Kit out your house Big Brother style, thanks to Very.co.uk

Are you one of millions who are captivated with the antics of the Big Brother housemates? Do you despair of Wolfie’s disgusting spitting habits? Or are you getting annoyed with Daley and Hazel’s flirtations? Did you think that Dexter and Gina were the right pair to enter the safe house, is Callum playing a game or is he really the dullest housemate ever? Despite all these activities, there are some people that watch the programme for a different reason, to get interior design ideas, and luckily for them, most of the fixtures and fittings within the house are available via the Very.co.uk website.

So if you love the look of a certain chair in the living room, a multi-check throw in the bedroom, or cushions in the safe house, you can actually buy them. And we have selected some of the more iconic items from the Big Brother house, but to see the full collection, you simply have to visit very.co.uk.


Florence Ornate Mirror – £139


As soon as you enter the Big Brother house, one of the most important items has to be a mirror, so that you can preen and pose, ready for your fellow housemates. This Florence ornate mirror features an intricate design on the outer frame, and is crafted using a classical style. It is available is two different sizes, the smaller size measuring 91 x 61 cms, and the larger model at 117 x 86.5 cm. The mirror frame has embellish works on the frame, which are available in four different colours of black, cream, gold or silver.



Dali Fabric Armchair ¬- £399

dali chair

These Dali chairs have taken a bit of a battering and seen some action since they have been placed in the Big Brother house. The scene for Daley and Hazel’s flirtations, Callum and Charlie’s drifting apart, and many other relationship dilemmas. Perhaps it is the comfortable nature of the chairs that lend themselves to couples opening up a little more. The angular design of the chair is complimented with sloping wooden legs, and upholstered in a luxurious fabric. The armchair is finished with button detail, and features fixed foam-filled seat and back cushions. Colours available are green, raspberry, beige, charcoal, or light grey.



Estaban Wool Pouffe – £109


I’ve never seen a pouffe like this and although it is quite expensive, it is so colourful and unique, it is bound to be a major talking point in your home. The Estaban wool pouffe is handmade and created using an array of multi-coloured felt balls. Fabulous! And what we love the most is that there is matching rug for £239, which is equally eye-catching, and full of personality. If you love colour popping hues and want to add a splash in your home, this is an ideal way to do it.


Pop Art Cushion – £15


Pop art has been around since the 60’s, courtesy of Andy Warhol, but every so often it re-emergences and this printed cushion is a perfect example. Complete with bold and eyecatching pop art design of a lady with bright red lipstick, the cushion is a generous size, measuring 43 x 43 cm and the material is polyester.



Licence Plates Clock – £39


A super retro clock here constructed with old licence plates which make up the numbers. The diameter of the clock measures 60 cms and we think that rather placing this in the bedroom, it would look better in a kitchen.

Warwick Chest of 5 Drawers – £139


This chest of 5 drawers has been given a 3D-style grain-effect finish that gives the whole piece a distressed, aged look. Perfect if you love that shabby chic look. The Warwick chest of drawers come in two different colours of an oak-effect or white pine-effect, and each come with chunky rustic plinth and top, as well as traditional metal drop handles.



Indoor and Outdoor Bean Cube Seat – £20


You can use this cube indoors or outdoors, as the bean-filled cube seat has been treated to be water resistant, so will survive the odd splash of water or rain. Available in a range of colours, including red, blue, black, aqua, green, orange and pink, and there are coordinating accessories to match.

All pictures courtesy Channel 5/Big Brother/Very.co.uk

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