Consider a patio chair.
The first suggestion of the day is a set of two chairsthat have a cottage-style appeal to them. They are available in multiple color options, including blue, black, red, white, and even a weathered wood option. Both of the chairs are made with plastic resin and feature quality metal hardware pieces. The construction makes the chairs weather-resistant and easy to clean (by wiping them using a damp cloth and mild soap). They can support 250 pounds in weight each and measure 34.65” H x 29.53” W x 34.25” D. The chairs are both foldable and measure 45.67″ L x 29.92 W” x 10.04″ H when in a compact state.
Another way to accommodate large or small parties is with an outdoor sofa and chairs. Be careful, though, long sofas and outdoor daybeds don’t always go with round fire pits – too cold! If you are going to use your existing lawn furniture, consider the shape of the fire pit that will keep everyone toasty.
When considering your options, be sure to pay attention to the materials because, depending on where you live, the fabric (or lack thereof) could make or break your decision. For instance, if you live in a city that experiences little rain, go for a chair covered in a luscious fabric. Otherwise, opt for one made of wood or coated metal, which can handle quite a bit of weather-induced wear and tear.
Consider a fire pit chair.
Maybe you’d prefer a chair for fire pits that you can take with you for a campsite bonfire. This option from REI is a great pick. It sits low to the ground, for great comfort around the fire. It folds and has an easy shoulder strap for carrying. The padded chair for fire pits can support up to 250 pounds, but it only weighs 8 pounds. Plus, the chair seat is made using recycled polyester, making for a chair that’s light on your back and the planet.
Sometimes the simplest answer is best. A set of wood furniture might be all you need to make your fire pit area an inviting gathering spot. This example from @the_pettyproject proves that a love seat and a couple of chairs provide plenty of seating around the fire. Here’s an affordable set if you want to create the same look. For extra coziness, add a few soft throw pillows.
LUE BONA put together a package of four poly Adirondack chairs that makes setting up seating around your fire pit easy. These chairs fold up so you can store them easily or move them if you desire. They also have swing-out hidden cup holders that you can install to whichever arm rest your prefer