The Big Brother house has become as recognizable a character as any of the many housemates that have walked through its illustrious doors over the years.
Each year, its décor and styling has set the tone to how that series will play out.
In this spacious new abode, viewers will recognise many features of a classic Big Brother house – the hot tub once again takes prize of place in the garden, the bathroom boasts luxurious lounging areas for late night gossiping, and the heart of the living space is a modern, circular sitting area where housemates will face each other as they learn their fate from new hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best on live eviction nights.
An exciting new addition to the house includes, for the first time ever, an upstairs area with a glass wall which will allow the housemates to overlook the communal living area.
The upstairs area can be entered either via stairs or a specially installed mobility lift to ensure the area is fully accessible to all housemates.
A long and colourful corridor connects the main living space to the bedroom, bathroom and the Diary Room.
Elsewhere in the house, the plush bedroom features a number of single and double beds as well as a large pampering station for the housemates to spend time digesting the latest antics of their fellow housemates whilst they primp and preen themselves for another day in the house.
Privacy in the large bathroom with two glass double showers and central bath – there’s plenty of seating around for housemates to chat.
Sustainability is at the forefront of design in the garden, with a large water tank collecting rain water to fill the hot tub.
The brand-new Diary Room Chair, made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester. One of Big Brother’s most iconic and recognisable features, the Diary Room returns with a captivating and vibrant new look for this reimagining of the original reality show.