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“This screams money,” said The Block AU judges as they entered Julia and Sasha’;s luxurious kitchen. With a price tag of $164,000 this comes as no surprise

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The sense of grandeur and space in the kitchens on The Block AU made the three judges’ jaws drop. Each kitchen was luxurious yet highly individual and showcased the different styles of the teamsyellow throw pillows, from Hollywood glamour to industrial deco. These kitchens and dining areas really put the heart into apartments designed for the most committed entertainers and home chefs.

“This screams money,” said Neale. “It’s a beautiful combination of technological wizardry and sheer luxury.” Darren couldn’t help himself – he got touchy feely and hugged the hunky fridge.

It was a kitchen armed with all the latest bells and whistles, including a sous vide drawer and steam oven. “It ticks all the boxes,” said Neale. But not that skimpy island bench, added Shaynna – its miserly measurements dragged down the space.

Stace and Yanita have struggled to keep on budget throughout their room reveals on The Block NZ. Despite multiple interventions and a visit from a past contestant for a budget pep-talk, the besties’ total spend on their kitchen and dining was double that of the other teams. The judges loved the clean modern design but the overall functionality let their final score down.

Stace and Yanita may have blown their budget with a total spend of $25,388 ?but they can rest easy knowing it’s nothing compared to the extra $100,000 that Julia and Sasha spent on their glamorous kitchen.

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

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