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Imagine your outdoor living space surrounded in the ambient glow of beauty and warmth. Whether you are going for a sophisticated flair or a little rustic charm, our round concrete fire bowls can help you achieve the landscape you’ve been dreaming about! Let Fireside Expressions help you design your project with our high caliber products.

Whether you have modest or wide-open spaces to focus on, our round concrete fire bowls come in plenty of sizes to suit your needs. These wok style bowls will draw attention, making them ideal for a strategically placed accent or a dramatic centerpiece. Choose a smooth design in a variety of shades to compliment your home or outdoor furniture. If elegance is what you seek, we offer Milano and Napoli style fire bowls, which appear woven with intricate designs.

These fire bowls will only be complete with some unique enhancements. Our collection of fire glass and lava rock are the perfect addition to create a breathtaking look. The best part about these embellishments: they are non-toxic and safe to use in your fire feature! We even have a calculator to determine how much media you will need!

Here are a few more reasons why Fireside Expressions’ round concrete fire bowls are so popular:

  • Made in the USA!
  • Color is mixed into cement during pouring – there is no need to “touch up” your fire bowl. Ever.
  • Durable enough to last for years – even in inclement weather.

The professionals at Fireside Expressions are here to answer your questions, and we welcome any ideas or design specs you may have so that we can help create the custom piece you are looking for. Your local gas contractor can provide a helping hand for installing gas lines to feed your concrete fire bowls. Please visit our Info Center for answers to frequently asked questions, as well as downloadable manuals.

PLEASE NOTE: Fire glass can be used with natural gas burning features ONLY. Fireside Expressions is adamant about this for the safety of our valued customers. 

  • Because propane is heavier than natural gas, it will sink to the bottom of your feature. Small pieces of fire glass will not allow propane to circulate, and this can lead to the explosion of this particular media. Even with larger fire glass pieces, there is still not enough room for the gas to dissipate from wind and other factors. Lava rock allows propane to dissipate and is the safest choice for propane features. (In addition, it is always a good idea to incorporate lava rock into the bottom portion of natural gas burning features.)

Not only will your outdoor living space be the envy of the neighborhood, it will surely be a space where great memories are created! Remember that our round concrete fire bowls are very heavy! Please call us at 1-888-986-1535 for the best shipping quote possible!

We recommend covering the burner with a layer of cinders/lava rock. These should be 1" diameter or larger. Glass should then be used as a topping over cinders/lava rock to approximately 2” in depth. This helps save material, money, and allows for safer operation.

For Square or Rectangle Shaped Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a square fire feature

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Width:  
 inches
(B) Fire Pit Depth:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Round or Octagon Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you will need for a round fire feature.

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Inner Diameter:  
 inches
(B) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Standard Fireboxes

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a fireplace.

* 2" to 4" of fire glass is the recommended height for fireplace fireboxes and pan burners.

(A) Firebox Front Width:  
 inches
(B) Firebox Rear Width:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches
(D) Firebox Depth:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):