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The Block 2020: Guest Ensuite Reveals

Jimmy and Tam  | Week 1 | Guest Ensuite

SCORE 28.5/30 
The Brisbane couple were a bit worried when Darren compared their Guest Ensuite bathroom to a public pool, but it was all in a good, sentimental way. Jimmy and Tam nailed everything again this week. The terrazzo tiles and terrazzo stool were perfect, and the colour palette matched their winning bathroom in week one. The green vanity was also a wonderful choice.  They nailed the brief, in their case the 1950s, the best out of anyone this week on The Block.

Sarah and George | Week 2 | Guest Ensuite

SCORE 27/30
After some negative feedback in week one, a relived Sarah and George had some wonderful feedback from all three judges this week. Their Guest Ensuite bathroom was a perfect mix of the 1940s era mixed with a contemporary feeling. The judges loved the Plush Pink tiles from Beaumont Tiles. The whole colour palette was stunning. They also thought it was a very well thought out bathroom planning wise, in particular the wall that Sarah and George installed to keep the toilet separate from the shower.  A nice touch too, Shaynna loved the fluffy slippers.

Luke and Jasmin | Week 2 | Guest Ensuite

SCORE 25.5/30 
Judge Darren Palmer visited Luke and Jasmin to give them some tips on what the 1910s era is and it paid off. This was a bathroom that has immediate impact. The judges loved the reeded shower screen and the VJ panelling, which fitted in perfectly with their floor tiles from Beaumont Tiles. Jade’s choice of oaky bathroom cabinet also worked. The basin, the wall sconces and the tap ware were also a hit.  Finally, it looks like Luke and Jasmin now know what it means to build a beautiful, 1910s themed house.

Daniel and Jade | Week 2 | Guest Ensuite

SCORE 23 /30
It was a really tough week for Daniel and Jade after the death of Daniel’s grandfather in South Australia. They had to leave The Block before returning for what they thought was a fantastic bathroom delivery. While the judges thought it was very contemporary, they lost marks as there wasn’t much attention to the 1930s era. They did however like the art deco mirror, but that was probably the only real nod to the 930s.  Functionally however, it was a very good bathroom. Neale would just like them to focus more on the brief.

Harry and Tash | Week 2 | Guest Ensuite

SCORE 21.5/30
The Victorian father and daughter had a great first week with the judges but not so much in week two on The Block. They had the smallest bathroom on The Block but there were lots of issues for the judges. While all the tiles from Beaumont Tiles are nice on their own, all matched they did not work. Shaynna in particular thought the floor tiles did not fit the 1920s brief.  Neale did like the basin and the curved edges of the bathroom cabinet. However overall, he didn’t think they nailed the brief.  The bathroom also needed underfloor heating considering this is a luxury house in Brighton.

What did you think this week?

All of the other rooms and reveals are here!

Images thanks to The Block Shop and nine now.