June 7th 2016 – the launching date of the new Big Brother season in the UK brought a lot of new sensational details. Whether you approve of it or not, the fact is that this attention-grabbing show makes thousands of people sit in front of their screens with their mouth wide open. All that while following the hectic lives of the housemates and – for the first time in BB history – The Other.
Big Brother’s Attention Grabbing Interiors
Conspiracy that the game brings is not the only thing that makes this season breathtaking. Its unique and amazing interior grabbed attention of the public even before the show actually started. This year’s been a real hunt – an action full of thrills for interior designers ready to produce the extravagant pieces of furniture that would suit the Big Brother one-of-a-kind lifestyle. Neon lights, flashes of hot pink and yellow combined with the 70s themed bedrooms – this year’s winner, Zespoke, made an atmosphere that’s without saying funky, retro and glamorous.
Backyard with a Jacuzzi – Extravagant!
Let’s check out some of the features of the main house. There’s the newly overhauled backyard with a Jacuzzi, a hot tub and stylish lounge areas. It’s, by all means, the most enjoyable area at the moment.
You’ve surely noticed the glamorous marble in the bathroom that looks incredibly luxurious.
Living Room and Dramatic Furniture
The psychedelic living-room contains the furniture that adds dramatic effects to the whole atmosphere. Bright yellow sofas, lots of zig-zags, curved side tables, console tables and hoop coffee tables, bright pink Ottomans and black and pink graphics on the walls – the list of shiny, fun features seems endless. The tables come in different colours, and Zespoke made different custom-made options, such as glass shelves or metal legs.
Having the bedroom with 70s décor brings a new vibe into the house. There’s a multicoloured bar in the center of this room and fluorescent light on the ceiling. It all looks simply refreshing, vivacious and rousing. The colours in the dining-room fit this festive atmosphere, as well.
The second house, built as an extension that measures 700sqm, contains quite a similar décor to the main building. The colours of the lounge area here are green, pink and blue, while the bedroom is green, grey and black and has four beds shared between six housemates.
Whether it is cozy or crampy inside, it’s up to the inhabitants to decide. So far, they’ve grabbed all the attention of the public, that’s for sure.
Image sources: bigbrother247.co.uk, channel5.com, zespoke.com