A WORCESTER pupil is celebrating after winning a competition where she had to design a bedroom.

Nina Wilson, a pupil at Pitmaston Primary School in Worcester, visited Bloor Homes’ new housing development, The Grove at Worcester, for the official unveiling of the winning bedroom she designed.

Nina, aged 9 said: “It was really exciting to visit the showhome and see how my bedroom looks. I love it and wish it was my own bedroom back at home.”

Nina’s winning design was inspired by The Hive, which resembles a beehive with its distinctive golden honeycomb cladding.

Nina’s design brought together her love of books and bees to create a very cosy and unique bedroom.

Sally Holt, from Bloor Homes Western, said: “We absolutely loved Nina’s design; the connection to The Hive library, which is a real landmark in the city, is outstanding.”

Nina’s design has been brought to life by Bloor Homes’ interior design partners, Claude Hooper and can be seen in The Brooke showhome at The Grove at Worcester.

A yellow and hessian colour scheme provides the backdrop, with beautiful bees hand-painted on the walls. A custom-made headboard and bedside table feature open hardback books and are a subtle nod to the library.

Soft furnishings and accessories, including bumblebee print cushions, hexagonal wooden shelving arranged in the shape of a honeycomb and a hive-shaped lamp add the finishing touches to the room and create a warm and inviting space.