The Block NZ: Take a look inside Connie and Rach’s house, room by room

The fate of The Block NZ’s 4 groups and their residences is last but not

The fate of The Block NZ’s 4 groups and their residences is last but not least being resolved.

The Covid-19 lockdown pressured the competition’s stay auction to be postponed from its first September 5 date, but they have now absent under the hammer, with the effects to be exposed in the grand last demonstrate at 7pm this Sunday, November 14, on A few.

The 4 Pt Chevalier residences renovated by groups Connie and Rach, Meg and Dan, Dylan and Keegan, and Tim and Arty are envisioned to fetch the best volume of any Block house to day.

Connie and Rach of Team Purple.

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Connie and Rach of Crew Purple.

We communicate a glance by the 4 team’s homes, area by area, starting off with Workforce Purple’s Residence 1.

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The entry and stairwell

The living area

This was the winner in living room week. The judges loved the tall olive tree and the overall feeling of sumptuousness.

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This was the winner in dwelling home 7 days. The judges loved the tall olive tree and the all round feeling of sumptuousness.

The kitchen

This is Connie and Rach's kitchen. We think it's pretty nice, apart from the clash of the gold sink and brass tapware. But the judges were not impressed.

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This is Connie and Rach’s kitchen. We consider it is very wonderful, aside from the clash of the gold sink and brass tapware. But the judges were being not impressed.

This is Connie and Rach's revised breakfast nook. The rug is a great choice.

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This is Connie and Rach’s revised breakfast nook. The rug is a good choice.

The dining space

Connie and Rach re-did their dining room, adding a new timber table-top. Their original mirrored wall and dried-flower light fixture also went - and they got a thumbs-up from the judges.

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Connie and Rach re-did their eating room, incorporating a new timber table-top. Their initial mirrored wall and dried-flower mild fixture also went – and they got a thumbs-up from the judges.

The learn bedroom

Connie and Rach's master bedroom has an overpowering headboard and boring bed linen, but we love the concrete-effect of the wall on the left.

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Connie and Rach’s learn bedroom has an overpowering headboard and tedious bed linen, but we really like the concrete-influence of the wall on the left.

The judges were not fans of the dried flower arrangements.

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The judges have been not enthusiasts of the dried flower arrangements.

Connie and Rach's ensuite has lovely tiles, and the double shower is a plus.

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Connie and Rach’s ensuite has pretty tiles, and the double shower is a as well as.

Teenage girl’s home

Connie and Rach's sophisticated teenage girl's room. The forest green, dusky pink and white tones work brilliantly together. And we love the panelling on the walls. All very grown up.

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Connie and Rach’s subtle teenage girl’s space. The forest eco-friendly, dusky pink and white tones work brilliantly collectively. And we appreciate the panelling on the walls. All quite developed up.

Details make the difference – there's a lot to appreciate in the girls' room.

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Specifics make the difference – there is a good deal to enjoy in the girls’ space.

The spouse and children bathroom

Large format marble-look tiles in Connie and Rach's family bathroom wowed judges.

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Significant structure marble-seem tiles in Connie and Rach’s loved ones bathroom wowed judges.

Connie and Rach won the family bathroom reveal, despite their room being unfinished.

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Connie and Rach gained the family bathroom reveal, even with their home being unfinished.

The guest bed room

The bed setting is well styled and the headboard is attractive.

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The bed setting is properly styled and the headboard is eye-catching.

The family place

This is Connie and Rach's mezzanine family room, with its glass floor feature.

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This is Connie and Rach’s mezzanine family members room, with its glass floor attribute.

The powder space

The girls' powder room is an attractive space, but that tile looks very like the one Meg and Dan have in their family room.

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The girls’ powder home is an appealing place, but that tile looks extremely like the one Meg and Dan have in their loved ones room.

The courtyard

This is Connie and Rach's outdoor living area. The timber pergola was criticised by Chris for looking unfinished. But all the judges admired the planting.

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This is Connie and Rach’s outdoor dwelling location. The timber pergola was criticised by Chris for hunting unfinished. But all the judges admired the planting.

Connie and Rach have another barbecue on their front deck (left). Their seating area at the rear is bare, with no table.

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Connie and Rach have one more barbecue on their front deck (remaining). Their seating place at the rear is bare, with no table.

The garage

The laundry in Connie and Rach's garage is perfectly adequate. All the garages are carpeted.

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The laundry in Connie and Rach’s garage is correctly enough. All the garages are carpeted.

Connie and Rach commission a stunning mural for their garage, but the judges didn’t see a visual tie-up with the rest of the house. The coat hanger is Meg and Dan's artwork gift to the team.

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Connie and Rach fee a gorgeous mural for their garage, but the judges didn’t see a visible tie-up with the relaxation of the home. The coat hanger is Meg and Dan’s artwork gift to the group.