A YOUNG competition winner has seen her interior design idea brought to life at a show home bedroom.

Nancy Christensen, 11, dreamt up film-themed decorations for a room at a new housing estate in Kingston Bagpuize.

Developer Bloor Homes challenged children to draw a design and named Nancy as the winner.

The youngster was in Year 6 at John Blandy Primary School when the competition was set, and got to view her real-life vision at the Kingston Park home during the summer holidays.

The room included a clapperboard-style feature wall, memorabilia from the Star Wars and The Avengers franchises, and film set-esque spotlights.

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."

The pupil visited the show home, located off Witney Road, with her mother Catherine and the primary school's headteacher Sarah Thompson.

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."

He added: "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."

The 280-home estate was given planning approval in 2016, despite residents' concerns about infrastructure, and building started last year.

Bloor has agreed to provide almost £4m to local projects as part of the deal, including some money to expand the primary school.