If you’ve been a fan of the The Block for a while you will know that there’s one week out of the series where everything just seem to go quite right, this season that was Powder Room, Laundry & Entry week.
Editor of PropertyUpdate.com.au Liz Rudenko, takes a look at some of the highlights.
If a home could be thought about as a great outfit, one thing it need its fantastic accessories to make it complete.
For an outfit that mean great earnings or a statement necklace – for a home its the hallways, the laundry and powder room to tie everything together.
Yet what seems like such simple task, proved to be the undoing for the of the strongest couples of the season.
None the less, there were some definite wow moments.
And so the highlights….
The winners of the week Will and Karlie certainly created a sense of elegance in their rooms.
What is most noticeable in the consistent flow in their apartment, that has been tied in by the addition of the three new rooms.
The highlights for sure were the powder room and laundry.
The black tap and basin of the powder room was completely on point, and was balanced out beautifully by the woodwork of the shelving below, combined with a soft white tiling, the room was a perfect mix of the old and new.
While the laundry room is rarely a focus point to get exited about, the couples mix of functionality and style certainly gave the room a great deal of appeal.
Though they didn’t get to quite finish their rooms, the detailing in Julia and Sasha’a powder and laundry room still makes in to the list of highlights this week.
The brass tap-ware and the marble tiles in the powder room were my style highlights overall this week.
The soft use of colour in the flowers and artwork also added to the ambiance of the room.
Simple stylish touches such as these are easily replicated in any household using a print or plant from the local flower market.
We’re on the home stretch….
Everyone’s favourite week is just around the corner – Kitchen week.
Expect bold splashbacks, grand areas and jaw dropping styles.
With this being the last interior room, there’s no limits to how far the contestants will go.