The Big Brother house has become as recognisable a character as any of the many housemates that have walked through its illustrious doors. Each year its décor and styling has set the tone to how that series will play out.
A giant screen is a porthole into Big Brother’s mind and can also offer housemates a sneak peek into what he has in store for them next.
The Green Room
When housemates want to take a break from the house or to secretly strategise then this is the room to go!
Kitchen & Dining Room
Housemates are only provided basic rations including plain flour, milk, eggs, oats, olive oil,butter, tinned tuna, potatoes and yoghurt, equating to a value of around $8 and 1300 calories per person, per day. Housemates must successfully complete House Tasks set for them by Big Brother to earn more money for ‘luxury’ grocery items, alcohol and food rewards.
Complete with pool and outdoor furniture, the backyard is the perfect place to relax.
The garden will also host. the occasional task or nomination challenge.
Housemates only get 60mins worth of hot water every 24 hours that they must share between them. There are no hairdryers allowed but hair straighteners and electric shavers are permitted.
Housemates will not be permitted to sleep during the day, with Big Brother controlling the lights.
The Diary Room
The most important room of all, where housemates can talk to Big Brother and where housemates cast their vote to evict.
The Diary Room is accessed via a neon lit corridor.
The Eviction Room
Housemates will be evicted from here and host Sonia Kruger will question their motives and strategies.
Most of the Nomination Challenges will take place in the Basement.