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Described as young, modern and sophisticated, The Block AU judges were impressed by Will and Karlie’;s bathroom. Here’;s how you can recreate the look at home

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The Block Australia served up five bathrooms that got us in a lather. There was plenty to covet during the renovating reveals, from textured tiles to statement tapware. All five teams went for a simple and elegant colour palette in their bathrooms; blinding whites with hints of black and metallics were the order of the day.

But each managed to add their own twist to the themepillow covers geometric, whether it was a pop of colour in an artwork or statement styling with geometric patterns. Here we profile the bathroom details that got our attention and made a splash this season.

“Glamorous,” said Shaynna, as she looked around Karlie and Will’s main bathroom. “It’s young and modern, but also very sophisticated.” The black vanity was a stunning choice, as was the artwork showcasing the Melbourne of yesteryear. It was a bathroom that would “really satisfy buyers”, said Darren, who thought the panelling on the walls was a great idea as it accentuated the height of the ceilings.

Neale was impressed that the bathroom complemented the ensuite Will and Karlie had already presented. But then Shaynna looked more closely at unfinished details such as blobs of silicone around the shower grate. Yes, The Block Australia is often a scramble to the finish and, while these details detracted from the room reveal, they were fixed before open homes.

Words by: Erin Miller and Chris Pearson. Photography by: Tess Kelly and Channel 9 Australia.

Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends. ?One man’s trash can certainly be another man’s treasure when paint and our stencil patterns?are involved. We are excited to share a sweet dresser makeover?using the Indian Inlay Stencil Kit. ?All it took was one of our?furniture stencils?and a dash of creativity to make an old piece of furniture look like new. ?Let’s take a look!

Video link HERE. Artist Chris Burden used some of our favorite materials — concrete, steel beams, a construction crane…and…chance?— for his Beam Drop. For us, the crazy?power of the piece is in watching it: pure gravitational and other mysterious forces violently?plunking?the beams ?into wet concrete, fueled by Burden’s vision.

Easter is coming and we strive to encourage you to make it special. Probably some of you will have to put two tables together to fit all the family members. There will be Easter eggs, a cake and probably some glasses of wine – like the year before. But there are some things that you can change to make the celebration extraordinary and fresh.


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