The Block 2019 Oslo: Master Ensuite reveals

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Another round of bathrooms (plus a surprise kitchen!) was revealed on The Block last night.

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SCORE: 29/30
It was always going to be a risk turning their top storey into an entertainer’s space designed around an as-yet-non-existent pool. But Mitch and Mark knew they wanted to go in this direction from Week One and never once wavered from their original plans. Their sweeping vision paid off once more this week, netting them a win!
“Our vision for this room started way back when we saw the plans. We thought, ‘Top floor terrace pool house,’ Mitch says. “So we thought if you’re going to have a pool house, you need to be able to prepare food up there, and you need to have a powder room, and also a shower.”
And that’s exactly what they delivered this week, including a stunningly simple kitchen complete with brushed steel gantry, grey benchtop and light, bright cabinetry with brass details. This was delivered alongside a powder room and gorgeous bathroom, which came complete with shower and  yellow feature tile detail. A white decorative mirror and pops of colour, courtesy of the yellow and cyan towels they chose, rounded out the look beautifully.

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SCORE: 28.5/30
Jesse and Mel went all-out this week to produce a luxurious and opulent master ensuite – and boy did they deliver. The couple chose to dress their room in gorgeous floor and wall marble, opting for a huge mirror above the vanity and oversized shower screen for added dramatic effect.
They chose dark cabinetry with chrome fixtures and fittings, which played against the lightness of the walls and tiles beautifully. The inclusion of an enormous double shower and huge freestanding bath gave their room a luxury hotel vibe.

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SCORE: 28.5/30
Deb and Andy produced yet another gorgeous, elegant bathroom, with their trademark coastal luxe vibe. The room, which featured white and cream tiles, a custom-made timber vanity, brass tapware and THAT amazing water feature into the free-standing bath, was a hit with all three judges, who loved the way the room, which also featured quirky features like a decorative Persian-style rug and timber stool in the shower, came together.
The inclusion of two timber wall-mounted shaving mirrors, the timber stool and the large fern added a sense of softness to the room, which was the lightest and brightest of all the bathrooms delivered this week.

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SCORE: 27.5/30
Tess and Luke took out a win for their last stunning bathroom. But a blunder which saw one of their windows remain unfrosted saw them walk away unvictorious, despite the fact they presented a near-perfect bathroom.
In the space Tess and Luke featured a gorgeous black terrazzo tile, two dark grey sinks that complemented gorgeous navy blue cabinetry, a large free-standing bath, double shower, and a textured white subway tile on the main wall. A dark Venetian plaster wall pulled everything together beautifully, working back against the black free-standing stool, placed adjacent to the bath.

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SCORE: 26/30
Matt and Elise had a tumultuous week, but in the end produced a gorgeous space, incorporating an extra powder room to their reveal plans for added ‘Wow factor.’
In their main ensuite space they opted for a monochrome look, incorporating shades of cream via their trademark Ventian plaster. They used two large, circular shaving cabinets for dramatic effect, teaming them with a double sinks and a large black vanity and black fixtures and fitting. A large bath stood pride of place in the middle of the room, beside that enormous double shower finished with black trim, and sporting deluxe matte black tapware.


What did you think of the rooms this week?

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