Did you catch the first episode of Project Runway season 5 on Wednesday? While I was initially afraid that I couldn't put season 4 behind me, luckily, I was hooked on the new cast of designers within the first 10 minutes. (I was definitely lured in by Blayne and his insane tanning obsession, as well as his leotard creation).
To hear my thoughts on the other interiors, read more.
The other bedrooms reveal an Ikea emphasis as well, and I'm assuming that the box store is one of Project Runway's sponsors. What I'm really surprised by, though, is the retro look to these rooms. What with the checkerboard carpeting and the patterned wall stickers, it's definitely eye-catching, though not necessarily in a good way. What do you think? Have you taken note of Project Runway's interiors in the past? Do you think these are underwhelming in comparison?