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Solo Stove Color Fire Pits: Hues To Suit You

Sep 27, 2022
By Carolyn Owen

Solo Stove Fire Pits are built for the backyard and beyond. Between burning ultra-hot smokeless fires, an easy-to-use removable ash pan, and the highest standard of portability, our fire pits have become a staple in making fireside moments memorable for years. Today, the world’s favorite fire pit gets a pop of personality– inspired by you.

Your backyard should be an extension of your space inside and make you feel just as at home as your living room does. What does home feel like? Safe. Warm. Yours– your style, your hand-picked decor, and your favorite color scheme.

What does your favorite color mean to you? Does your favorite memory ring a bell? It might be the way you show team spirit. Maybe it’s the most prominent color in your closet– allowing others to see you the way you see yourself. For many, color is a key identifier of the things that are important to them.

Add some color to your backyard with the fire pit that does it all, and see your good moments through hues to suit you. Read on to learn more about the inspiration behind this season’s fire pits.

Water

Take a deep breath, and let your worries be washed away. Water always finds a way, and today, its destination is tranquility. Water’s deep blue, hazy tone is a perfect addition to any backyard with a pool, fountains, or other water elements that make your space a peaceful retreat.

Ash

Ash’s modern aesthetic is the prime addition to an industrial setting. Ash’s timeless tone is for the fire pit lover with mid-century modern sensibilities. Minimalists with toned-down tastes can use ash as an ultra-chic way to add comfort to a contemporary space.

Mulberry

The showstopper. The center of attention. The essence of the evening. Mulberry’s bold shade inspires excitement and evokes standout moments. Concrete jungle dwellers will love it as a great way to add some spice to a rooftop patio.

Deep Olive

Do you practically live in your garden? Deep Olive is the quintessential addition to a down-to-earth backyard. Complimenting lush gardens, whimsical fairy lights, and rich green grass, let Deep Olive guide the countryside backyard vision of your dreams.

Care and Maintenance

Each fire pit is covered in a high-heat ceramic coating. Ceramic coating is ideal for withstanding much higher temperatures than high-heat paint or powder coating. This formula was chosen after our team took years to find a coating that would withstand high heat and hold up to wear and tear. These fire pits will not have a visible patina, as seen on our stainless steel fire pits.

Any discoloration that may occur will be due to ash and soot exiting the fire pit as it burns, and will be visible at the top of the fire pit and on the flame ring. While we recommend using Bar Keeper’s Friend on our stainless steel fire pits, this is too abrasive to use on the ceramic coating. Dirt, residue, and debris can be cleaned off using warm soapy water applied to a clean, lint-free towel. Never spray any cleaning solutions directly on your fire pit. Dampen the towel first, then clean your fire pit. Dry well after cleaning.

Rain and snow will not affect the outer ceramic-coated walls of your fire pit. However, it is important to keep the inside of your fire pit protected from the weather as you usually would. If you plan on storing your fire pit outdoors, we recommend covering your fire pit when it’s not in use. Moisture can damage the grate and ash pan inside your fire pit. Use a Lid, Shelter, or Station to keep moisture from entering your fire pit. 

Lid is a good temporary protective solution and is best used overnight or for a couple of days. Shelter’s tough construction was modeled after whitewater rafts and will hold up to rain or snow for as long as it is outside. Station is the ultimate storage solution for your fire pit and accessories, and the best option for permanent storage.

Start your night off the right way