In week 2 contestants continued their journey through 4 different eras with the guest ensuite.
Each room brought something different, something new and something inspired by its historical reference.
Styling highlights …
In house 1, Harry and Tash created an eclectic room which, while missing the 1920’s brief, did have some lovely features.
The blue tiles were beautiful and I loved the burnt orange elements, the basin and cabinets also worked really well with the room, and added a good element of functionality.
In house 2, George and Sarah created an absolutely stunning ensuite – with the perfect mix of 1940s and contemporary elements.
The Plush Pink tiles were divine and worked beautifully with the whole colour palette.
The layout was also incredibly clever, particularly the wall that they installed to keep the toilet separate from the shower.
In house 3, Daniel and Jade created a very contemporary room, which while beautiful, did not hit the 1930s brief.
However, the art deco mirror was gorgeous and the room’s functionality was definitely an added bonus.
In house 4 Luke and Jasmin created a beautiful room that combined inspiration from the 1910s with gorgeous contemporary styling.
The reeded shower screen and the VJ paneling was elegant and complimented the floor tiles perfectly.
And while they lacked a little in functionality, the oak bathroom cabinet and touches of gold, made this a really beautiful space.
In house 5, Jimmy and Tam created the perfect 1950s inspired ensuite.
The terrazzo tiles and terrazzo stool were perfect and worked beautifully with the room, along with the stunning green vanity.
Still ahead …
Next week is all about the Master Bedroom – which no doubt will have some stunning style highlights.
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