The Block Triple Threat Living & Dining

Hello! Last night on The Block Triple Threat we got to see the Living & Dining. What do you think?

The win went to Josh & Charlotte with 24/30. Here is their room below…

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Jess & Ayden scored 23/30.

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Tim & Ana were on 21/30.

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Darren & Dea were on 18/30.

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Dea & Darren didn’t finish. I really liked their room though. I also like Josh & Charlotte’s. I was not a fan of Jess & Ayden’s! That was not for me!

What did you think? Whose was your favourite?

6 comments

  • Kerrie Moore

    I liked Josh and Charlottes the best

  • Sarah Gilbert Lennon

    Josh and Charlotte may not be scoring high overall, but theirs is the place I would most want to live. I think the others will date too fast. Did you notice the one light over their dining table wasn’t centered? That looked strange to me.

  • Roxanne Catch

    I was a bit disappointed really. D&d’s was the best furnished & designed apart from the ceiling of course. I found the rest boring & plain. Where was the colour?

  • WAM Home Decor

    Love Josh and Charlottes room. keeping it simple with plain coloured throws and cushions was great too. The room didn’t need colour or patterns and really did look relaxing!

  • Tracy

    I love the D & D’s style and have loved Josh and Charlottes all the way along. I liked their space, it made me feel like I could move in and just put my own stamp on it. The dining room by Aiden and Jess was beautiful too.

    Tim and Anatasia’s not so much and the judges said everything I was thinking. Throwing money at things doesn’t make it stylish. That artwork was to die for though but it lost impact where it was.

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