A child's bedroom with love hearts and purple theme

Does your little one love to pretend their bedroom is a Star Wars battleship? Or is it more often Princess Elsa’s beautiful ice palace from Frozen instead? Well, with George’s fantastic kids furniture and accessories range, you could make their fantasy a reality.

This summer, were asking some the UKs best interior bloggers as well as some of favourite parenting bloggers to plan the room of their children’s dreams using only George bedroom products worth up to a maximum of £400.

We’re challenging each blogger to create either a mood board, a Pinterest board or even a good old paper and glue collage inspired by our kids bedroom range, which includes incredible furniture, beds and bedroom accessories, such as bedding, blankets and beanbags.

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Each blogger will of course enlist the ideas and imagination of their own little ones, who will be ecstatic to see that our kids homewares range features Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, Frozen, Peppa Pig, Spiderman, and Batman, to name just a few, branded products too.

If you’re excited to see just how each blogger gets on with our children’s bedroom challenge, keep your eyes peeled on Twitter and Pinterest for posts using #GeorgeousRoomChallenge. If you’re a blogger yourself and want to take part, simply post your mood board or design on your blog and share it on the social channels above using the hashtag too.

We’ll also be posting the winning mood board on our Life and Style blog along with some kids bedroom design inspiration of our own. Stay tuned!

Update – this competition has ended. A massive thank you to all of the bloggers who took part in our in kids bedroom makeover challenge – there really were some amazing submissions!

After many hour of deliberation, we decided that the winning entry is Hollybobb’s Star Wars-themed bedroom. Her son Jack absolutely stormed it with his out-of-this-world Darth Vader design. Great work Jack!

Look for details on how you can recreate the winning idea in your own child’s bedroom coming very soon.