Interior Rooms From The Big Brother Canada House We Can't Get Enough Of (PHOTOS)

Some rooms are over the top, but some are actually adorable.
Big Brother Canada house Interior: Rooms We're Obsessed With

If you've laid eyes on the Big Brother Canada house interior for season nine, you probably know that it pretty over the top. 

Simplicity and minimalism certainly were not in the plans for the Big Brother Canada house. The walls are covered in colourful graphics and jungle-like vines and, to be honest, it's a lot for the eyes to handle. 

But, there are still some rooms that are cute and aesthetically pleasing. So, we need you to see them. 

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Each week, the Head of Household (HoH) gets an adorable suite to themselves. 

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While the downstairs living room area looks like the least cozy place in the world, the hidden-away upstairs area is a serious vibe. 

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There's nothing we love more than a big dining room table. The BBCAN dining room does not disappoint. 

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Of course, they have a ball pit. This room is called the "have-not room."

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Last but not least: the diary room. We love drama and this is where the houseguests spill all the tea.

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