A bedroom belonging to an 8-year-old girl from Glasgow has been named the messiest in the country.
Parents from across the UK have been sharing shocking pictures of their children’s messy bedrooms, with images showing toys and beds in total disarray, and very little carpet space.
Sifting through over 100 messy bedrooms, Happy Beds has crowned Emily, 8, the messiest child of 2021.
After a nationwide search for the UK’s messiest children’s bedroom by bed retailer, Happy Beds , the winner will receive a new children’s bed worth over £400.
WINNER: Emily, 8, from Glasgow likes to play with her animals in what looks like a clothes jungle
Emily’s Dad, Steve, is happy to get the lounge back thanks to the competition.
He said: “My daughter Emily unfortunately treats her room like more of a changing room and spends almost all her time in the family room instead (aren’t we lucky).
“Anytime tidying is enforced it takes no more than a week to revert back to looking like a bomb zone. I’m hoping a new bed inspires positive change and behaviour.”
Although it was fierce competition, there were some other notable runners up:
6-year-old Emma from Poole is far too busy playing with her toys to bother with tidying
The caption on the post just read ‘HELP!’.
Lillie, 10, from London can’t even see her sister through all the mess
7-year-old Neave from Telford has turned her floor into a sea of cuddly toys
Neave didn’t get any pocket money this week.
8-year-old Jasper from Cardiff sleeps soundly in his tip
Zachary, 11, from Hatfield uses his top bunk to store all his toys
Jamie, 10 from London likes to use his scooter to get around the chaos.
He needs more than a few storage boxes to tidy up his mess.
7-year-old Darcy May from Reading has created her own bed made out of blankets and toys
Olivia’s 10 year old daughter lives in Wigan and loves pink everywhere
At least Minnie looks happy to be there.
3 year old Dylan from Suffolk has been so kind to donate his bed to his cuddly toy collection
At least the toys will be getting a good night’s kip.
Lucy Bolland, Marketing Manager at Happy Beds, said: “We all know that getting children to tidy their rooms can be a difficult task and we feel for these parents! It’s important to have a tidy room to help you feel peaceful and sleep well. We hope Emily loves her new bed and that this is an incentive to keep her room tidier in future.”