We’re used to seeing him swan around the Bachelor Mansion, but Osher Günsberg is about to let the world into his own bach pad in a virtual open home hosted by IKEA. Of course, the heartthrob host is not actually a bachelor — he has a lovely wife and an infant child, but that’s by the by.
The TV host is just one in a handful of familiar faces taking part in IKEA‘s virtual open home weekend, which kicks off on Saturday, 16 May. Home improvement legend Shelley Craft is another high-profile host, as is former Bachelorette Angie Kent.
Over two days, you’ll gain access to nine stunning homes across the country in a candid tour to live on the IKEA social media channels. Following a tour of the homes, viewers joining the stream will even have the chance to ask questions about the functionality and design of the spaces.
“In a time when the home has never been more important, IKEA is showcasing how the home is a reflection of ourselves, including our needs, wants, dreams and frustrations,” the furniture giant says in a press release.
“Across the weekend, Australians will be able to get insight into how different personalities are reflected in people’s home through their style, in addition to some of the unique ways IKEA has been brought into homes across the country.”
Angie Kent says: “I’m excited to invite Australians into my home and share what my space means to me and how I live my everyday life. Everyone’s home has a different and special meaning and I can’t wait to share some of my favourite things about mine.”
With its new open home weekend, IKEA hopes to provide Australians with some “much-needed” content to ignite ideas and inspirations to implement their own solutions at home.
Check in here for the full schedule to IKEA’s open home weekend and to find out more about the hosts taking part.