RE-DISCOVER OUTDOOR DINING
Even a smaller, urban backyard can accommodate a dining space for eating and hosting friends. Lively patterns on cushions and table, string lights and flickering flames set the mood with good food and great company.
MULTIPLE ENTERTAINING AREAS IN A BIG SPACE
Regardless of size, it’s important to maximize the potential of your backyard entertaining space! Whether you plan to use it for outdoor entertaining or as a relaxing getaway right in your backyard, there are plenty of design options. People naturally congregate near light, so create lighting focal points in each entertaining space and the walkways between.
For a twist, try making a Pudgie Pie S'more. Place cut firewood in your Fire Pit and grease a pudgie pie iron generously. Put a slice of bread in one side of the greased pudgie pie iron, spread chocolate or hazelnut, sprinkle graham cracker crumbs and add 1-2 marshmallows. Top with another slice of bread and close the iron. Cook over the fire for just 1 minute, turning occasionally. Open up the iron carefully and enjoy the ooey, gooey goodness!
YOUR BACKYARD CENTERPIECE
Be honest, there's rarely anything worth watching on TV. Grab a magazine, an adult coloring book or your latest knitting project and head out to the TIKI® Brand Fire Pit. It’s a much better centerpiece than your TV.