Pupil’s woodlands-themed design brought to life at Bloor Homes showhome

A Lowton West Primary School pupil has designed a bedroom for the showhome at the Bloor Homes development in Lowton.

Jana Abutaa, a Year Six pupil, designed a magical woodlands-themed room which won first prize in the competition run by the national housebuilder, for its Bloor Homes at Lowton Heath development. As part of the prize, Jana and her family were invited to see the finished product before the doors were opened to the public. The show home was also visited by the other two runner ups in the competition, Scarlett Hannant and Kelsea Wood. To make it even more special experience for the children, Contracts Manager Gary Leadbetter took them on a journey to explain the Bloor Homes story.

Sarah Ransom, Marketing Manager for Bloor Homes North West, said: “All of the children’s entries had a wonderful range of themes, which made our task extremely difficult when selecting the winner.“What made Jana’s illustration stand out was her attention to detail on the furniture and decorative accessories. “Her fantastic design looks superb in our new showhome and it was great to show Jana and her family the end result. We worked very hard to ensure the bedroom captures Jana’s spellbinding vision, and we hope she was pleased with the outcome.”

Jana’s theme was brought to life by leading design consultancy Interior Motives. Maxine Scott, from Interior Motives, said: “Jana’s design is a winner for several reasons. It has a magical feel, whilst she used the space of the room well and thought about every element of the design from wall decoration to artwork, bedding, lamps and other accessories.”
The showhomes at Bloor Homes at Lowton Heath are now officially open to the public.