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Wow! What an incredible week on The Block Sky High. Another two rooms, done and dusted. In three weeks, each of the couples have delivered three bathrooms, two bedrooms, and a dressing room each that would have Carrie Bradshaw saying "YES!".
This week's very much deserved winners! As soon as I saw the bath tub being installed in their dressing room, I knew they had the win sewn up. Alisa and Lysandra's style is really growing on me, and I absolutely adore this master bedroom, and particularly the concrete wallpaper feature wall. The wallpaper gives the room an urban edge, while the timber warms the space. The twins have gone for a more gender neutral look for their bedroom, with just the perfect amount of yellow for an accent.
Bec and George
My heart was absolutely breaking for Bec and George this week, with Bec's mum battling her last days of breast cancer. How they managed to continue working on this room is beyond me. The other Block couples stepped up and painted their rooms for them while they were at the hospital, and it's this kind of sportsmanship, and friendship, that should be applauded.
Kim and Matt have well and truly put "that" room behind them. This master bedroom is just stunning, and beautifully showcases Matt's rendering skills. The concrete rendered walls look as smooth as glass. A bespoke timber platform surrounds the bed, and extends along the wall for the owner to use as bedside tables. It's clean, and seamless, and I just love the simplicity. The timber shelves give purpose to the support poles, while the timber skirting boards are a really nice touch.
framed mirror television, and timber shelf, that wowed the judges. Once again, this vista is beautiful in it's simplicity. As I said above, art is very subjective. While the judges disliked the "floating head" piece of art, I really liked it. It's beautiful and haunting all at once, and it doesn't look out of place in this bedroom.
|1. Framed mirror television | 2. Azuki single LED pendant light|
Like the couple themselves, this room is young and fresh, with just the right amount of quirkiness. The wall to wall sheer curtains look so beautiful, and really soften this space. I love the vintage side tables that Madi and Jarrod upcycled with new marble tops. Like their previous bedroom, they have stuck to a white palette and neutral bedding, with pops of neon colour in their artwork to lift the space.
|1. Large Muuto wall dot | 2. Espresso flat pendant light | 3. Espresso cone pendant light|
4. Espresso drop pendant light | 5. Philippa Riddiford prints (signed & numbered)
Trixie and Johnno are one of my favourite couples currently on The Block, and their style is right up my alley. They're not afraid of colour, and they always manage to find that one quirky element to make their rooms unique. This week, it's the artwork...those birds are just lovely! They could have played it safe, and just chosen one, however they have so much more impact placed beak to beak. The grey colour scheme just works...which was a late change to the room. I'm so glad they repainted the blue, even though the original colour was equally as lovely. The yellow bedding is fresh, and sunny, helping to make this room come alive.
So, who produced your favourite master bedroom and dressing room this week?
All room reveal images sourced from The Block Sky High