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Where to find the Love Island Villa bunny chairs adored by Olivia Attwood and Amy Hart

When they’re not pulling their fellow islanders for a chat or dealing with a tense re-coupling, the Love Island contestants can be found soaking up the sun.

The luxurious Mallorcan villa has a huge outdoor area with a turquoise infinity pool and views of the stunning countryside.

And the gorgeous contestants have plenty of places to get to know their fellow islanders with a swing for “intimate conversations” and daybeds for a “heart to heart.”

But there are a few new additions to the villa’s original furnishings with eagle-eyed fans spotting three bunny chairs on the lawn.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted three bunny chairs on the lawn

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We can see three white bunny-shaped stools outside the villa while two blue bunny chairs have been placed near the indoor sofa.

The eye-catching pieces are made by Italian company Qeeboo and designed by founder and architect Stefano Giovannoni.

Rabbit chairs are suitable for both indoor and outdoor purposes, and there are many different ways to perch on the chair, according to the website.

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Two blue bunny chairs have been placed near the sofa area

“The Rabbit chair, designed by Stefano Giovannoni, can be used either leaning against the ears or on the opposite side, straddling it and resting the forearms over its ears,” according to Qeeboo’s description.

The brightly colored chairs come in a range of shades and can be purchased with a metallic, velvet or satin finish and can even be fitted with a lamp inside.

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Amy Hart was inspired to add a pink bunny chair to her garden

Olivia Attwood bought a black rabbit

According to UK online furniture website Amara, the large white rabbit chair sells for £190 while the light blue version costs £320.

The Love Island villa has three white bunny chairs and two of the light blue versions which would cost £1,210 if purchased from Amara.

Meanwhile, former Islanders, including Olivia Attwood and Amy Hart, have been inspired to add the Bunny Chairs to their own backyards.

Olivia shared a snap of a black bunny chair on her Instagram, captioned, “Okay I actually Love Island fomo [fear of missing out] so I ordered one of the bunnies from @theoutsidelivingroom for my garden. Keep an eye on @oliviajaneabode for garden updates soon.”

Meanwhile, Amy also placed a baby pink bunny chair in her garden, captioned: “The first stage of the Love Island garden begins.”