SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Society6, an online marketplace for self expression featuring premium products bearing designs created by thousands of artists from around the world, is the featured home décor brand decking out the house for this season’s “MTV’s Real World Seattle: Bad Blood.” The cast will be living in an upscale loft in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood for the epic 32nd season. The space is decorated with fun and popular Society6 décor, adding to the colorful personality of this season’s cast and unexpected plot twist.
From throw pillows to duvet covers to bath towels, the house has a modern, youthful vibe serving as the ultimate backdrop for the show’s twists and turns. For this season’s unique plot twist, the home décor will take center stage, capturing the division within the house and its 14 total cast members.
With Society6 items like the adorable “Little Deer” pillows designed by Amy Hamilton in the bedrooms and cheeky “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That” pillows by Sara Eshak in the infamous confessional, this loft is a character in and of itself.
“Real World Seattle: Bad Blood” premieres on October 12 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.
For more information on the home décor for “Real World Seattle: Bad Blood,” please visit https://society6.com/lookbook/as-seen-on-mtv.
Society6, an online marketplace that provides artists a place to connect with consumers and sell their art, customizes products for buyers by printing artists’ works on dozens of items, ranging from tapestries to pillows to shower curtains. The artwork on Society6 is created by hundreds of thousands of artists from around the world, all of whom are empowered by Society6 to profit from the sale of their artwork, without giving up control of their rights. Every purchase made on Society6 pays an artist.
About Demand Media
Demand Media, Inc. (NYSE: DMD) is a diversified Internet company that builds platforms across its media (eHow and LIVESTRONG.com) and marketplace (Society6 and Saatchi Art) properties to enable communities of creators to reach passionate audiences in large and growing lifestyle categories. In addition, Demand Media’s custom content solutions (studioD) and diverse advertising offerings help advertisers find innovative ways to engage with their customers. For more information about Demand Media, visit www.demandmedia.com.