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life after The Block: Dee and Darren's latest home project

Beautiful modern white kitchen with sky lights and breakfast bar // life after The Block: Dee and Darren's latest home project

The dark ceiling was inspired by a project on *The Block*. “It gives the bathroom a cosy feel, with a little bit of drama,” Marilla says. **Basin** and **tapware** from [Swan Street Sales](http://www.swanstreet.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). Wall **tiles** from [Moorabbin Tile](http://www.moorabbintile.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank").: [object Object]

The dark ceiling was inspired by a project on *The Block*. “It gives the bathroom a cosy feel, with a little bit of drama,” Marilla says. Basin and tapware from Swan Street Sales. Wall tiles from Moorabbin Tile

This office space which is part of a family home featured on Inside Out caught our eye because of its charcoal grey wood panelling and the space for two people to work comfortably side by side. The rest of the room has been kept neutral which makes the charcoal wall really pop and the inclusion of personal pieces gives a lived in feel.

The Block's Dee and Darren show off their charming family home. Photography by Armelle Habib. Styling by Deanne Jolly. From the November 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine.

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