The Block 2020 | Kitchen Reveal

There is one known Real Estate rule – kitchens sell houses. 

A kitchen is also the beating heart of any home – which makes this one of the most crucial rooms on The Block.

There is so much to look forward to when it comes to kitchen week…

What will the island look like?

Will it be an entertainer’s kitchen?

Which new appliances are elevating the market?

While the lead up to kitchen week didn’t disappoint in terms of drama, there were some true ‘wow’ moments.

Style Highlights

In house 1, Harry and Tash created a true entertainer’s kitchen.

Their 4m long island bench was an absolute winner featuring fingerless pull handles and sleek elements.

The coffee machine was stunning and the perfect addition to a Brighton home – and for coffee lovers, the real masterpeice in the room.

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In house 2, George and Sarah created a beautiful slick kitchen.

Their stone curved kitchen bench was a work of art and the Butler’s Pantry, featuring a Louvre glass cupboard, was absolutely perfect.

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In house 3, Daniel and Jade created a beautiful and soulful kitchen.

The Christian Cole created Island bench was a true piece of furniture art and the star of the space, it worked so well with the lighting and was the perfect nod to the 1930s theme.

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In house 4 Luke and Jasmin created warm and grand kitchen.

The oak, white and brass colour palette was beautiful, and the stunning Porta timber curved wall was certainly a masterpiece and the star of the room.

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In house 5, Jimmy and Tam created bright and bold space, with a risky charcoal and mint green colour palette – but it worked!

The room was full of amazing amenities including 2 dishwashers, 2 ovens, a wine fridge, a coffee machine and a fridge and a freezer – fit for a Brighton king and queen!

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Photo Source: Pinterest

Still to come …

Next week it’s all about the dining spaces!

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