Seriously at this point, I question how the teams are able to get their work done, because it seems the drama never stops.
Anyway, back to what’s important, the room reveals!
Ronnie and Georgia
Spending $37,418, Shaynna loved Ronnie and Georgia’s hallway/art gallery. The space was functional and the attic added extra value to the home. Their laundry also had a lot of storage, so all in all, the couples did well.
Mitch and Mark
The couple spent $25,092 and unlike last week, Mitch and Mark impressed the judges. The glass floor above the basement was a nice touch, and the photos in the bedroom hallway were beautiful. While the laundry looked stunning, the washing machine and dryer were in the wrong place. But overall, it was a good week for the two.
Tanya and Vito
The judges loved Tanya and Vitos work from home area, which looked out to the living and dining room. But they did think the artwork the couple chose looked cheap. The laundry room was also quite small compared to the others, but despite some errors, the judges were impressed. They spent $34,138 in total.
Josh and Luke
Josh and Luke disappointed the judges with their unfinished space. Their powder room was too small, and it felt as if the two have given up on the entire project. They spent $29,504.
Kirsty and Jesse
Spending $44,428 Kirsty and Jesse had another incredible week. The Hamptons style entrance seriously impressed the judges and they loved the hallway with the traditional chandelier. The laundry room was also perfect and functional.
In the end, Kirsty and Jesse took home the prize, winning $10,000 plus an extra $10,000 from Mitre 10.
This article originally appeared on POPSUGAR Australia.