Lights, Camera, Action: Nancy’s movie-themed bedroom comes to life

A bedroom designed by a talented year six pupil has been brought to life by Bloor Homes at its new showhome in Kingston Bagpuize.

Nancy Christensen, 11, from John Blandy Primary School, used her love of the silver screen to create a movie-themed bedroom, which won first prize in the developer’s Design a Bedroom competition. 
Her illustrations have now been carefully incorporated into the new showhome at Kingston Park, off Witney Road, where Nancy and her mother Catherine, along with Head Teacher Sarah Thompson, were invited to explore the room for themselves.  

After seeing her design come to life, Nancy said: “The room was amazing, and I especially liked the lights on the ceiling which were just as I imagined. 
“I loved the cushions and the clapperboard on the wall. I’m really pleased I chose this theme as it looks really good.”

Nancy’s movie-inspired room features iconic cinematic props including spotlights, clapperboards and is complete with memorabilia from both the Star Wars and The Avengers franchises.
Luke Southgate, Regional Sales Director for Bloor Southern, said: “Nancy’s imaginative design did a great job of capturing the glitz and glamour of the silver screen and it was a delight to put her scheme in the spotlight. 

“Her new bedroom has already proven to be a popular addition to Kingston Park, with visitors praising its quirky accessories and eye-catching feature wall. 
“It was a pleasure to invite Nancy to the showhome and I’m glad she enjoyed seeing her bedroom come to life. I’d like to thank her, and all the pupils from John Blandy Primary School, for taking part in the competition.

Bloor Homes is building a range of two, three and four-bedroom homes at Kingston Park, where the new showhome is open daily from 10am to 5pm.