A look inside the largest living and dining areas in the history of The Block

From ornate ceilings, a remote-controlled bar to design indigenous furniture: a look inside the largest living and dining areas in the history of The Block ... while Courtney and Hans win the room reveals (their space is in the Photo)

It was easily one of the most stressful weeks for the contestants of The Block, who had to complete their living rooms and dining rooms in their apartments, the largest rooms in the program's history.

And in the episode on Sunday, the room reveals that it took place, with seasoned renovators Courtney and her husband Hans winning the week.

From ornate ceilings, a remote-controlled bar for furnishing indigenous furniture, take a look inside the living room and the dining room of the teams.

From ornate ceilings, a remote-controlled bar to design indigenous furniture: a look inside the largest living and dining areas in the history of The Block ... while Courtney and Hans win the room reveals (their space is in the Photo)

From ornate ceilings, a remote-controlled bar to design indigenous furniture: a look inside the largest living and dining areas in the history of The Block … while Courtney and Hans win the room reveals (their space is in the Photo)

Winners! Courtney and Hans (pictured) opted for a modern style and a feeling of spaciousness and aeration in their living room and dining room, painting their space in white and completing it with white curtains and blinds

Winners! Courtney and Hans (pictured) opted for a modern style and a feeling of spaciousness and aeration in their living room and dining room, painting their space in white and completing it with white curtains and blinds

Winners! Courtney and Hans (pictured) opted for a modern style and a feeling of spaciousness and aeration in their living room and dining room, painting their space in white and completing it with white curtains and blinds

Courtney and Hans opted for a modern look and a sense of light in their living and dining room, painting their space in white and completing it with white blinds and curtains.

They completed the area with light wood floors and created two rest areas, one of them with a formal living area complete with a remote control.

His dining table was a wooden table with luxurious green velvet chairs, while his second living room was completed with tan leather sofas.

That is unique! They completed the area with light wood floors and created two resting areas, one of them with a formal living area complete with a bar with remote control

That is unique! They completed the area with light wood floors and created two resting areas, one of them with a formal living area complete with a bar with remote control

That is unique! They completed the area with light wood floors and created two resting areas, one of them with a formal living area complete with a bar with remote control

Luxe: His dining table was a wooden table with luxurious green velvet chairs, while his second living room was completed with toasty leather sofas

Luxe: His dining table was a wooden table with luxurious green velvet chairs, while his second living room was completed with toasty leather sofas

Luxe: His dining table was a wooden table with luxurious green velvet chairs, while his second living room was completed with toasty leather sofas

The couple placed a series of works of art throughout the space for a touch of color.

After scoring the win, finishing with 27.5 points out of 30, Courtney said they were shocked.

"Wow, that was not expected at all," Courtney told the camera.

Hans added: "I can not believe we've accomplished that. It was incredible ".

The couple beat the former athletes Bianca and Carla by only half a point.

Modern: In the photo is the living and dining area of ​​Bianca and Carla, which has light wood floors, gray walls and black transparent curtains, giving it a modern and elegant atmosphere

Modern: In the photo is the living and dining area of ​​Bianca and Carla, which has light wood floors, gray walls and black transparent curtains, giving it a modern and elegant atmosphere

Modern: In the photo is the living and dining area of ​​Bianca and Carla, which has light wood floors, gray walls and black transparent curtains, giving it a modern and elegant atmosphere

In the money! The girls (in the photo) completed the area with a tan sofa, a light wood dining table with gray chairs and a highlighted blue paint

In the money! The girls (in the photo) completed the area with a tan sofa, a light wood dining table with gray chairs and a highlighted blue paint

In the money! The girls (in the photo) completed the area with a tan sofa, a light wood dining table with gray chairs and a highlighted blue paint

The living room and dining room presented light wood floors, gray walls and black transparent curtains, which gave it a modern and elegant atmosphere.

They completed the area with a cinnamon-colored sofa, a light wood dining table with gray chairs and a prominent blue paint.

Meanwhile, Jess and Norm finished with 25 points, completing their space with features that include an olive tree, a floating fireplace and indigenous furniture, including a custom-made coffee table.

Relaxing: Jess and Norm finished in 25 points, completing their space (in the photo) with features that include an olive tree, a floating fireplace and indigenous furniture, including a custom coffee table

Relaxing: Jess and Norm finished in 25 points, completing their space (in the photo) with features that include an olive tree, a floating fireplace and indigenous furniture, including a custom coffee table

Relaxing: Jess and Norm finished in 25 points, completing their space (in the photo) with features that include an olive tree, a floating fireplace and indigenous furniture, including a custom coffee table

They are trying! Jess and Norm (in the photo) used light wood floors, white transparent curtains and furniture that includes navy blue chairs and a tan sofa.

They are trying! Jess and Norm (in the photo) used light wood floors, white transparent curtains and furniture that includes navy blue chairs and a tan sofa.

They are trying! Jess and Norm (in the photo) used light wood floors, white transparent curtains and furniture that includes navy blue chairs and a tan sofa.

They used light wood floors, white curtains and furniture, including navy blue chairs and a brown sofa.

Judge Shaynna Blaze was not a fan of space and was "absolutely horrified" that judges Darren Palmer and Neale Whitaker loved the fireplace.

She said the fireplace had the "worst location I've seen".

It is striking: in the photo is the custom-made Indigenous coffee table

It is striking: in the photo is the custom-made Indigenous coffee table

It is striking: in the photo is the custom-made Indigenous coffee table

Luxe: Kerrie and Spence finished with 25 points out of 30, and completed their room (pictured) with impressive coffered ceilings

Luxe: Kerrie and Spence finished with 25 points out of 30, and completed their room (pictured) with impressive coffered ceilings

Luxe: Kerrie and Spence finished with 25 points out of 30, and completed their room (pictured) with impressive coffered ceilings

Ouch: Shaynna was not very fanatical, however, comparing it to a "nineties boardroom"

Ouch: Shaynna was not very fanatical, however, comparing it to a "nineties boardroom"

Ouch: Shaynna was not very fanatical, however, comparing it to a "nineties boardroom"

Kerrie and Spence finished with 25 points out of 30, and completed their room with impressive coffered ceilings.

They filled the space with a dark wood table with luxurious green chairs and white and brown sofas.

However, Shaynna was not very fanatical, comparing it to a "nineties boardroom."

They did it: Kerrie and Spence are in the photo, who almost did not finish their space and threatened to leave the show.

They did it: Kerrie and Spence are in the photo, who almost did not finish their space and threatened to leave the show.

They did it: Kerrie and Spence are in the photo, who almost did not finish their space and threatened to leave the show.

Chic: Block villain Sara and her husband Hayden can not seem to take a break and scored the lowest of the contestants this week, scoring only 23 points for their space (pictured)

Chic: Block villain Sara and her husband Hayden can not seem to take a break and scored the lowest of the contestants this week, scoring only 23 points for their space (pictured)

Chic: Block villain Sara and her husband Hayden can not seem to take a break and scored the lowest of the contestants this week, scoring only 23 points for their space (pictured)

Block villain Sara and her husband Hayden can not seem to take a break and scored the lowest of the contestants this week, scoring only 23 points.

They opted for a simpler design, completing their room with white walls and transparent curtains and wooden floors.

They had a dark wood dining table with navy blue chairs, and a light gray sofa and matching carpet.

Although the judges liked the design, they were not fans of the electric fireplace and in general they thought the space was quite simple and boring.

Better luck next time! The couple (in the photo) opted for a simpler design, completing their room with white walls and transparent curtains and wooden floors

Better luck next time! The couple (in the photo) opted for a simpler design, completing their room with white walls and transparent curtains and wooden floors

Better luck next time! The couple (in the photo) opted for a simpler design, completing their room with white walls and transparent curtains and wooden floors

You like? Although the judges liked the design, they were not fans of the electric fireplace and in general they thought the space was quite simple and boring.

You like? Although the judges liked the design, they were not fans of the electric fireplace and in general they thought the space was quite simple and boring.

You like? Although the judges liked the design, they were not fans of the electric fireplace and in general they thought the space was quite simple and boring.

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