is excellent for protecting the fire pit table when not used.

You can also check our blog on how far should a fire pit table be from the house.


In conclusion, selecting the best fire pit table for your outdoor space can be fun and rewarding. Still, it's essential to consider your needs and preferences before purchasing. 

By taking into account factors such as size, fuel type, safety features, style, heat output, durability, and additional features, you can choose a fire pit table that meets your requirements and enhances the beauty and functionality of your outdoor living area. 

With the right fire pit table, you can create a warm and inviting ambience in your backyard or patio and enjoy memorable moments with your family and friends for years.

You can check our fire pit table section for more options that suit your taste and outdoor requirements.

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