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AK47’s website is full of sexy (yes, sexy in the best Italian sort of way) wood storage sculptures. You have to click through to see what I mean.
But now they have added this awesome combo fire pit and wood storage to their collection. So cool.
Found over at Urban Garden Deco Guide.
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wow rochelle- this is a terrific design and is it cor-ten steel?! Love it.
thanks for the great link
followed my nose and found these flexible outdoor screens/room dividers/walls
Burning wood is an environmental travesty and so 19th century technology.
Join the 21st century and use clean burning fuel that do not pollute the air and send
thousands of people a year into the hospital with asthma and other respiratory complications.
The American Lung Association will applaud you.
The EPA will thank you.
The Burning Issues advocacy group will thank you
And your local Spare the Air group will thank you.
So will thousands who choke to death from the fallout of particulate matter that clogs their lungs from the toxins and pollution from wood smoke.
i just posted the diy (kind of) fire pit my husband and i put in our backyard in laguna beach. it’s gas. as much as we love wood fires, they pollute like crazy and cause fires from the sparks (we live near an open space tinderbox.) anyway, this is totally cool!! (www.lagunadirt.blogspot.com.)
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