Filmed in Majorca in the beautiful area of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, the Love Island villa has been considered the dream holiday location for many viewers. With its large pool, a deluxe outdoor kitchen and cosy corners to relax in, the Love Island villa is a place for friends.
Although the villa may seem out of reach, you and your friend can actually unwind in luxury spaces aboard in homes, such as these luxury villas. With this in mind, let’s break down the key elements of the Love Island house to work out what it could look like in the upcoming season.
There will be a fire pit
You can’t have a Love Island villa without a fire pit. It’s the central location of all make-ups and break-ups. It’s where you’ll run into Caroline Flack and feel all the heartache when someone gets mugged off. Expect a fiery social circle with comfortable seats spread out in a horseshoe.
A poolside setting
The next season of Love Island is set to be filmed in winter with ITV upping its schedule to two seasons a year. But, don’t expect the villa to be decked out in a snowy paradise – although a log cabin could be a cool aesthetic. The next season of Love Island will be held in South Africa, so there’s no question that the villa will host a large pool. The pool could either be an Olympic-length type or a smaller plunge pool. But, considering we hardly ever see the contestants in the pool just in case their microphones get wet, it’s more about the poolside setting. Expect beanbags, swing chairs, daybeds and plush comfy cushions.
The topic of many conversations both in the villa and on many sofas back home. The hideaway will certainly make a comeback this next season. Tucked away in cosy settings, the famous snug will more than likely be dressed with throws and fabrics – perfect for romantic nights in.
Ready and waiting for contestants to keep up their rock hard physique, a gym will more than likely feature in the Love Island villa. Will it be equipped with the latest equipment or will it feature a few weights and a balance ball? The lack of cardio machines in past seasons is questionable. Hopefully, in the new season there willl be a fully functioning gym area so contestants can stay healthy by upping their fitness levels as well as maintaining muscle mass.
An outdoor kitchen
The beauty of Love Island’s sizzling summer destinations is that the contestants don’t have to be cooped up inside. Bringing the indoors outside, you should expect large concrete kitchen areas under a shaded veranda. They’ll be a bar for drinks, a fridge for snacks and a large seating area so they can all eat all together. As popular South African interior trends suggest, the use of raw, rugged materials such as wood and tin will feature hugely in the villa’s design.