As we’re nearing the end, this week seemed to have packed in more than anyone could handle.
There were plenty of spectacular moments to get excited about with glorious artworks and architectural gems.
In house 1, Harry and Tash created some beautiful final touches to their home.
It was a dramatic impact almost immediately with the velux skylights, and their restoration efforts were amazing, featuring the beautiful viridian glass on the restored door.
In house 2, George and Sarah had some amazing features in their final spaces.
Their arch steel door was absolutely stunning connecting the old and the new house, and the two vintage posters in the first hallways fitted the 1940s era brief perfectly.
The powder room was simply whimsical, with gorgeous wallpaper that was an absolute standout.
In house 3, Daniel and Jade created simple yet classical choices in their rooms.
While their choices appear to be very pulled back, they have created a great canvas for a potential buyer.
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In house 4 Luke and Jasmin created several beautiful spaces for their final touches.
Their chevron timber flooring created an immediate impact when walking into the beautifully restored door, and the artwork on both sides of the hallway was absolutely stunning.
In the powder room, the beautiful wallpaper was a standout as was the gold tapware.
In house 5, Jimmy and Tam delivered an incredible vintage chandelier now on display in their foyer.
The terrazzo flooring was a bold and stunning choice, and the colour scheme really pulled all the rooms together.
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Time to move to the front yard ....