The Block NZ: Teams reveal their master bedrooms

The teams unveiled their master bedrooms on Sunday's episode of the reality show.
The Block NZ

The fourth week of The Block NZ was a drama-filled one. Allegations emerged of Julia and Ali breaking the rules and an all-out tradie war was waged between all teams.

While the twins eventually escaped heavy punishment for their rule-breaking after they finally owned up to what they had done, there was still drama aplenty with the reveal of each team’s master bedrooms and ensuites for the week.

The brief was for a sophisticated and calming hideaway from the world that included a wallpaper feature. While Stace and Yanita took a big risk with their bold choice of layout that spanned the whole length of the house, it was Hamilton dads Andy and Nate who triumphed on the day.

Watch some of the drama unfold below and scroll to take a tour through the master bedrooms and ensuites.

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The twins lie about drinking and sneaking out on The Block NZ

Julia and Ali: The twins took a risk with their forest feature wall.

The bedside lights help to make the room pop.

The twins decided to use the same statement diamond tiles and gold tap ware from their first winning bathroom.

The bathroom was a hit with the judges.

Andy and Nate: The Hamilton dads continued their signature colour effect into the master bedroom, using a bold blue on three-quarters of the wall.

An earthy colour palette was chosen for the bedlinen, with a vintage French gym mat making up the bedhead.

The design was a hit with the judges, who scored Andy and Nate the highest this week.

Stace and Yanita: The Palmerston North BFFs have used a signature blue colour throughout their room reveals.

This week, they got creative with the floor plan, placing a walk-in wardrobe in between the bedroom and ensuite.

The team balanced their punchy feature wall by keeping the rest of the room bright and airy.

A view through to Stace and Yanita’s ensuite.

The master bedroom ensuite.

Matte black tapware features in the wet room.

Ling and Zing: After a couple of tough weeks, the brothers from Christchurch were looking to lift their game.

he boys stuck to their usual colour palette of soft greys and neutrals.

The textured tile added a nice touch to Ling and Zing’s ensuite.

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