Firepit dining table – Many modern fireplaces have a table rim around the edges, or built into decorative tables, serving a dual purpose, allowing people to cook food over the grate and place their service on the edges. Often sold as part of a furniture set, decorative fire pit tables come in many different materials, including slate, tiled mosaic, river rock, bronze and copper, so homeowners to choose one that blends with the surrounding outdoor decor.
Redecorating a common fire pit with mosaic tile transforms the look of your outdoor living area. Installation of mosaic tile is a simple craft project that anyone can do with a few materials and a little instruction. Do not stop your fire pit – install mosaic tile on your outdoor firepit dining table, flower pots and fountains for a colorful and creative way to spruce up your patio and garden decoration.
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Install mosaic tile on an outdoor firepit dining table, clean the fire pit and turn it upside down. Remove any soot or dirt from the outside of the fire pit, so you can start tiling on a clean surface. Spread a small amount of thinset on a portion of the outer rim of the fire pit. Because the fire pit is the head, the rim is now at the base and rest on the surface of your work table. Press mosaic tiles firmly in thinset. Finish tiling your fire pit and let the glue dry. Turn the fire pit again and tiles around the edge. Let the glue dry. Turn the fire pit again and apply grout to the cracks between the mosaic tiles.Remove excess grout with hot water and a sponge before the grout has a chance to dry on the surface of the tiles. Let the grout dry, then flip it and grout rim.