BBC One's Interior Design Masters has got people talking about one home in Reading thanks to one of its contestants.

The show hosted by Alan Carr, sees budding Interior Designers battle to win their first commercial contract.

Dean Powell from Reading has impressed judges so far in the competition but he's also got neighbours heads turning at his entirely painted black house.

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He joked about having 'the most talked about house in Reading' on the show on an episode where he painted a hotel room black.

His house stands out on the street for being painted in the dark colour.

In every episode, the contestants will be set a new commercial design challenge by series judge, design expert and former editor of Elle Decoration Michelle Ogundehin, who will be joined each week by a special guest judge.

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41-year-old Dean reflects his dark house design throughout the competition.

The Reading store manager shared his success on Instagram as Wooten House hotel kept his black hotel room design.

He said: "It’s was such a great honour to be at @wotton_house_hotel & the fact they have still keep my black room means the world to me."