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The Block 2022 Tree Change: Every room reveal so far

Brendan Casey

Brendan Casey, Property Journalist and Editor

News Corp Australia Network

The five Block teams, Tom and Sarah-Jane, Rachel and Ryan, Ankur and Sharon, Dylan and Jenny and Omar and Oz, undertake the huge task of renovating country houses in keeping with the heritage building features.

The five multimillion-dollar farmhouses under construction on The Block have been officially listed for sale – and the price guides are the highest ever in the show’s history.

The house sales could potentially smash sale records in Gisborne, with each property listed at around four times Gisborne's median house price.

Here's a look at all the room reveals on this year's Tree Change season.

Jump to each week's reveal:

Week 12: Garden

TeamScoreRankBudget
Dylan and Jenny26.5~3$90,000
Rachel and Ryan26.5~3$90,000
Ankur and Sharon19.55$90,000
Omar and Oz28.52$90,000
Tom and Sarah Jane29+11$90,000

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's garden

This week's winners had the benefit of numerous wins across the course of the season, which gave them ample budget to show off their design flare. Sarah Jane said, "we've got areas coming out of our hoo-has!"

Included in this list was a chicken coop, circular driveway, mini basketball court, olive grove, shipping container 'adult's playhouse', and of course a pool and deck.

"The landscaping's been beautifully planned and zoned; they've added so much value," said Darren Palmer, adding it was "the most extreme entertainment area I've ever seen on The Block".

The Block House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's garden

The exterior view of Tom and Sarah Jane's completed house. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's pool

The pool deck was a playground for all ages. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's garden

Despite not finishing their exterior, the judges were positive about the space created by Rachel and Ryan, calling their vineyard (a first on The Block) a "gamechanger".

They loved the kid-friendly inclusions from the flying fox to the swing set and even had ideas for House Two being a luxe retreat, perfect for events and short-term accommodation.

Shaynna did admit to feeling a tad panicked over the "un-resolved" garden but was otherwise fairly complementary.

The Block 2022 House 2 Rachel and Ryan garden

The impressive verandah and pool deck. Picture: Channel Nine


Taking in views of the vineyard. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's garden

Sadly, for House Three, the judges' compliments seemed to all but evaporate when they saw just how unfinished their exterior and gardens were.

Blaming uncooperative tradies and supply-chain shortages, the pair had to work through the night (again) to get to the point they did, which didn't have much of an effect on the judges.

The lack of connection between the pool and the verandah was one criticism from the judges who criticized the placement of the pool and called it poorly planned.

One bright spot for the judges was the kitchen garden, as well as the million-dollar views of the Macedon Ranges.

The Block House 3: Ankur and Sharon's garden

Sadly for these inexperienced renovators, The Block 2022 was a steep learning curve. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block House 3: Ankur and Sharon's pool

The pool deck at House 3 offered little else in terms of entertainment. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's garden

Dylan and Jenny revealed an impressive space despite Jenny's hospital trip after falling through the unfinished deck and a number of unfinished projects still to complete - with a huge veggie garden, hot and cold spas, tiered leveling, a tiny house, beehives and a ginormous lawn.

"There is so much excitement and happiness and joy here," said Shaynna. "It's definitely selling the dream."

They were impressed at the fact that the self-contained tiny house made this project a 6-bedroom home, offering a money-making venture for its new owners - should they want it.

The Block 2022 House 4: Dylan and Jenny's garden

The pool deck at House Four won praise from the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 House 4: Dylan and Jenny's garden

A spot to enjoy sitting around a fire at House Four. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's garden

Omar and Oz went hell for leather in the final week of competition, delivering big with a huge shipping container pool, which was dubbed "pool-of-the-day", basketball and tennis courts, and a mini-golf course.

The judges agreed that the boys pulled off a stunning project in a home that was the last one to be picked in the competition.

The Block 2022 House 5: Omar and Oz's garden

The old-meets-new facade at House Five. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 House 5: Omar and Oz's shipping container pool deck

Omar and Oz's impressive shipping container pool was the judges' favourite. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 11: Shed and home office spaces

TeamScoreRankSpend
Dylan and Jenny22.54$24,207
Rachel and Ryan24~2$24,140
Ankur and Sharon19.55$15,104
Omar and Oz24~2$23,798
Tom and Sarah Jane261$23,209

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's shed and home office space

Yet another win this week saw Tom and Sarah Jane ticking all the boxes with the judges who were all a bit awe-struck when it came time to tour Tom and Sarah Jane's shed, which came complete with a $50k freestanding cellar.

The working-from-home space above was described as "architectural" by the judges, who generally were fans of what Tom and Sarah Jane had created.

The comment from Alyssa was that the cellar should have been integrated a little more. Picture: Channel Nine


The home office upstairs is bathed in sunlight from all of the skylights. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's shed and home office space

The winery-themed shed at Rachel and Ryan's place was a hit with the judges, who adored the vast ceiling height and exposed brick walls.

"You know that feeling you get when you walk into a room," added Alisa. "I've got it, and I don't want to leave."

The only criticism was the modern fireplace, with the twins wanting a more rustic vibe to compliment the countryside outside.

Rachel and Ryan's epic winery-themed shed. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's shed and home office space House

The stunning space served up by Ankur and Sharon in shed week was marred by the failure to provide a power point in their working from home space.

"That is an epic fail," said Lysandra. 

They were also saddened by the pair's decision to put the fireplace (which they loved) in a spot that blocked out the stunning view of the Macedon ranges.

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The stunning shed from Ankur and Sharon. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's shed and home office space

Dylan and Jenny's usual high standards were let down slightly with their shed space, with the room being overtaken by an enormous TV, which, according to the judges makes this a great cinema space.

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A home office space that could be more than a little distracting due to the enormous TV screen. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's shed and home office space

Despite not finishing their space this week the boys did their best to impress the judges with their shed and home office space.

Their hard work certainly paid off with the judges agreeing the space would be a key selling feature once complete.

Omar and Oz shed

The shed and home office presented by Omar and Oz was impressive, despite not being finished. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 10: Guest bedroom and re-do rooms

TeamScoreRankSpend
Dylan and Jenny27.53$19,062
Rachel and Ryan28~1$11,675
Ankur and Sharon23.55$12,187
Omar and Oz254$27,426
Tom and Sarah Jane28~1$12,589

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's guest bedroom and redo living room

Taking out the top spot yet again, this time tied with Rachel and Ryan, House 1 now has an unbeatable position when it comes to who gets to decide the order of November 6's auctions.

The pair once again used tartan in their guest bedroom and the judges were there for it. Neale complimented them on taking a punt and with the rattan headboard, which paid off beautifully.

Tom and Sarah Jane also chose to redo their living room after the judges described it as having no heart or soul.

The Block Tom and Sarah Jane's guest bedroom

The judges "bloody loved" the pairing of the tartan and rattan in Tom and Sarah Jane's guest bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


Neale suggested Tom and Sarah Jane turn their eye to hotel design after seeing their living room redo. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's guest bedroom and redo guest bedroom

Tying with House 1 for first place, Rachel and Ryan impressed the judges once again this week.

Their guest bedroom embraced warm tones and natural textures and the judges said it "totally tones in with the landscape outside the window, but it kind of wraps itself around you," added Neale. "It feels warm and inviting." 

Keeping in the bedroom theme, the pair decided to redo their first guest bedroom and both Darren and Shaynna loved the new four-poster bed and peacock green feature wall. Neale was unimpressed.

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The new guest bedroom in House 2 was a hit. Picture: Channel Nine


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The tone of green split the judges, Neale preferred the initial colour. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's guest bedroom and redo dining room

Adding extra pressure to an already heated situation, Ankur and Sharon had to have all their costs approved by Scotty this week as they'd hit their budget limit a while back and currently sit $53,000 in the red.

With that said, the paid did an epic job of repurposing items from elsewhere in the house, including an unwanted bedhead from Omar and Oz. The judges described the guest bedroom as "nice". Ouch.

The dining room had another week in the spotlight, with the judges not giving their first effort much love.

Ankur and Sharon guest bedroom

The judges called this guest bedroom "very pink". Picture: Channel Nine


Ankur and Sharon dining room

The redo in the living room got Darren's tick of approval this week. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's guest bedroom and redo room

Missing out on the top spot by just half a point, Dylan and Jenny did impress the judges with their guest bedroom and dining room redo.

Their guest bedroom this week was full of texture and relaxing tones.

Their dining room saw a modern pendant and fan in place of a nanna-esque chandelier - which is what Jenny wanted to do in the first place.

The Block guest bedroom House 4 Dylan and Jenny

Soft tones and textures took centre stage in Dylan and Jenny's guest bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block dining room House 4 Dylan and Jenny

Their dining space had a modern light fitting and fan installed. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's guest bedroom and redo room

Omar and Oz impressed the judges with the amount they managed to achieve this week, delivering their final guest bedroom.

"When the boys are good, they're really good," commented Neale.

Omar and Oz tackled a guest bathroom, main bedroom wardrobe, mud room among other spaces throughout the house.

Omar and Oz guest bedroom

Omar and Oz's guest bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


Omar and Oz powder room

The powder room redo saw new splashback tiles. Picture: Channel Nine


Omar and Oz main bedroom

The main bedroom wardrobe had more storage installed and a study nook deleted. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 9: Guest bedroom reveals

TeamScoreRankSpend
Dylan and Jenny291$7,546
Rachel and Ryan28.52$11,948
Ankur and Sharon26.54$16,128
Omar and Oz215$11,815
Tom and Sarah Jane27.53$12,884

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's kid's bedroom reveal

The judges loved Tom and Sarah-Jane’s styling but felt they’d used the wrong shade of green on their walls.

“It feels like perfection with a few imperfections,” Shaynna enthused.

Read the full room reveal article for guest bedroom week for the full scoop.

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Tom and Sarah Jane's kid's room hit (mostly) the right notes with the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block kids room Tom and Sarah Jane

Ample storage and trending furniture completed the space. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's kids bedroom reveal

Neale loved the art stations he found in Ryan and Rachel’s room, recalling how he used to love playing with playdough as a boy.

Darren and Shaynna were impressed that the couple had relied on cheap and cheerful furniture to fill the space.

“There’s a lot of flat pack and that’s totally appropriate because it’s a kids’ room and they’ll grow out of it,” Darren noted.

The Block kids room Rachel and Ryan

The kid's room styling took the judges back to their own childhoods. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's guest bedroom reveal

The judges were mystified by Sharon and Ankur’s room which was decidedly less OTT than the rest of their house (perhaps due to Scotty cutting up their credit cards).

Earlier Scott had admonished the couple for just spending money with no thought about who would ultimately pay the tab.

The Block kids room Ankur and Sharon

Sharon and Ankur had yet another rough week on The Block. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's guest bedroom reveal

After weeks and weeks of not tasting victory, Dylan and Jenny took out their second of the competition – including a perfect score of 10 from Neale Whitaker – for their whimsical kids’ bedroom.

Fellow judges Darren Palmer and Shaynna Blaze were also impressed by the Gold Coast couple’s styling, with Shaynna entranced by the lighting and Darren impressed by the pared-back bed styling.

The Block kids room Dylan and Jenny

Dylan and Jenny's kid's space was a hit with the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's guest bedroom reveal

The boys had decided to go against the crowd and had created a TV room rather than a children’s room.

Darren said it was a mistake because a farmhouse – where people would have a lot of guests staying -- needed more bedrooms.

While Shaynna argued their biggest mistake was the cabinetry wall, which was not only unnecessary but had made it difficult to repurpose the space as anything else.

The Block kids room Omar and Oz

Omar and Oz made the questionable decision to instead create a secondary living area instead of a kid's room. Picture: Channel Nine


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Week 8: Hallway, mud room and laundry reveals

TeamScoreRank
Dylan and Jenny271
Rachel and Ryan253
Ankur and Sharon234
Omar and Oz20.55
Tom and Sarah Jane26.52

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's hallway, mud room and laundry

Coming in second place this week, Tom and Sarah Jane managed to impress the judges with their use of tartan, which was lovingly stroked by Shaynna, and their choice of artwork.

Although surprised at the awkward placement of the fireplace and some armchairs in the front entrance the judges were overall impressed with the resulting rooms, with Neil complimenting their ability to fill "super enormous huge" spaces where others have struggled.

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The judges were perplexed at the decision to put a seating area in a hallway. Picture: Channel Nine


Tom Sarah Jane hallway the block

The judges loved the use of artwork to create a gallery vibe. Picture: Channel Nine


Tom Sarah Jane laundry the block

The brick tile was a hit in these functional spaces. Picture: Channel Nine


The stylish mud room in house one. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's hallway, mud room and laundry

Coming in third, Rachel and Ryan's mammoth week failed to produce a finished space, but the judges were positive about their lighting design, storage and some (not all) of the artwork.

Scotty even complimented the pair, saying their house was one of the contenders for best houses on The Block 2022.

Rachel and Ryan hallway the block 2022

After a shaky start, the judges were impressed at the efforts of Rachel and Ryan this week. Picture: Channel Nine


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Rachel and Ryan's laundry had great storage, according to Shaynna. Picture: Channel Nine


Rachel and Ryan mud room the block 2022

With high-tech appliances, the pair even managed to get some kind words from Scotty, who said buyers would love their decision to include a clothes drying cabinet. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's hallway, mud room and laundry

It was all-out war between contestants Ankur and Sharon and their tradies this week, with Sharon making her feelings crystal clear while on the phone with a friend: "“They’re lazy, they don’t want to work past 5 o’clock, they just want to leave, one of them doesn’t want to work on Saturday.”

Despite the ongoing drama the pair did manage to create three spaces this week that were almost complete.

They divided the judges with their design choices, with Neale describing it as 'gothic camp'; Shaynna gasping in horror and Darren deciding he liked it in the end.

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Shaynna called their hallway design "a dog's breakfast". Picture: Channel Nine


Ankur and Sharon laundry the block

The decision to use the same tiles as the ones in the main bathroom was a popular one. Picture: Channel Nine


Ankur and Sharon hallway the block

The styling and colour selections weren't as well-liked. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's hallway, mud room and laundry

The winning couple, Dylan and Jenny, wowed the judges with their spaces this week - finally enough to take out the top spot.

Darren couldn't get enough of their design choices, saying: "That rug is heaven…the flooring is gorgeous…I love these pendant lights…I love their art choice, I love this hallway."

Dylan and Jenny hallway The Block

Straight off the top, Darren loved the hallway. Picture: Channel Nine


Dylan and Jenny mud room The Block

The mud room hit all the right notes. Picture: Channel Nine


Dylan and Jenny laundry The Block

The laundry was a showstopper too, with the styling notes harking back to their kitchen reveal. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's hallway, mud room and laundry

Omar and Oz indeed fell victim to "hell week", so named for the extremely long to-do list for three separate and fiddly spaces.

They struggled with tiling and cupboard installations, but despite this, they managed to impress the judges with the resulting rooms with Neale complimenting the pair on creating a house full of "interesting contrasts".

Shaynna was horrified at the lack of a finished powder room, however, with loose tiles on the floor and no styling whatsoever.

Omar and Oz the block hallway

The judges appreciated the work in the hallway of House 5. Picture: Channel Nine


Omar and Oz the block laundry

Omar and Oz's unfinished laundry space


Omar and Oz the block powder room

Despite the room being completely unfinished, Darren appreciated the tiling choices. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 7: Living Room reveals

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny224$36,294
Rachel and Ryan29.51$38,182
Ankur and Sharon195$60,400
Omar and Oz28.5 (-3 points)3$30,492
Tom and Sarah Jane25.52$61,668

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's living room

The couple had the biggest space to work with this week and, on the whole, the room was a hit because it had the perfect blend of rustic charm and contemporary living.

“I feel like I am staring at a magazine cover. On the cover of a magazine this would sell its socks off,” Neale exclaimed.

Tom sarah jane living room reveal

Blending contemporary living with rustic charm was a great strategy for Tom and Sarah Jane. Picture: Channel Nine


Tom sarah jane living room reveal

The pair's dining space. Picture: Channel Nine


Read the full room reveal article for living room week.

House 2: Rachel and Ryan's living room

Ryan and Rachel finally hit the high notes with their living and dining room.

The couple were awarded perfect scores from both Neale Whitaker and Shaynna Blaze for their efforts.

In fact, Shaynna was so impressed by what she saw that she literally started shouting to the heavens in delight.

“Yes! They’ve done it, they have put home and warmth and personality into this space,” Shaynna shouted as she walked into the room.

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Rachel and Ryan took out the winning spot in the living room reveal week. Picture: Channel Nine


Rachel Ryan living room the block

The pair embraced natural tones and textures, which was rewarded by an almost perfect score. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's living room

It had been an uphill battle for Sharon and Ankur to be able to present anything this week after locking horns yet again with their builders.

Unfortunately, even with a finished stone fireplace, Sharon and Ankur still finished bottom of the pile.

Shaynna liked the couple’s rustic beams and antler lighting but couldn’t see much worth looking at on the ground.

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Ankur and Sharon's living room failed to get any love from the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


Ankur and Sharon living room the block

Not even a stone fireplace could save the pair from being the bottom of the pile. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's living room

The trio of judges were left momentarily lost for words upon entering the room. And not in a good way. Their reactions were a bit of a shock to the system for Jenny who had thought that this week would finally be their turn to shine. How wrong she was.

“It feels kind of ordinary,” Neale said, clearly underwhelmed and confused by the bland and old-fashioned furnishings.

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The judges weren't impressed by Dylan and Jenny's living room. Picture: Channel Nine


Dylan and Jenny living room the block

The space featured a vaulted ceiling and exposed brick wall. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's living room

The piano that Omar and Oz got for a song wasn’t quite the grand design they’d envisaged. Instead, the duo was accused of cheating, penalised three points from their overall score and disqualified from winning simply because their bartering skills were too sharp.

Apparently, The Block guidelines stated that contestants must pay at least 50 per cent of the retail value of anything they put in their rooms.

“You can’t go spending $7000 on a piano and stick it in a room and expect me to let that slide boys,” a stern Scott said.

Omar and Oz living room reveal the block

Omar and Oz copped criticism for their piano on Living Room reveal week. Picture: Channel Nine


Omar and Oz living room reveal the block

Omar and Oz's dining area. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 6: Kitchen reveals

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny28.5~2$24,322
Rachel and Ryan245$20,358
Ankur and Sharon24.54$25,362
Omar and Oz28.5~2$30,492
Tom and Sarah Jane301$31,956

House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane's kitchen

"Wow" just didn't cut it for the judges when it came to Tom and Sarah-Jane's kitchen.

The winners, with three perfect 10s, are Tom and Sarah-Jane, for their freestanding copper-toned range with a built-in pot-filler, double barn doors to their butler’s pantry, rose gold fridge and a mixture of different metals on handles and light-fittings.

“That is mastery,” Darren Palmer says of the $31,956 room.

The Block 2022 kitchen Tom Sarah Jane

The winning kitchen embraced warm copper tones and wood textures. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 kitchen butlers pantry

The butler's pantry. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's kitchen reveal

“It is a kitchen without a soul,” Shaynna Blaze said of the pair's kitchen. “All the boxes have been ticked but I was expecting to see some kind of drama.”

Neale is even harsher.

“This kitchen and its butler’s pantry is a collection of cupboards, drawers and shelves,” he said.

This time though, Ryan and Rachel admit they didn’t present a room they 100 per cent loved themselves.

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The kitchen presented by Rachel and Ryan didn't impress the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


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The all-white butler's pantry presented by Rachel and Ryan. Picture: Channel Nine


Read the full kitchen room reveal article for more.

House 3: Ankur and Sharon's kitchen reveal

Coming in fourth, Ankur and Sharon felt like they were on the up and up again.

Shaynna Blaze said their kitchen was a "pretty grand statement" and Neale Whittaker called it "elegant".

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Sharon and Ankur's kitchen was called elegant by the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


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Sharon and Ankur's butler's pantry. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's kitchen reveal

Dylan and Jenny impressed the judges with their sage-toned kitchen this week. Shaynna Blaze loved the warm tones and textures.

Darren Palmer said "yum" as he ran his hand over the mesh cabinet fronts.

The Block 2022 kitchen reveal Dylan and Jenny

The sage tones and textures were popular with the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 kitchen reveal Dylan and Jenny

Dylan and Jenny's butler's pantry. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's kitchen reveal

Omar and Oz came equal second, despite installing $250,000 worth of appliances you’ve probably never heard of.

They went for polished concrete floors, timber feature ceiling, enormous concrete island with galley sink and built-in bar in their $30,492 kitchen.

It’s unashamedly modern, and dramatic.

The Block 2022 kitchen reveal Omar and Oz

The modern and sleek kitchen presented by Omar and Oz. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 kitchen reveal Omar and Oz

Cool tones and lots of appliances in the butler's pantry. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 5: Guest bedroom and ensuite room reveals

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny24.54$26,459
Rachel and Ryan263$29,642
Ankur and Sharon225$36,635
Omar and Oz292$38,368
Tom and Sarah Jane30 (including bonus point)1$26,613

House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane's guest bedroom and ensuite

It was Sarah-Jane and Tom by a gnome for the win.

Without using their bonus point gnome, the tempestuous twosome’s tartan bedroom and toffee-hued ensuite would have tied for first place with Omar and Oz’s serenely styled rooms.

Tom and Sarah Jane's guest bedroom and ensuite wowed the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


Some controversial wall tiles helped sealed the deal. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's guest bedroom and ensuite

The fact that Omar and Oz finished at all, let alone in second place was a feat in itself considering that less than 24 hours earlier they didn’t have a single tile on the walls.

Somehow, they found the time and energy to get the job done. And true to form, Oz even managed to do some of his signature toilet paper origami.

The Block 2022 Omar and Oz

Omar and Oz had a great week this time around. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block 2022 Omar Oz bathroom

Omar and Oz were edged out for a win. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's guest bedroom and ensuite

Neale didn’t find anything to wow him in Jenny and Dylan’s room either.

Instead, he found something that clearly made his blood run cold – a $2 shower puff attached to the wall by a suction cup.

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The bedroom failed to impress. Picture: Channel Nine


The shower puff made one judge's blood run cold. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's guest bedroom and ensuite

The judges were less impressed with the finishings in Sharon and Ankur’s rooms. To say it’s been a difficult week for the pair would be an understatement.

It’s been one tanty after another as the couple railed against accusations, they weren’t pulling their weight.

At the end of the day, all that time spent weeping, napping on the roadside and storming off the set would have been better spent painting. Or cleaning mirrors. Or sweeping the floors.

On close inspection of their room, Neale said he could see “suggestions of trauma” scattered everywhere, noting the bottle of spray and wipe and vacuum that had been stashed in the cupboard.

Ankur and Sharon's reveal had the judges divided. Picture: Channel Nine


The pink theme continued into the bathroom. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's guest bedroom and ensuite

While the judges were pleased to see Ryan and Rachel taking more risks with their styling choices, Neale felt it was still a little timid.

“There’s no wow factor. No hero,” Neale lamented.

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Rachel and Ryan won the judges over with their bold styling choices. Picture: Channel Nine


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Rachel and Ryan's guest bedroom failed to leave an impression on the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


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Week 4: Main bedroom and walk-in robe room reveal

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny25.5~4$30,358
Rachel and Ryan27.5~4$21,235
Ankur and Sharon282$37,213
Omar and Oz22.51$20,048
Tom and Sarah Jane28.53$21,992

House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane's main bedroom and walk-in robe

Triumph for Tom and Sarah-Jane, who, between hilarious fights, have come up with something the judges love.

Their $26,127 cosy space has a wood-burning stove, olive green feature wall, wainscotting and rattan bed head.

The judges struggle to come up with a single criticism. Shaynna’s the only one who can find one — she thinks the fact the walk-in robe has entirely open shelving and hanging space is impractical given it can be seen from the bed.

Neale gives the room the pair’s first perfect 10.

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A masterful main bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


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The ensuite is accessed via a deluxe walk-in closet. Picture: Channel Nine


Read the complete week four's reveal article.

House 4: Dylan and Jenny's main bedroom and walk-in robe

Jenny and Dylan have spent $25,170 on their main bedroom, where entry is via double doors into a white and timber walk-in robe.

The judges agree that entering a bedroom via a walk-in robe isn’t something that should work, but it does.

Unfortunately the robe’s perfect styling and island isn’t quite matched by what’s behind it.

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Dylan and Jenny's main bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


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A walk-in-robe worth of Carrie Bradshaw. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's main bedroom and walk-in robe

Ryan and Rachel are riding high on the judges’s feedback for their $22,834 room.

Their centrepiece is a stone-stacked fire place, in front of a four poster bed.

A custom-made barn door marks the entry to the walk-in robe.

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Rachel and Ryan's cosy main bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


The walk-in-robe. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's main bedroom and walk-in robe

Ankur and Sharon may have been winners in any other week thanks to their $35,649 glam French-inspired master and walk-in robe.

Sharon has spent $500 at the Salvation Army for a genuine antique bureau and bedside tables and positioned the bed to make the most of views of Mt Macedon.

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Ankur and Sharon's stunning main bedroom. Picture: Channel Nine


The Block wardrobe 2022 Sharon Ankur

A walk-in-robe to remember. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's main bedroom and walk-in robe

Omar and Oz go from heroes to zeros this week.

After the highs of their magnificent ensuite and main bathrooms, they’re languishing at the back of the pack, due to a cluttered $22,560 master bedroom with cheap shelving and an ottoman that blocks the entry to their ensuite.

The judges quite like the way they reused their home’s original fretwork to create an entrance to a study nook, but with the 15 cent brackets, collection of op shop paperbacks, plant and desk, they’ve overcrowded it.

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The judges thought Omar and Oz's main bedroom was cluttered. Picture: Channel Nine


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The walk-in-robe. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 3: Ensuite reveal

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny23.5~4$24,350
Rachel and Ryan23.5~4$27,164
Ankur and Sharon272$32,916
Omar and Oz27.51$25,873
Tom and Sarah Jane263$19,057

House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane's ensuite

The judges had positive things to say about the pair's ensuite reveal, with Darren even breaking into song when he first caught sight of their cheery, green ensuite.

Neale was equally impressed, saying: “What I am feeling again in Tom and Sarah-Jane’s room, and I have felt it several times already in their rooms is confidence. They know exactly how they want their home to feel, and they know exactly how they want their home to feel against that landscape.”

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The judges adored the ensuite from Tom and Sarah Jane. Picture: Getty


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's ensuite

Rather the judges were disappointed to see that the two tradies had failed to finish the room properly.

Little did they know that the Gold Coast couple had been up against it this week thanks to two work stoppages, an AWOL tiler and issues with their tile deliveries.

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Dylan and Jenny's ensuite. Picture: Channel Nine


Catch up on the full ensuite room reveal story here.

House 2: Rachel and Ryan's ensuite

Darren loved the much talked-about splash back tiles, the timber cabinetry and the shower details. He felt the pair were ultimately let down by “oppressive” wall tiles, which marred an otherwise joyful room.

Shaynna agreed, suggesting that if they’d carried the sage green feature tiling in the shower through onto the walls it would have been a “completely different room.”

She also warned them that she would continue to mark them down for sticking to their guns with the modern styling.

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The judges were divided on the pair's ensuite. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's ensuite

While they were delighted by the theatrics and personality of the couple’s styling, Shaynna pointed out that their double-sided fireplace offered a bird’s eye view of someone on the loo from the next-door bedroom.

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Ankur and Sharon's ensuite. Picture: Channel Nine


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An impressive bath, complete with fire. Picture: Channel Nine


House 5: Omar and Oz's ensuite

Omar and Oz were crowned “kings of the bathroom” with a compact, but country club spa-inspired space that left judges Shaynna Blaze and Neale Whitaker moaning and groaning.

Omar and Oz had the judges groaning with pleasure at their ensuite. Picture: Channel Nine


The room came complete with a roof window. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 2: Guest bedroom reveal

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny26.52$12,145
Rachel and Ryan24.53$14,966
Ankur and Sharon26 (+1 bonus point)1$13,403
Omar and Oz23.5~4$10,681
Tom and Sarah Jane23.5~4$8554

House 4: Dylan and Jenny's guest room

Dylan and Jenny went for traditional country styling on their guest bedroom and the judges lapped it up with Neale Whittaker exclaiming, "I want that bedspread!"

House 2: Rachel and Ryan's guest room

Wanting this pair to get 'more country', the judges loved the timber panelling featured on the guest bedroom wall.

House 3: Ankur and Sharon's guest room

Taking out top spot this week, Ankur and Sharon came back from a fairly catastrophic week prior.

"This is a charming room full of beautiful traditional touches and a lovely colour palette" said Darren.

House 5: Omar and Oz's guest room

Failing to impress this week, Omar and Oz were too busy planning for next week even to bother laying carpet.

Shaynna Blaze worried it wouldn't work in a cool climate.

House 1: Tom and Sarah Jane's guest room

The judges were impressed with the sophistication shown by Tom and Sarah Jane in their guest bedrooms.

Muted tones and a warm palette helped Tom and Sarah Jane wow the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


Week 1: Main bathroom reveal

TeamScoreRankSpent
Dylan and Jenny25.5~2$28,003
Rachel and Ryan23.54$33,211
Ankur and Sharon20.55$29,693
Omar and Oz261$20,599
Tom and Sarah Jane25.5~2$22,722

House 5: Omar and Oz's main bathroom

This reveal, the first one for 2022 saw underdogs Omar and Oz take out top spot.

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Omar and Oz wowed the judges with their first reveal of the competition. Picture: Channel Nine


House 1: Tom and Sarah-Jane's main bathroom

Tom and Sarah Jane impressed the judges with their blend of old and new.

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Tom and Sarah Jane's bathroom reveal. Picture: Channel Nine


House 3: Ankur and Sharon's main bathroom

This reveal saw a Neighbour's star reduced to tears.

Admitting that House three was her favourite property on The Block this year, Shaynna ranted that Sharon and Ankur were not showing the “old dame” the respect she deserved with their choices.

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Sharon and Ankur's bathroom didn't impress the judges. Picture: Channel Nine


House 4: Dylan and Jenny's main bathroom

Sharing second place, both Jenny and Dylan, and Sara-Jane and Tom’s bathrooms nailed the blend of old and new.

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Dylan and Jenny's bathroom. Picture: Channel Nine


House 2: Rachel and Ryan's main bathroom

Despite going into their first challenge late but hugely confident, Ryan and Rachel’s hopes of winning were dashed.

Mostly because they hadn’t been privy to the challenge room feedback that the judges were looking for rooms that honoured the home’s heritage.

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Rachel and Ryan hadn't had the inside scoop, which dashed their chances of winning. Picture: Channel Nine


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