teph and Gian blew us away again, their on point styling carried through from last week and the judges thought so too. Taking another win, the couple’s double desk room demonstrated the multi-faceted needs of a work, relax and extra guest space all in one. The ‘slick’ space was enhanced with our Petra cushion and matching throw - already a best seller - that’s now winning over the hearts of Australia too.
Continuing a very neutral palette throughout their home, couple Kyle and Leslie placed second with what the judges coined as “selling the dream.” We admire the less is more look but if we had to critique we would have opted for a few more storage options in this space and perhaps a more suitable desk chair. Overall, the look and feel of this room dripping in natural light is beautiful.
Kyle and Leslie’s WFH room.
Couple Kristy and Brett came in at third place after the judges thought they took the brief too literally and created a corporate office. We must disagree with them here as it pushes the limits of what a work from home space can mean. They’ve created a space where actual meetings could take place and company was more than welcomed. We love this room and if it were our office everyday, we wouldn’t complain!
Kristy and Bretts WFH room.
Tying in last place was couple Leah and Ash with duo Eliza and Liberty, polar opposite spaces but placing we can agree on. Leah and Ash’s room feels far too dark and moody to be a space for everyday work and another opportunity missed for a guest bedroom could be a big mistake for the pair.
Leah and Ash’s WFH room.
On the opposite end of this, Eliza and Liberty trickled too far down the guest bedroom route and veered off from the WFH space they needed to deliver for a win. We admired the riskful contrasting tones of the room tied together with our Marco throw though.