The Brand new Big Brother house has been designed with the help of a Reading timber merchant.

Arnold Laver Timber World, of Basingstoke Road, has supplied a range of wood materials for the popular Channel 4 reality TV show, which returns to our screens this Friday (27 May).

Their products have been used throughout the luxury house, situated in the grounds of the world-famous Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, by set construction company A.A.J Sankey.

Tony Sankey, company owner of A.A.J Sankey, based in Reading, said: "Arnold Laver has supplied us with a really great range of materials that have helped to transform the house for series six of Big Brother, the set looks fantastic.

"We've used Arnold Laver laminate for panelling in the kitchen, mahogany lipping has been fitted around the pool area and cladding has been used around the interior of the house and filming areas.

"This isn't the first time we have used Arnold Laver products for reality TV shows. They have also supplied us with materials for set creations on The Games, which has just finished in Sheffield, Comic Relief Does Fame Academy and Channel 5's The Farm."

13 housemates will enter the Big Brother house, where they will experience a summer of twists, tasks and surprises - all under the watchful gaze of the British public.

There are currently no comments for this article.

Login to comment. slider