Whether eating, relaxing or playing, the garden is our oasis of well-being and we spend a lot of time here. Today we would like to introduce you to garden design ideas.
Depending on the size of the garden, the age of the child and the budget available, there are many ways to design a garden for children. With so many offers, it's hard to decide. So here you'll find some suggestions and ideas for garden play corners, as well as summer garden essentials to keep the kids entertained.
For homes around the corner without a beach or playground, a sandbox in the garden is a worthwhile investment. Even children who are just learning to sit love to dig in the sand. In the sandbox, you can build castles, baking sand cakes and splash water. Nursery and kindergarten-aged children in particular spend a lot of time in the sandpit. If the sandbox offers added value, older kids will also be interested in it.
The sandbox is shaped like a house with a roof. In the rear area, it has a chalkboard, car track, sand funnel and wheels, and a car track for trucks around the perimeter of the sandbox works well as seating. The sandbox comes with a fabric backing that is placed under the box for easier sand storage and drainage.
2. Hammock or Swing
A hammock or swing is a great idea for those who have old and large trees in the garden. Shaking in the blue sky or counting fluffy clouds in a hammock: it's not just a children's dream. Of course, you can also set up a swing or a hammock with a stand.
Children love to move. If you have enough space in the garden, you can set up a bouncy castle in the garden. In addition to the classic castle, there are also large and small castles with slides, trampolines, slides, swimming pools, and rock climbing.
The climb comes with 2 types (one double line, one single line) and some extra parts, mixed and matched at the end for the best fit and movement etc. Can be hung high so they can have a challenge. With such an upper and lower slack line, kids can practice more and have more fun. As the kids get older and don't want to "rock" that much...then build a place for the kids to hang out and crawl around. - Also use the net in the double slack line to create more hammocks, great fun for kids to use all their energy and just relax.