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Grant Davis Thompson, INC.
1 Review
Play House
Good way to let kids play in the sandbox, with kitty's using as a litter box and the other side of the glass to hold iced down drinks.
Wow and indoor sandbox in your backyard. What
Inside, a sliding lid reveals a sandbox that's perfect for the couple's
Inside, a sliding lid reveals a sandbox that's perfect for the couple's toddler. The little landing just outside the front door doubles as extra seating.
salvaged lighting, built-in benches and even a sandbox.Learn more about this playhouse
“Sand box” — dcmcnamara
Falling Waters Landscape
9 Reviews
Can you please supply details for building this sandbox. Absolutely in love with it. Thank you.
danygrl10, This Sandbox is poured in place concrete 4" thick about 18" deep with no bottom. We added plenty of drainage and a layer of 3/4" rock about 5" deep. The sand is
available at box stores like Home Depot or as "Playground" sand at supply yards. I would suggest incorporating a cover and using hardy plants around your sandbox.
Sandbox would be fun. I bet Charlie would like it
Nestling a sandbox within a planting
Sand-loving plants around the sandbox -- genius!
9. Build a sandpitBuilding a sandpit is a relatively easy job. A little excavation and four railway sleepers cut to size are the main requirements. Use washed sand to fill the pit and seriously consider a tight-fitting cover or a large tarp to keep out rain, cats and
“Like the sandbox” — kaystanfield
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Put a sandbox somewhere? Maybe a removable one...
great alternative to sandbox
sandbox under trampoline
The concrete base of a massive 5,000-gallon water tank was reused to create this sandbox. Dye added a special area with stones and running water to inspire sandcastle building.
Landscape Architecture & Build
sandbox idea...Sandbox play area...Sandbox para Miguel...sandbox & spigot...round sandbox...Cool modern sandbox
“Nice” — dupsytrader
Cording Landscape Design
14 Reviews
Alan & Linda Detrick Photography Irregular bluestone walkway. Natural boulders used to create sandbox - can easily be transformed into a rock garden when the children are grown.
The natural look of the sandbox!!
No sandbox just sand feature.
build sandpit...Jamie's sandbox...Natural sandbox...sandbox in garden...Kids sandbox...Integrated sandbox...Slabs on sandbox...Lavish Sandbox
“Sand pit” — kc4444k
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Outdoor Living - Symmes
don't need a sandbox but simple to build this for sun and part shade
cool idea for kids sand box, build it into the deck
Creative thinking can produce some cleverly devised spaces. A family with kids may want to incorporate less seating but plenty of shade — and even a sandbox — to make the most of their private outdoor getaway.More: 20 Sublime Outdoor Havens
“Stain color / sandbox” — skippington
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Outdoor Living - Symmes
Sandbox built in deck, then possibly turn into something
sandbox in covered porch. genius!
Everything but the Sandbox
Built in sandbox...?
Sandbox in the deck?
Sandbox in sitting area
sandbox in ground...Sandbox on Patio...Built-in sandbox...Neat sandbox...the sandbox
“put a water feature where the sandbox is” — tangerinecricket
Globus Builder
8 Reviews
Globus Builder
great idea to add a roof to sandbox
This open-air playhouse with a gable roof and a sand floor is a treat for younger kids who love building structures with pails and buckets or simply feel tickled by the sand between their toes. The shade ensures that everyone can play for an extra hour
areas equal more fun, less waste. Community features such as a common playground or swimming pool reduce the energy and resources it would take to build and maintain these amenities in individual homes, while also providing an opportunity to get together with neighbors.
“Sandbox” — sonalionline
Modern Exterior
kid's / playground sandbox w/cover
like cover for sandbox to keep things clean
With the wooden cover on, this sandbox looks like a decorative detail. But the cover's role goes beyond beauty — it also protects the sand from cats or other animals who might treat it as a litter box, and shields it from fall leaves and spring rains.
“Sandbox” — michellekrogstad
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