Luxe Magazine - March/April 2022 Southeast

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OU T D O O R L IVIN G | SOUTHEAST “Outdoor areas should be welcoming, elegant and perfect for entertaining.”


SEASONS FIRE PITS 205.371.2212 | |


In the design of any great space, central gathering areas play a role. Given the wide-open nature of the outdoors, it is especially important to define those environments in the open air. Thus, it is perhaps no wonder that Seasons Fire Pits has found itself increasingly flooded with requests. The maker of luxury fire pits in a variety of aesthetic styles, the company uses only high-quality, heavy-gauge SA36, SA516-70 carbon steel and T304L stainless steel. The results are fire pit designs that not only look beautiful, but can withstand even the toughest elements. “The bowls that hold your logs are the same that are used in tank heads for the pharmaceutical, chemical, biotech, cryogenic and food and beverage industries,” shares Anne Smalley, Seasons’ president. “We help our clients create a special experience for their family that will be there to enjoy for a lifetime of use.”

“A fire pit turns any outdoor space into an area that can be used for all seasons,” Smalley says. “Whether a luxury resort creates a dreamy bonfire setup with a fire pit for guests, a backyard winter wedding gathers around at the end of the night or extended family has a summertime picnic that ends with the children roasting s’mores, the memorable experiences made possible by a fire pit abound.” Not to mention, when Seasons’ fire pits aren’t being used for fire, its customers have found some interesting alternate functions. “They have told us that they used it as a fountain, a well to ice down drinks, a birdbath and a planter!”

CONNECTION TO CREATIVITY The Seasons team is always keeping ears open to customer ideas and inquiries, and over the course of the past few years, it has resulted in the following innovations: •F ire pit with a lid that can make it into a table when it isn’t being used for fire •A grate with a triangular design that improves burning by allowing more even airflow

Top Simple lines define a sophisticated outdoor living space. The fire pit’s distinctive curved construction combines modernism and casual elegance. Right Featured in the 2021 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas, this garden design by Mike Munsterman of Outside Garden Design, Installation & Care showcases beauty and functionality. Photography Top by Jeana Rutledge; Right by Stephen Karlisch

•D esigns that can be converted to gas •A lip around the edge, where drinks and other objects could be rested

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