Fan favourites and All Stars Mitch & Mark reversed their fortunes from their 2019 stint to take home the win this year.
In a nail-biting auction, the glam granddads bagged an impressive $744,444.44 in prize money, with House 2 bought by serial Block buyer Danny Wallis.
Read on to discover the bathrooms that helped these Sydneysiders win The Block 2021.
Off the back of a main bathroom win, we all had high expectations for Mitch & Mark’s master ensuite. The boys didn’t disappoint, delivering a stylish and functional space. They worked together with Reece to realise their ultimate ensuite vision.
Mitch & Mark produced a master ensuite with a thoughtful layout, resulting in an abundance of space. The inclusion of both an external window and a large skylight result in the ensuite receiving plenty of natural light and add to the overall ‘light and bright’ feel.
The couple’s tile choice drives the look and feel of this space and works to tie this bathroom together with their others through size and shape, while still different enough that the space feels unique. They have also carried over the use of brushed gold Mizu Drift fixtures and fittings; we can see a cohesive home coming together!
We all know how important storage is and the team’s choice of the wall-hung Kado Lux vanity and the Posh Domaine Plus three door shaving cabinet provides plenty of it in a stylish, yet functional way. In this zone, Mitch and Mark have opted for the Omvivo Venice 500 basins, which bring tactility to the space.
We’re always in favour of additional wellness spaces in the home, even if Mitch & Mark have had to contend with extra building regulation considerations. Working together with Reece, the team maximised the use of their basement to deliver a stunning spa-like bathroom that scored them the first 10/10 of the season.
The result is a bathroom - sorry, home spa - that’s billed as an ‘adults’ retreat’, this little blue oasis includes a steam room - complete with spa bench - plus twin Omvivo Venice 450 pedestal basins.
Again, Mitch & Mark have continued with their cohesive choice of Mizu Drift throughout the contemporary spa space. The shower mixer, wall basin mixer, bath outlet and robe hooks are all in brushed gold, bring a sense of tactile luxury to the space and providing a pleasing contrast to the blue and grey colour palette.
Mitch & Mark are sticklers for great storage and haven’t overwhelmed the space with too much. Utilising floating shelves, robe hooks and a Kado Lussi double mirror cabinet hits the nail on the head.
From dreaming they could, to believing it with Reece. Returning favourites Mitch & Mark lived up to their reputation this week coming out on top. Read on to learn more about this truly inspired space.
The pair beautifully harnessed the soothing appeal of natural materials, using perfectly imperfect wall tiles and a timber ISSY Blossom vanity to evoke a peaceful feeling. The pink marbled fan tiles lend an artistic quality to the space, while the Mizu Drift brushed gold tapware throughout provide refinement. Combined, the effect of pink, timber and gold is a thoroughly warm and inviting combination.
The space is kept soft thanks to the Kado Lussi solid surface thin-edged basins and matching freestanding bath. The built-in wall niche provides an architectural accent, tying the two spaces together and bringing in some shelving - the perfect mix of form and function. The skylight above floods the whole space with natural light, rounding out the winning bathroom!
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