Kerrie Charter and Spence Thomson received the first perfect score of the season for their impressive kitchen transformation at The Block this week.
The host of Channel Nine, Scotty Cam, announced that the South Australian couple won the cooking week after getting the hundred perfect jurors from the panel of judges.
With a total standout of 30 out of 30, the duo received $ 10,000 for their efforts, which included high-end appliances, a large butler's pantry and a "perfect" style during the Sunday night episode.
& # 39; This is paradise! & # 39; Kerrie and Spence (pictured) of the block receive the first perfect score of the season in their kitchen, getting perfect scores from the panel of judges in the Sunday night episode
"Getting 30 out of 30 was a huge achievement for us." Spence exclaimed.
& # 39; First perfect score! & # 39; Kerrie, 49, added.
The B & B owners of the Barossa Valley received enthusiastic reviews from the judges during their revelation of the room.
Judges Darren Palmer and Shaynna Blaze appeared to be immediately impressed by the bank of monoliths composed of aerated concrete by Caesarstone.
I can not stop in one place. This is out of town! Shaynna stated as she ran her hands through the kitchen Bank.
"And he has that beautiful finish at home that is now great." We just love and adore. It's just hot!
& # 39; It's just … hot! & # 39; The judges, Darren Palmer and Shaynna Blaze, seemed immediately impressed with Caesarstone's monolith.
& # 39; Complies with each appliance box & # 39 ;: the elegant kitchen includes a wine cooler with glass door, a huge double door refrigerator, coffee maker and multiple ovens
The judges marveled at the high-end appliances in the Gaggenau and Sub Zero kitchen area, which Shaynna recalled that the couple won after "opening the safe."
The elegant kitchen includes a wine cooler with glass door, a huge double door fridge, coffee maker and multiple ovens.
"Mark all the boxes of appliances," announced Neale Whitaker.
Winning kitchen: Neale also raved about the dark-stained "integrated seats" located at the end of the bench, sharing: "These must be custom made Shaynna!"
"They think you could sell the appliances and buy another house!" Scotty Cam told the couple.
Neale also raved about the "embedded seats" of dark-stained wood located at the end of the bench, sharing: "These must be custom made Shaynna!"
& # 39; Well, it's actually molded in my ass, so it's very, very comfortable! & # 39; Shaynna said.
& # 39; Perfect style & # 39 ;: the interior designer called the design & # 39; perfect & # 39; and he was enthusiastic about placing the crushed garlic, the recipe book and the olive oil in the bank.
The interior designer said the style was "perfect" and complemented the placement of crushed garlic, recipe book and olive oil in the bank.
The space also included a modern butler's pantry complete with microwave, dishwasher, two-sided compartment, sink and an illuminated display cabinet.
The corporate-looking pantry was outfitted with beautifully finished hardwood floors, painted shelves and sophisticated circular trays.
Luxury pantry: the corporate-looking pantry was outfitted with beautifully finished hardwood floors, painted shelves and sophisticated circular trays
& # 39; For anyone who loves to cook (and) entertain … this is paradise! & # 39; Neale stated.
Meanwhile, the judges criticized Courtney and Hans for their "dislocated" space. and the pantry of badly placed butlers.
Neale said he felt that the "polarized" kitchen was "dislocated" from the living and entertainment area.
Meanwhile, the judges criticized Courtney and Hans for their "dislocated" space. and the badly located butler's pantry
Last place: the kitchen featured cabinets with champagne shades, a floating board, satin-zen light switches and high-end appliances
Darren also criticized the pantry of strangely placed butlers of renovation novices who subsequently blocked the windows so they would not emit natural light into the kitchen.
& # 39; Do not you want to play with any natural source of light instead of separating that from the rest of the room? & # 39; Darren asked.
The aviation couple obtained the lowest score of the judges, finishing the 24
The kitchen featured champagne-toned cabinets, a floating bench top, satin-zen light switches, and high-end appliances.
In terms of style, the couple presented a series of quirky elements, such as figures of flames and works of art.
Second place! & # 39; Villain & # 39; Sara Vale and her husband Hayden took second place with an excellent score of 28.5 after the couple's horror of negative comments
Elegant: the elegant kitchen features a series of elegant details that include a sculpted extractor hood, a bench seat with window (with additional storage space), backlighting boards, round hanging accessories and black wire stools
Melbourne chic! The cooking area is oriented towards the window of almost one floor, covered with elegant white transparent curtains
& # 39; Villain & # 39; Sara Vale and her husband Hayden took second place with an excellent score of 28.5 after the series of negative comments from the pair.
The elegant kitchen has several elegant details, such as a sculpted extractor hood, a window stool (with additional storage space), backlit mirrored panels, round hanging fixtures and black wire stools.
The kitchen area is oriented towards the almost one story window, covered with elegant white transparent curtains.
Third place: Couple from Queensland, Norma and Jess tied with Bianca and Carla in third place, earning 26.5 points
Couple from Queensland, Norm and Jess tied with Bianca and Carla in third place, taking 26.5.
The self-proclaimed bogans captivated the judges with their contemporary yet luxurious cuisine.
It was so impressive that the judges rated the kitchen area as "one of the most beautiful kitchens they have seen on the show."
& # 39; One of the prettiest kitchens you have ever seen in the show & # 39 ;: happy judges rated the kitchen area as one of the most beautiful kitchens you have seen in the show & # 39;
Luxe: the kitchen is equipped with a thick marble bench table, burnt orange leather stools, high-gloss black ovens and vases full of expensive (off-season) pink peonies
The kitchen is equipped with a thick marble work table, burnt orange leather stools, high gloss black ovens and vases filled with expensive pink peonies (out of season).
The couple even included automated voice plumbing that Judge Darren gave during the review.
The designer activated and turned off the kitchen faucet with black matte finish with an Amazon Echo device, Alexa.
"We are the only apartment with automated voice plumbing, so we hope that this is something buyers remember at the end of the day," explained Jess.
High technology! The pair even included automated voice plumbing that Judge Darren gave a test during the review
Third place: Pro-netballers, Bianca and Carla (pictured) tied with Queensland, Norm and Jess in third place, taking 26.5
Meanwhile, the pro-netballers, Bianca and Carla surprised the judges once again with their lighting options.
The kitchen had a series of decorative ceiling lights that, according to Darren, looked like an "exclamation point".
Elsewhere, the kitchen area was decorated with a matte finish work table composed of impressive Cloudburst concrete.
& # 39; Exclamation Point Lighting & # 39 ;: the kitchen featured a series of decorative ceiling lights that, according to Darren, looked like an 'exclamation point'
O'clock! Carla and Bianca captivated the judges once again with their lighting options
It also featured a futuristic touch-activated stove, high-gloss black appliances and integrated refrigerators integrated into the cabinet.
The corporate-style kitchen includes several contemporary highlights, such as metal stools, tall transparent curtains and a beautiful study corner.
The butler's clean, modern pantry featured a dishwasher, cabinets, and plenty of storage space.
Corporate: the corporate style kitchen includes a number of contemporary highlights including metallic stools, tall transparent curtains and a cute corner of the studio