The Block NZ Auction Grand Final is here! Take a look at the finished builds
Three’s The Block NZ has returned to our screens for The Block NZ Auction Grand Final on Sunday 14 November, and it’s worth the wait. Set in Auckland’s aspirational inner-west suburb of Point Chevalier, the reality DIY and renovation show delivered on its promise to give block-a-holics a season that was bigger and better than ever. Now, with the ultimate finale fast approaching, we check out some of the room highlights from this season.
Tune in to @TheBlockNZ Auction Grand Final, Sunday 7pm on @Three and ThreeNow.
Room highlights from the four teams:
The Orange Team: Meg & Dan
Canterbury husband and wife duo Meg & Dan got off to a roaring start and as the season developed, so did their colour palette. A definitive highlight of the couple’s work on the show was their stunning Japandi master bedroom, complete with batten feature wall in Resene Stack. They used Resene Black White on the surrounding walls and polished off the look with stunning cherry blossoms from the Resene Wallpaper Collection CR75502.
The Purple Team: Connie & Rach
Fun mums Connie & Rach went for a luxe look in their home, with Resene Barely There throughout the interiors and accents of gold and marble. The first room Connie & Rach created together, the family bathroom, proved to be a smash hit with the judges and the subsequent rooms they created together were equally as light and bright..
The Yellow Team: Dylan & Keegan
Greymouth born ‘chalk and cheese’ brothers Dylan & Keegan proved that corporate could be cosy in their home designed for an executive couple. They created a moody haven in their lounge with a feature wall in deep Resene Coast, surrounding walls in Resene Eighth Truffle and ceiling and trim in Resene Alabaster.
The Blue Team: Tim & Arthur
Auckland mates Tim & Arthur’s talent grew in leaps and bounds over the course of the season, culminating in their beautifully presented backyard space. Complete with a cosy firepit, the pair gave new meaning to the word sophistication, with a dark exterior in Resene CoolColour Element and an interior colour palette that featured a base of crisp Resene Black White.
Check out the previous weeks here:
Meg & Dan used a statement wallpaper Resene Wallpaper Collection 5223-2 which they paired with walls and the ceiling in Resene Black White.
This season of Three’s The Block NZ promises to be quite colourful if the first room reveal is anything to go by. The Guest Bedrooms revealed in last Sunday’s episode of the hit Three reality show featured striking Resene Wallpaper Collection 5223-2, a bold Resene Ayers Rock tongue and groove feature wall and an immersive Resene Waiouru painted bedroom – and the feedback from the judges was just as bright.
Tim & Arthur used crisp Resene Black White on the walls and ceiling of their winning bedroom, which they paired with colourful beach-themed decals and décor.
Another exciting week on Three’s The Block NZ saw the four teams create five colourful Kid’s Bedrooms. With $7000 on the line, the teams continued to up the ante treating Block-a-holics to rooms with bold Resene wallpapers and colours.
Connie & Rach’s winning family bathroom continued the theme of their house with a luxurious atmosphere and gold décor. Resene Barely There on the ceiling and trim complements the marble tiling and reflects the light from the skylights.
Family Bathroom Week on Three’s The Block NZ proved to be one of the biggest weeks to date. The week was interrupted when New Zealand was plunged into level four lockdown, and the site had to shut down. One year on, almost all of the teams were back and ready to build, with the exception of a new member for Team Purple, Connie, joining Rach in House 1.
Meg & Dan’s master bedroom paired a relaxing feature wall in Resene Stack with bright Resene Black White on the surrounding walls, trim and ceiling. The cherry blossom design on Resene Wallpaper Collection CR75502 brings in natural elements and gives the room a Japandi feel.
This week saw the teams on Three’s The Block NZ vying for a massive $10,000 prize for their master bedrooms, ensuites & wardrobes. With some clever building skills and creative use of Resene paint, the teams turned their master bedrooms into cosy havens. Elegant white Resene Barely There and Resene Black White were back this week, and some teams went bold with colour, incorporating greens such as Resene Green Spring and Resene Haven into the mix.
Block-a-holics were treated to another week of creativity on Three’s The Block NZ. Living Room Week took the competition to new heights, with some of the cathedral-like spaces transformed in Resene Coast and Resene Double Ash.
Up for grabs this week was the room reveal prize of $7,000, as well as $10,000 worth of exterior painting by a Resene Eco Decorator. Dinner Wars brought the heat, with teams ‘playing the game’ and scoring each other zero points. After a rescoring round, Dylan & Keegan took out the Resene Eco Decorator prize.
Marble accents and a minimalist approach in Tim & Arthur’s kitchen complemented the walls, ceiling, and trim in Resene Black White.
The teams were busy cooking up some creative designs on Three’s The Block NZ this week as they tackled their kitchen & dining rooms. With a packed schedule and grand rooms to finish, the teams worked hard to create elegant kitchens with a dash of snowy Resene Black White and a splash of fresh Resene Barely There.
The high ceilings of Dylan & Keegan’s winning family room are accentuated by the Resene Middle Earth feature wall and Rockcote Clay Decor fireplace supplied by Resene Construction Systems with a base colour of Resene Truffle. The Rockcote Clay Décor fireplace is a hand-applied clay plaster finish over plasterboard with a strata effect to emulate layered earth. The surrounding walls are in Resene Eighth Truffle with Resene Alabaster on the ceiling and trim.
What a week on Three’s The Block NZ! The teams were under the pump to finish their family rooms and used luscious green Resene Middle Earth and elegant Resene Stack to create some sophisticated spaces.
The $7000 prize up for grabs was the talk of The Block NZ the past few episodes, with budgets tight and time running out. A give and take challenge saw the teams exchange colourful Resene testpots for a chance to win an additional point. In an exchange of moody greens, Meg & Dan received Resene Rivergum while Tim & Arthur were given Resene Paddock green to incorporate into their family room. Resene FX Metallic tinted to Resene Gold Dust was given to Connie & Rach and Dylan & Keegan/Maddy received Resene Blue Chill.
The skyscraper heights of the hallways were a tall order this week on Three’s The Block NZ as the teams raced to complete their entrances, stairs, hallways & powder rooms. With a prize of $7000 on the line, some creative and inspiring spaces were created with elegant Resene greys including Resene Pumice and Resene Longitude. One team took things to the next level with paintable Anaglypta wallpaper - Resene Wallpaper Collection RD7100 - painted in Resene Pumice.
A fresh spring feel was created in Meg & Dan’s do over room which became an elegant teenage girl’s room with Resene Black White on the ceiling and lower wall and Megalicious, Meg’s combination of Resene Green Spring, Resene Black White and Resene Stack, on the upper wall.
This was the week for second chances and do overs for the teams on Three’s The Block NZ as they inched closer towards the finish line. The teams were given the opportunity to paint over the past and improve on their choice of room, creating jaw-dropping spaces with Resene Ayers Rock and Resene Green Spring.
Tim & Arthur’s walls in Resene Black White perfectly complement their creative artwork and functional workspace.
It was the week to win this week on Three’s The Block NZ. With $7000 up for grabs and the chance to remove another team from room reveal, the teams created some showstopping garages & laundries using a range of dreamy Resene neutrals, including Resene Barely There and Resene Alabaster.
Dylan & Keegan created a cosy courtyard with an outdoor fireplace built into a Rockcote Integra lightweight concrete structural wall supplied by Resene Construction Systems painted with Resene Truffle. Their house’s exterior is in Resene CoolColour Element. The dark fence in Resene Woodsman Crowshead complements the team’s colour choices.
Week eleven on Three’s The Block NZ saw the teams venturing into the outdoors to create some jaw-dropping courtyards & balconies. With looming deadlines and tight spaces, the teams rallied to finish their decks, fences and outdoor living areas. Their home’s exteriors also got a refresh with bold Resene paint, including Resene Element, Resene Half Athens Grey and Resene Zircon.
Tim & Arthur brought their backyard space to a whole new level with a sophisticated firepit and seating that complemented their dark exterior in Resene CoolColour Element.
The final week on Three’s The Block NZ saw the teams put the finishing touches on their outdoor spaces. Their garden creations popped against their elegant houses in Resene Element, Resene Half Athens Grey and Resene Zircon and left the judges wowed.
Published: 11 Nov 2021
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