13 Sep Hitting the En-Suite Spot
Josh & Luke
The twins’ game changer was just that this week, scoring the highest points from the judges on the back of their outdoor bath oasis. Judge Darren Palmer commented on the Japanese aesthetic, making sure to note the burnt timber board cladding. But it wasn’t timber at all! It was Territory Woodlands Ebony fibre cement cladding by Cemintel.
Ronnie & Georgia
With the help of their challenge win gnome, the Perth renovators took home with win for their neutral yet stylish bathroom, featuring the vertiginous ceiling we’ve come to expect from their rooms.
Mitch & Mark
It was another misstep from the Block favs, suffering a major setback due to a dysfunctional layout prioritising shower space to fit in their double shower as well as a mammoth shower screen.
Tanya & Vito
It was always going to be a case of love it or hate it with the 1970’s brown tiles in the bathroom, and the true proof will come when buyers see it on auction day!
Kirsty and Jesse
The country couple is becoming the little engine that could, eking out progress on their styling with every room and this week was no exception. The judges were pleased the kitsch of the first bathroom was absent, with just a few functional issues to address.