Looking for inspiration before sprucing up your living space? Week 8 of Channel Nine’s The Block served up a suite of stylish lounge and dining rooms. Here’s what they looked like, and who won.
“Living and dining room week” on The Block was a drama-filled spectacle, with most of the action occurring away from the actual site of the renovation at St Kilda. But it was Jesse and Mel’s $7000 living space that came up trumps when reveal time rolled around, just nudging Andy and Deb’s “goosebump-producing” efforts off the top of the leader board.
The judges praised Jesse and Mel’s use of furniture, particularly their very large couch and rug.
Here’s what the 2019 The Block living and dining rooms look like:
The Block 2019 living and dining room reveal photos: Jesse and Mel
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