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20 Beautiful Coastal Style Outdoor Design Ideas With A Fire Pit

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Bring the look of coastal style into your outdoor living space to create a relaxed beach-chic vibe that is perfect for lounging and entertaining. You don’t have to live on the coast to infuse beach elements into your backyard spaces. This can be as simple as selecting the right materials, furnishings and even plants to create a coastal environment from the comforts of your backyard.

To create a beachy look in your outdoor living space, try decomposed granite for your ground covering. It is a great material for casual patios and pathways because there is no organic matter in it, so even if it gets wet, it can’t become mud. Have a look below for some fabulous inspiration on how to transform your backyard into a coastal style getaway.

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1. A 40″ copper fire bowl overlooks the San Elijo lagoon in Cardiff by the Sea, California. The fire bowl is from Frontgate. The base is a poured in place concrete pedestal. The chairs and side table are teak and have been left to age naturally into a soft silver color. On the ground, 3/8″ ‘Mojave’ pea gravel. (via Debora Carl Landscape Design)

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2. Succulents, grasses and low-water shrubs with vivid foliage give this coastal garden a rich, textured look with minimal maintenance. A decomposed granite patio measures 16 by 16 feet. Colorful throw pillows add a beach-chic look to the teak furnishings set around a smoke-free fire pit. The patio furniture is sourced from Teak Warehouse in Manhattan Beach. (June Scott Design)

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3. Create a simple backyard oasis with crushed gravel surrounded by a rock border and a few boulders. Add a beach vibe with colorful outdoor furnishings. The chairs encircling the fire pit are the Safavieh Mopani Outdoor Chair in Teal. (via C. Johnson Landscape Design Group)

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4. A Southern California beach cottage features this relaxed outdoor living space. The custom fire pit is poured in place colored concrete with cast glass chips burnished into the top. This type of glass is readily available at most decorative fireplace stores / providers. The outdoor sofa is Restoration Hardware Majorca in Brown. The flooring is colored concrete with blue glass pebbles sprinkled over the top and smoothed in. (via Anders Lasater Architects)

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5. A cottage in Portland, Maine features a block granite fire pit surround, perfect for entertaining. Adirondack chairs encircle the fire pit, providing a relaxing area to enjoy gorgeous waterfront views. (via Wright-Ryan Homes)

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6. This beach style patio features a tree canopy of ornamental pear (Callery ‘Bradford’ Pear). The bench is a custom “L” shape bench. The bench is 8′-6″ x 8′-6″ with a seat depth of 30″. The square fire feature is 4′ x 4′. The bench is a simple block construction with a brick veneer. (via Molly Wood Garden Design)

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7. A comfortable seating arrangement is set around a fire pit with fire balls. The plants along the wall add privacy to this outdoor space. String lights offer a magical ambiance in the evening. (via Anne Michaelsen Design)

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8. The upstairs deck of this beautiful beachfront home features a fire bowl that perfectly complements the deck and its coastal surroundings. The siding is by Allura and the color is Pacific Blue. The wicker chairs are from Frontgate. Manufactured by Eldorado Stone, the fire pit is natural gas. (via Flagg Coastal Homes)

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9. A stone fire pit on a deck with an integrated hot tub overlooks the Pacific Ocean. (via Tim Clarke Design)

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10. The fire pit is cast in place concrete. The curved wall is poured-in-place concrete with honey quartz ledgestone as a veneer. The wall cap is poured-in-place concrete. The grasses in the background are Miscanthus sinensis. On the ground is decomposed granite called California Gold, unstabilized, from Southwest Boulder and Stone. TIP: If you want concrete with a sandy look, try a buff colored concrete like Davis colors Mesa Buff and apply an acid finish to it. The product Top Cast gives a very even finish and a beachy-sandy look. (via Sage Outdoor Designs)

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11. This inviting beach style outdoor living space features a naturalist hot tub surrounded by Oklahoma flagstone. The Western Red Cedar hot tub is from Gordon and Grant in Santa Barbara, CA. The ground cover between the flagstone is Dymondia margaretae. A stone fire pit has Adirondack chairs and flat rocks (Santa Barbara Sandstone) for casual seating. Gravel: 3/8″ California Gold, from Santa Barbara Stone. (via Grace Design Associates)

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12. This beachy backyard paradise is in Carpinteria, California. The homeowners had 5 truckloads of sand added to increase the sand level 16-18 inches to maximize their views of the beach. A gathering area includes a custom built flagstone bench along with several flagstone slabs for the fire pit. Contemporary furnishings are placed around the fire pit. The furniture is custom fabricated by Wells Concrete Works using Ipe wood, pre-cast concrete, embed sea glass, aggregate and fossil shells. It needed to be heavy enough to stay put. (via Grace Design Associates)

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13. Driftwood and a salvaged bench are used for casual seating in this beachfront property. A copper fire pit sourced from Frontgate is used to enjoy relaxed bonfires on the Puget Sound. (via Kimberley Bryan)

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14. This dreamy coastal style living space is located in the Los Osos Back Bay, in San Luis Obispo County, California. The fire pit stone is Oklahoma Sweetwater, mortared to look like dry stacked. The patio is Sonoran Gold Flagstone. (via Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture)

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15. The mix of water and fire in this coastal style outdoor living area is enchanting. Overlooking Boston’s North Shore in Massachusetts the wonderful space features a fire pit and casual seating. The custom fire pit was built on site. The material is granite, as is the stone wall and cap. (via SV Design)

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16. This coastal style outdoor oasis features a stacked stone fire pit and casual seating. It doesn’t get much better than adding s’mores to your backyard festivities at the end of a summer day! (via Designs by Marshall)

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17. A sunken fire pit area is perfect for entertaining in this beachfront house on Aspendale beach, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The seat base is made of Insitu concrete, then clad with cor-ten steel and timber. On the ground are Tuscan pebbles 20mm. (via Bayon Gardens)

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18. A cozy fire pit terrace surrounded by lush gardens in Seattle, Washington. The fire pit is custom, you can see similar ones at Woodland Direct. The gravel is a 3/8’s minus round for walkways / patio.

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19. A converted garage into an entertaining space is surrounded by a backyard garden oasis in Los Angeles. This outdoor area offers a relaxed beach vibe with a rustic fire pit, wooden Adirondack chairs and gravel. String lights add ambiance to this outdoor retreat. (via Andrew Heiser)

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20. Native grasses and succulents dot the garden, while olive trees provide shade for this backyard oasis overlooking the Pacific Ocean. A campfire circle is fueled by propane, while lanterns in the trees help to invite evening entertainment in the great outdoors. (via Grace Design Associates)

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