A playpen straight from the imagination of one young girl has been brought to life by a hotel.
Novotel London Heathrow, in Cherry Lane, West Drayton, set children from the nearby Cherry Lane Primary School the challenge of coming up with designs for their play room.
Nine-year-old Vidhi Khanna created the winning blueprint, which featured a bright rainbow wall, a hop-scotch floor, and plenty of toys, and her contribution has been acknowledged on a plaque that will be seen by the hotel's guests for years to come.
The Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Allan Kauffman, opened the new room and announced Vidhi as the design winner, whose family have been offered a complimentary overnight stay.
Alison Hope, HR co-ordinator at Novotel London Heathrow, said: "When we were given the task of renovating the play room, we thought who better to come up with some ideas than children.
"There were lots of excellent drawings and choosing a winner was really hard, but Vidhi's was the most colourful and detailed.
"The room had become tired and dull over the years and it needed a revamp. We have already had lots of good feedback from guests."