The Guest Bedrooms boast seamless banks of White Satin cabinetry paired with Barcco Natural Ash handles. The doors open to reveal ample hanging space and drawers; a big tick from Shaynna in the storage box as she observed “There are a lot of doors in here — you’ve got hanging, drawers, shelves” in the Second Guest Bedroom Reveals.
Jimmy and Tam’s Third Guest Bedroom shared the same natural and classic colour palette and style of cabinetry as the first and second guest bedrooms. However the couple decided to add a study nook into their design for functional purposes; a clever use of space when the house doesn’t offer room for a separate home office.
Cabinetry: Exterior doors – White Satin, Interior finish – Modern Oak Natural
Handles: Barcco Natural Ash Bar (38-M-06), Touch Catch
Accessories: Folding Mirror, Wardrobe Lift, Show Drawers, Premium Verti-Strip Lighting, LED Motion Sensors
Jimmy and Tam have created a cosy and bright media room utilising the same finishes as their wardrobes throughout the home, White Satin cabinetry is combined with Modern Oak Natural interior finish, displaying a clean and sleek finish which exudes luxury.
Cabinetry: Exterior Cabinetry – White Satin, Internal Finish – Modern Oak Natural Open
Shelving: Modern Oak Natural
Handles: Push To Open Drawers
The Palm Springs style from the main house flows effortlessly into Jimmy and Tam’s studio space. Opting for white cabinetry throughout, the couple have added tasteful touches of warmth with Value Prime Oak Woodmatt open shelving and grandeur with Dark Brass handles.
Maximising the use of a decoratively low ceiling height, the kitchen benchtop effortlessly extends to a drop down hybrid dining or desk area. After Neale had voiced concerns around the house missing a home office space when working from home has become the norm, Darren was pleased when he spotted the functional desk which would accommodate two.
Cabinetry: Value White Satin, Value Prime Oak open shelving
Handles: Brushed Brass T Knob (12-M-02), Brushed Dark Brass Bar (15-M-03)
Benchtop: Caesarstone® Frozen Terra™ with shark nose edge
Appliances: By Bosch
Sink: By Oliveri
Tap: By Contestants
So it’s tools down and steel-toe caps off for this year’s Blockheads, time for them to enjoy their hard earned cash and for the new homeowners to enjoy their new Kinsman spaces!
If you missed the homes go under the hammer at auction, take a look at the astounding results below:
Luke and Jasmin (House 4, 1910s)
Auction order: First
Sold for: $3,856,000
Total profit: $506,000
Jimmy and Tam (House 5, 1950s)
Auction order: Second
Sold for: $4,256,000
Total profit: $966,000 + $100,000 in prize money for winning
Sarah and George (House 2, 1940s)
Auction order: Third
Sold for: $4,000,002
Total profit: $650,002
Daniel and Jade (House 3, 1930s)
Auction order: Fourth
Sold for: $3,800,000
Total profit: $460,000
Harry and Tash (House 1, 1920s)
Auction order: Fifth
Sold for: $4,000,000
Total profit: $650,000
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