The pictures don’t always do the spaces justices in hall week, and that’s definitely the case with Harry and Tash’s place. The soaring ceilings, Velux skylights created a great feeling when you first walked into their home and set the scene perfectly for their open plan kitchen, lounge and dining room.
Harry and Tash’s styling this week was nice, but lacked a energy and didn’t create the same sense of impact as the height and natural light of the spaces.
I loved Sarah and George’s pretty powder room and their laundry complete with dog bed (and dog)!
Their connecting door was a worthy game changer, creating a beautiful feel when you walked through the front door, and providing a spatial, acoustic and thermal control barrier.
I’ve loved a lot of what Daniel and Jade have done this season, but this wasn’t their strongest week. They ticked a lot of boxes with their laundry and powder room, but their vanilla colour palette and lengthy runner made their long hallway loom for for miles.
A visual break in the form of an interconnecting door, like we saw in a couple of the other Blockheads’ houses, might have created the visual excitement this entrance hall sorely needed.
Luke and Jasmine balanced the contemporary and period zones within their home in their hallway, spacious laundry and glamorous powder room.
The chevron flooring in the hallway, simple colour palette, and interconnecting door achieved a sleek, consistent look and feel that will grab buyers’ attention when they first walk through the front door.
Jimmy and Tam kept things simple, their gorgeous terrazzo entrance flooring, pop art, and show-stopping Murano glass chandelier, infusing their spaces with a sense of history, and setting the scene for the rest of the house.
Their planning, from that concealed laundry door, to their choice of colours and textures throughout the spaces, was artfully done as always.
P: +61 (3) 8825 6641 (direct)
Blank Canvas Interiors
598-600, Burwood Road
Hawthorn East, VIC AUSTRALIA 3123