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First of all, take a look at it — it’s incredibly modern and chic. The handmade concrete fire pit can be used inside (just make sure the area is well-ventilated) and uses food-grade chafing fluid for fuel. Simply fill the pit with fluid and light it up! It should burn for 35 to 45 minutes or until you put it out with the included snuffer.
Additionally, the fire pit sits on a pretty wooden base and comes with stainless steel skewers and a glass votive to hold them.
Indoor S’mores Fire Pit, $175
You can score the fire pit by designer Patrick Fitzpatrick on Uncommon Goods for $175. All reviewers give it 5 out of 5 stars.
“This was a great product to help us get back into the s’mores game after moving from a very cold state to a warm one,” wrote another reviewer. “It’s sturdy and small. We use it right in the living room or on the kitchen table. We love it so much!”
You can’t go wrong if you get this Indoor S’mores Fire Pit for future parties, movie nights, family dinners and more.
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