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Paving's gone crazy: Creative alternatives to paving in front gardens

Bin storage ( but how do you use the bins without having to wheel them out each time you use them?)

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A sandpit is a great way to get children to play outside on warm summer days, allowing them to dig, sift and build. Encouraging the kids to play and interact with sand can unleash a world of imagination, while keeping them amused for hours - it’s also very easy to build and can be done in an afternoon. With some sleepers, sand and basic tools from Wickes, plus this helpful step-by-step guide, you can create a fun back garden space for your little ones. Now all you need is a bucket and spade!

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from Pretty Architecture

Pretty Architecture -Garden studio Dutch office Serge Schoemaker... -

Bussum Garden Studio was designed by Serge Schoemaker Architects as a home office for a Dutch family with two children, which also includes storage for bikes and garden tools and can double as a guest room.

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The U-CAN, inspired by the elephant’s super-functional trunk, features an extended tactile spout and built-in wheels on either side of its reservoir that make it easy to pull from gardening area to gardening area.

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Seed Wheel Concept - seed wheel has perforated lines to allow for multiple planting, no need for gardening tools

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This is great for mark making and lovely outdoor play on a hot day! So simple, no clean up! Fill up a trug with water, add mops, brushes, brooms, sponges, spray bottles. Sit back while your children play. Dipping their tools in and making marks all over the garden/pavement/shed. :)

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