What is Fire Glass? These shimmery little pieces of glass are specially tempered to withstand harsh elements and extremely high temperatures. They come in all sorts of colors and textures also, making them an excellent outdoor or indoor home product.
The most popular way to use Fire Glass is to add it to a gas powered fire pit or fireplace. But, you can actually use this versatile product for numerous exterior or interior house projects. The key is to let your creativity flow!
Here are some of our favorite ways to use Fire Glass for home and garden decorating.
Fire Glass is perfect to layer on the “floor” of a fish aquarium. You can choose from tons of different colors to coordinate with other aquarium decor, such as plants and mini sculptures. If you don’t like bright, shiny colors, there are natural stone products too. Since Fire Glass is tempered, it lasts a long time without changing shape or losing vibrancy.
On shelves & furniture
These beautiful glass pieces look like jewels from a treasure chest, making it a delight to look at all on its own. You can add a touch of color and shine to your indoor decor by placing your favorite glass pieces on top of desks, counter tops, shelves or tables.
Pottery & containers
Outside, you might have some empty pottery standing around. Why not brighten them up by filling them with Fire Glass? This adds a unique decorative element to your backyard, as well as a punch of color to coordinate with your patio furniture, cushions and rugs.
Plant lovers can jazz up container plants by adding a Fire Glass piece or two for decoration. It looks colorful and lovely, changing up the texture and resembling a gemstone sparkling in the sunlight under green plant leaves. It will definitely catch eyes when you have visitors over!