Fire Pit Tables

Fire Pits come in so many sizes and shapes; it is quite hard to fit them all into appropriate categories, and there is a lot of overlap. We define a Fire Pit Table as any fire feature that allows you enough room around its surface to hold a plate and a beer comfortably. Coffee table or ‘chat’ height at least, and as we want to put down our plate and drink, fire bowls will not fit into this category.

Next, we can group them by shape, square, round, and rectangular will cover ninety percent of models. Most, if not all models are available as propane fire pit tables as well as natural gas.

Round Fire Pit Tables

Marbleized Noche Beacon Chat Height Gas Fire Pit Table
Marbleized Noche Beacon Chat Height Gas Fire Pit Table

Round Fire Pit Tables are ideal if you are tight for space; they have a smaller footprint than square or rectangular tables. There are no awkward corners, and so it’s easier for friends and family to get around the table.

Square Fire Tables

Square French Barrel Oak Fire Table
French Barrel Oak Fire Pit Table

Square Fire Tables take up a little more space than the round ones; it’s those awkward corners again. However, if you do have a little extra space, then square tables are just as practical, in fact offering a bit more surface area than their round equivalent.

Rectangular Fire Pit Tables

The Sleeper Sound Reactive Fire Pit
Sleeper Fire Pit Table

Rectangular Fire Pit Tables have the largest footprint, and you need to be sure you have enough space for the table and for your guests to move safely around it.

Most of the gas fire pit tables on our website can accommodate a propane tank inside the table structure if required.

Among our varied range, there are few designs that a very contemporary, and even some that are complete entertainment centers with fire pit, sound system, and flames that can dance in time with the music you are playing.

Some models are delivered with ‘out of the box’ functionality, but in some cases, there may be a little assembly required. Most commonly, this involves fitting the top surface of the fire pit table to the structure.

When selecting your table, be sure to check it is fitted with a stainless steel burner for durability. It is also worth checking if the table is supplied with lava rock or fire glass, as that is not always the case.

Overall, fire pit tables offer a little more than functionality than a fire pit, whichever you choose though, you are sure to have many hours of fun and a great store of memories from your evenings around the fire.