For many, nothing says "cozy" or "home" like a real wood-burning fireplace. But for many city dwellers, the closest they can come to such an amenity is a gas fireplace with gas logs. Gas logs are not actually made of wood but consist of ceramic. Homeowners use them when they have a gas fireplace, as such logs help them to create the look and atmosphere of a real fireplace. How you arrange them is key as their positioning needs to not impede or block the flow of gas; furthermore, proper positioning better simulates the look of a real fire.
Select four medium-sized gas logs and arrange them in your fireplace in a perfect square formation. The ends of each log should touch the surrounding logs. Depending on the shape of your fireplace, the logs will either make a rectangle or square.
Arrange the remaining logs in a tee-pee shape inside of the square or rectangle. The tee-pee should be sturdy but not look overly arranged or perfect.
Check the position of all the logs. None of them should be obstructing the flow of gas. Adjust if necessary.