Classic Sienna 1" Profile
The Frame it All composite boards are made with a hollow profile. This design choice was made to trap air, thus acting as a layer of insulation for the soil in your raised garden bed. The brackets and boards connect without the use of any tools. Just use snap-lock plugs to lock them in place. If you’re installing your raised garden bed directly into the ground the only tool you will need is a hammer to drive in the stakes. Our anchor joint packs include anchor stakes which are only meant to be installed into the ground level of your garden bed or landscape edging. Our stacking joint packs include stacking stakes which can also be used for the ground level of a build but can also stack into other stakes allowing you to increase the height of your design. For cross board installation, you will need our 3-way/4-way brackets. Each pack stacking or anchor joints will have enough hardware to connect 2 boards and each 4-way bracket pack will have enough hardware to install 1 cross board.
If you’re looking to find parts for a landscape edging, playground border, raised garden bed, sandbox, or water garden then you’re in the right place. The Frame it All modular board and bracket system uses the same boards for all these applications.
Design it all
It can be difficult to know exactly what parts to purchase when making your own design from scratch. To make it easier, we’ve introduced Design it All, our 3D design tool. With this tool you can customize your own garden bed, edging, or water garden by stacking and connecting boards in the 3D designer. While you build you can check the part list in the top right of the tool. Once you’ve finished your design you can also send the part list directly to checkout so you can be confident with what you’re ordering.
Here’s a note from Anthony on why he designed this product:
“I wanted a one-inch product as a lower priced option for our customers, but it had to deliver the quality and longevity I expected. I came up with the concave/convex profile of the boards so that the boards (when stacked) would interlock and not be susceptible to bowing or shifting over time.” - Anthony