From luxurious gold cushions, coffee tables and mirrors, to breathtaking artworks and beautiful timber, this year’s The Block is full of wonderful furniture pieces and homewares.
As hard as it is to hone in on just a few pieces, here are my top picks.
Small Bone Inlay Bedside from Fenton & Fenton
Exuding charm and unique character, the two drawer wooden bedside table features a floral pattern of camel bone and resin. From Jason and Sarah’s guest bedroom ($890).
Marble-Topped Pedestal Coffee Table from west elm
Calling all luxe marble lovers! Featuring a white marble top with a spun metal base, does it get any more luxurious than this coffee table? From Hannah and Clint’s sitting room ($899).
Copper Toilet Roll/Hand Towel Holder from Pier Plumbing
Who said copper was dead? Custom made, this vintage-inspired number is a classy way to show off your designer hand towels and toilet paper – just be sure to buy two! From Sticks and Wombat’s main bathroom ($88).
Eden Bed from Incy Interiors
Featuring simple yet timeless rose gold curves made of sturdy metal, the Eden Bed is a perfectly whimsical addition to your kid’s bedroom. From Georgia and Ronnie’s kids bedroom ($699).
Lobby Fabric Chair from Freedom
Navy and gold are a match made in heaven. With curves in all the right places, this velvet cushioned seat will have you lounging around luxuriously for hours. From Josh and Clint’s sitting room ($999).
‘The Catcher’ Canvas from Steve Cross
Rightfully named “the BEST artwork on The Block – Ever!”, ‘The Catcher’ is a moody print on canvas, capturing the feel and texture of the original oil painting by Melbourne street artist Steve Cross. From Georgia and Ronnie’s dining room ($570).
Agate Bookend from west elm
Dyed and polished to reveal naturally occurring patterned rings, each bookend is a one of a kind keepsake to add to your bookshelves, desks and consoles From Hannah and Clint’s living room ($39 each).
Easy Leather Long Cushion from Life Interiors
Add a hint of raw, kinfolk aesthetic to your living room with this tan leather cushion. From Josh and Elyse’s living room ($119).
Alessia – Grey Wallpaper from Grafico
Add a hint of soft Scandi with this wallpaper, featuring warm grey lines on a white background. Digitally printed on a self-adhesive vinyl means there is no need for any glue – just apply direct to your walls. From Sticks and Wombat’s kids’ bedroom ($618).
LEDlux Circa Ring Dimmable Pendant from Beacon Lighting
With clean lines and an ultra sleek minimalist design, this is not your ordinary run-of-the-mill pendant. Understatedly elegant, the LEDlux Circa Ring Dimmable Pendant is perfect for a modern scandi interior. From Jason and Sarah’s dining room ($795).