3 February 2014

South Africa: The Big Brother Mzansi House

Photo: Big Brother Mzansi
Kat - Big Brother Mzansi

With the identity of the Big Brother Mzansi Housemates now revealed, we can’t help but be just a little bit jealous of the über stylish interior in which the Housemates will be spending their time.The Big Brother Mzansi house is an afro-chic paradise; it looks like something straight out of a magazine and will be the perfect place for the Housemates to live it up in a retreat-style environment.

The lush garden is replete with indigenous succulents and of course, the infamous Jacuzzi,you can expect massive contemporary statues bedecking the lawns, one of them even looks just like Biggie’s avatar. The interior of the House are decorated with the typical colours you would see in our Proudly South African natural environment. Hues of blue, brown and green are the primary colour themes in both and the art is typically South African too. Photo images of Jozi skylines and etchings of baobabs and wildlife are dotted throughout, even in the secret passage!

We leave the best till last, the infamous shower and bathroom. Big Brother Mzansi gives you showers with frosted-glass shower doors and just enough visibility to make out a Housemate’s silhouette. The bath area is a little more private with a door that closes, but that doesn’t mean the Housemates aren’t being watched.

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