Designing your own Dream Room
Many of the Henry Adams sales and lettings managers have been out and about visiting local primary schools over the past couple of weeks where they’ve attended school assemblies.
They’ve been setting the children the challenge of designing a dream room - and we can’t wait to see what they dream up.
“We’re looking for inspired room ideas with little touches which would be perfect for their chosen character,” said Dee Tickner, Henry Adams’s community co-ordinator. “So Paddington Bear would probably like an orange tree so he can make his marmalade, maybe a bread maker, and definitely some family photos of his relatives in Peru.”
Football fans might choose a green striped carpet, a bed made of footballs and a shelf for all the trophies of their favourite player. Equally it could be a kitchen for Mary Berry or a bedroom for Sleeping Beauty. There’s plenty of scope to get those young imaginations working overtime.
Younger children have been asked to create a picture designing their own dream room, which could be as imaginative and creative as they wish. We are encouraging older children to try their hand at architecture by designing a floor plan with detailed layouts of their rooms.
And our Henry Adams local office managers will back to revisit the children later this term to judge the entries. Prizes will be awarded to the winners in each year group in each school.
“Secretly I’m hoping to see some inventive royal palace rooms fit for the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” added Dee. “But whoever the children choose to design for, they are always so imaginative and we’re excited to see how their dream rooms take shape this summer.”