What is better than cozying up to a Fall fire pit with a slight chill in the air on a clear night?
When weather is a hit or miss, (like today we are enjoying fluffy white snowfall south of Seattle and had a warm and DRY Halloween – what?!) we suggest soaking up any clear afternoon you can get next to a Fall fire pit.
Have family and friends over and take football halftime outside. Grab your favorite hot beverage, strike a match and make some memories around the fire.
There are so many warm throws you can buy now (’tis the season) to toss in a basket and bring outside for all your guests to use on their laps.
After an afternoon laughing along with the crackling fire, we hope you grab a Classic Accessories Fire Pit Cover to protect whatever Mother Nature is serving up next time.
We are offering 30% off all Fire Pit Covers and Firewood Accessories now through the end of November with discount code: FallFirePit at checkout.
Here’s to the weekend!
For immediate release:
Kent, WA; November 5, 2015 – Classic Accessories is excited to announce that they have been awarded a patent on the buckle system found on their Ravenna Patio Furniture Cover Collection. Charlie D’Amato, Classic Accessories’ Product Development and Design Manager, states, “Our patented buckle system is designed to enhance a tailored, custom like fit around 4 legs with a lateral connection belted bottom that is fully adjustable. This addition tidies up any extra fabric which lends to a clean and crisp look.”
All legs, front and back, are taken into consideration in the buckle system with easy glide straps making it easier than ever to make small adjustments to the neutral yet stylish design that will fit perfectly into any outdoor space with over 40 sizes to choose from.
The US Patent states, “Prior designs can be unsightly and difficult to remove. Accordingly, there is a need for an improved furniture cover that maintains positive aesthetics while increasing the ease and usability of the cover, allowing it to securely connect to the furniture and ensuring the cover will remain in position in all kinds of environments and conditions.”
The Ravenna Patio Furniture Cover Collection by Classic Accessories combines a striking tailored style with durability, fade resistance and convenient features. The Ravenna Collection adds style to your patio and will protect your outdoor furniture for years. Available at major home accessories retailers, the Ravenna Collection is a new approach to furniture cover design blending a distinctive look with exceptional durability.
We have launched our 3rd Quarter Member’s Choice Giveaway through our Loyalty Program and this quarter is all about HEAT! We are giving away your choice of a $700 Gas card, a stand-up patio heater or a fire-pit table. One lucky winner will be chosen September 30th. Our Loyalty Program is FREE and full of perks, sign up here today.
We also wanted to share these AWESOME fire pits from Wilke’s Pits out of Conroe, TX from one of our favorite customers, Dave who let us know:
Bought an out door firepit/bbq pit from wilkespits.com and Brian Wilke believed in your product so much that he insisted that I have one to protect my new investment….. he believed in your product so much that Brian actually gave it to me free of charge. For an artist like Brian to GIVE one of your custom covers away… to me, that speaks volumes! He views his fire pits as a work of art AND THEY ARE!!!
Thank you Dave for sharing your new fire-pit with us and letting us know what a great company Wilke’s Pits are. Works of art is right! Enjoy your fire-pit cover.
We are excited to launch a few new items to our Ravenna and Veranda Collections of Outdoor Patio Furniture Covers. Our Fire Pit Table Covers are one of the newest items we have available. Check out how to add fire elements to your outdoor space:
“This can be anything from a fire pit, a shady tree, fountain or sculpture, a favorite piece of artwork; whatever your favorite part of your backyard, arrange seating to attract attention & make a welcoming hangout spot. “
from Thomas Kay of Outdoor Elegance and 24 others ideas here.
Source: outdoorelegance.com with Thomas Kay
Increasingly becoming the number one design feature for backyards, fire pits are perfect for finding more time outdoors with family & friends. There’s nothing more relaxing than sitting out on a cool evening, hanging out next to a roaring fire.
Fire pits come in many sizes, shapes and designs and can even specialize in specific types of fuel.
We found this great resource from HGTV that lets you know which one would work best for your outdoor space.
Once you’ve learned all you can handle about fire pits and have made a choice, consider prolonging the life of your fire pit with a fire pit cover by Classic Accessories.
Uncover more time outdoors this Spring with a cover from Classic Accessories.
Visit our friends at Amazon and Walmart who are hosting our Keep it Clean For Spring Event on right now through April 30th!
1. DIY Burning Bowl – EvansvilleLiving.comSkill level: Beginner
This is a great addition for a smaller yard, patio or balcony. You’ll use a plastic bowl as the a mold, so you can pick the size and depth of your new fire pit. The shopping list is short, and you probably have a few items on hand already – like Pam cooking spray (so the concrete doesn’t stick), and a plastic tub for mixing concrete. Depending on the size you go with, this firepit is easy to move around and enjoy wherever you like in your outdoor space.
Skill level: Advanced
This is a detailed tutorial for a pretty cool built-in pit. More complicated than some DIYs – but they do a great job with visuals and detailed explanations. All of the steps are accompanied with photos and clear explanations. We think it’s worth it.
3. Fire Pit from a Washing Machine Drum – curbly.com
Skill level: Advanced + Thrifty
This fire pit looks modern and sleek – yet the main part is a drum gutted from an old washing machine. If you don’t happen to have an old automatic front-loading machine lying around you’ll need to scout out a junk yard, garage sale or thrift store to score the drum.
Let us know in the comments if you’ve made a fire pit before or plan to try one this year.