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Kids’ dream bedrooms drawn up from their imagination are made into reality by interior designers


A GROUP of children have had their dreams turned into reality after a team of design experts recreated their perfect bedrooms.

Home services site, Angie’s List, asked children around the world to draw their ideal bedroom – and then surprised them by recreating a magical real-life version.

Five-year-old Inaya's room features a cute pink slide
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Five-year-old Inaya’s room features a cute pink slide[/caption]

Using their imagination, the children – aged between 5 and 10 – were allowed to draw whatever they wanted in their personalised rooms, before the team of designers brought their ideas to life.

From Spain to the Philippines, England and Pakistan, each room was recreated in a warehouse where the children could play.

Understandably, the rooms couldn’t become their actual bedrooms, but they still had a magical time in their dream room.

From slides to a colourful jigsaw wall and a five-tier bunk bed, these look seriously epic.

One little girl’s room even had fluffy white clouds while others had huge leafy trees and chic white sofas.

Which room is your favourite?

Inaya, 5, Pakistan

The original drawing was created by the five-year-old from her imagination
Inaya loves puzzles and wanted the walls to be made from jigsaw pieces
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Martin, 6, Spain

Martin's drawing was very creative
Martin’s drawing was very creative
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This five-tier bunk is probably the coolest bed we've ever seen
This five-tier bunk – designed for friends to stay over – is probably the coolest bed we’ve ever seen
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Gala, 6, Argentina

Gala's features a tree and lots of birds
Gala’s features a tree and lots of birds
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The final design is every girl's dream room
Gala explained the parrot is free to fly in and out of the window at any time
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Elias, 7, Greece

Elias from Greece went for an outdoor theme
Elias from Greece, who loves squirrels, went for an outdoor theme
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This nature-inspired room features an actual pond
This nature-inspired room features an actual pond and a shiny new computer
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Viola, 9, Ukraine

We're impressed with Viola's drawing skills
Viola wanted a room that would come alive, with features she could interact with
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The rainbow room features clouds, sunflowers and toy animals
The rainbow room features clouds, sunflowers and toy animals
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Harry, 10, England

Harry's game-inspired bedroom even has labels
Harry’s game-inspired bedroom even has labels
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With a hot wheels track that circles the room, Harry's bed is accessed by a ladder and a slide
With a hot wheels track that circles the room, Harry’s bed is accessed by a ladder and a slide
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Briana, 10, Philippines

Briana loves sleepovers, so her bed was designed to be big enough for three, with extra space on the sofa
Briana loves sleepovers, so her bed was designed to be big enough for three, with extra space on the sofa
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Under the bed is an office,, where she can do her school work
Under the bed is an office, where she can do her school work
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