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Falling Waters Landscape
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.
Sand-loving plants around the sandbox -- genius!
Like the hidden sandbox...would need a cover though
2. Camouflage the sandbox. Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the butterflies and birds they attract
great idea to add a roof to sandbox
Sandbox next to patio slab
Sandbox under pergola
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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.
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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Like the sandbox placed in the landscaping
Every kid loves a sandbox. This one is made better by the addition of a small adjacent seating area - parents have easy access to playing kids, but when the sandbox isn't in use, it's not a focal point.
elements you can add to the landscape. Sandboxes, outdoor chalkboards and a swing are all nice, inexpensive ideas.
Cording Landscape Design
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!!
LOVE THE SANDBOX IDEA--BUGS?
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Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
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.
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Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
London Courtyard Garden
using that spot. And just like with a sandbox, you’ll probably need a cover to keep cats out.
wood patio, sandbox of kaya digging
sandbox with fold down decking lid
You can also create a designated digging spot with sand or gravel. Think of it as the equivalent of a kids' sandbox. Bury some
designated digging spot with sand or gravel. Think of it as the equivalent of a kids' sandbox. Bury some treats or toys to encourage your dog to dig there and offer praise for using that spot. And just like with a sandbox, you’ll probably need a cover to keep cats out.
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Outdoor Living - Symmes
Does the sandbox have a cover?
I thought of something like this in the past with a potential cover of sandbox for more use and when kids get older.
sandbox idea to incorporate & could have a cover
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