The Game Room houses one of the best games ever.
A Real World house just isn't the same without a sweet-ass pool table to play
with. Sure there's some art and a really expensive bookshelf in this room, but
they don't come with 16 balls and a bunch of sticks.
Feeling saucy? Well, if you can't stand the heat,
then stay out of the Real World kitchen. From funky barstools to kitchen cabinets
on wheels, this center of culinary concoctions beats previous Real World standards.
At first glance, the living room looks like a
mix between the bridge of the starship Enterprise and the Chicago Institute
of Art. But on closer inspection, you soon realize that this is just the home
of the Real Worlders, and then all the pieces fall into
Everyone knows the Real World confessional, the
sanctuary of secrets, the domicile of dirt, the dungeon of disclosure. But this
year's confessional has a bit of a twist to it. It's hidden in the wall behind
a bookshelf...very James Bond. Just below the confessional is the office area
where the Real Worlders often sat checking their email and surfing the internet.
What would you do for a hot tub built into a
patio that overlooks Chicago's Wicker Park community and the Chicago skyline?
The patio is right off of the living room, so you can take a dip without ever
leaving the party. The Real World is all about convenience.
Bird's Nest/Phone Lounge
The "Bird's Nest" is what the Real Worlders called
this small padded room next to the phone lounge. They said it was a place to
go when they wanted some privacy, or sometimes, even just a nap. The phone lounge
was the location where the Real Worlders could stay connected with the outside
world. The lounge turned chatting into bliss.
Push! Squat! Flex! Squeeze! Ahh, nothing like
getting buff in the confines of your own home. The Real Worlders were hooked
up with an exercise facility worthy of the most pumped up, buffed up bodies
in the world.
Keri, Chris and Kyle's Room
Two's company, three's a crowd, huh? Well, this
room was like the reverse Three's Company, two guys and a girl. And how much
trouble do you think they got into? Imagine all the bed jumping you could do
with three beds in one room? And the best part of it all, there's no one to
tell you that it's past your bedtime.
Probably the coolest part about Aneesa and Theo's
room is that crazy wallpaper. Actually, this entire room is like being inside
of an old Atari game. Lots of bright colors and simple shapes make for sweet
dreams and fun bedtime stories.
Cara and Tonya's room had some of the best art
in the house, as well as some pretty funky furniture. See, that's what you need
to set up a Real World bedroom environment, good art and funky furniture. It's
also pretty cool if you have two beautiful girls, but I guess it's best to just
I guess you could call this room the bathroom,
but it's really more like a lavatory for the gods. Or maybe, it's the community
washroom. Open air and spacious, the bathroom promotes a little comingling.
And let's not forget the...hmm..double headed shower. You can even see people
changing their clothes from the hallway. Mischievous, very mischievous.
INSIDE the House
Around the House
& Chicago Scenes (from MTV):
House (from MTV):
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