The Block finale is just a few days away and each apartment is expected to fetch between $1.8 and $2.2 million when they go up for auction in Port Melbourne.
And each winning buyer is expected to get way more for their money than they thought, with $120,000 worth of furnishings to be included in each apartment.
Domain has revealed just how much some of the items in each apartment has cost along the series and some of them are way more than we could ever afford.
Julie and Sasha’s beautiful home will come with $20,000 locked in a safe as well as an array of premium products.
In the bedroom a Incy Interiors rose gold queen bed ($1,699) takes centre-stage with a Globewest side table ($415) to boot.
Six Globewest velvet chairs ($395 each) stand out in the dining area while an Art Club Concept framed picture, $129.95 decorates the utility room.
The living room comes with another Globewest product, a coffee table, valued at $1730. Karlie and Will’s apartment includes a Display Makers handmade timber feature wall ($1500) and Larissa Lee ‘Cooling Twilight’ artwork ($1900).
A replica Heracleum lamp by Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders $900 adds stunning light while the dining room boasts an impressive clock print by The Little Big Deal ($290).
Little touches in the bathroom include Klein’s Perfumery ‘Surfing World’ body cream ($30), ‘Lorne’ hand cream ($28) and ‘Fitzroy Extrovert’ hand wash ($35).
Dan and Carleen opted for a more art deco interior design of their apartment and it will include a $1199 Pattern Barn coffee table in the living room.
Andy and Ben’s vintage inspiration can be seen in through the Grafico vintage Port Melbourne wall map ($620) and Solvol advertising print from Clint Peloso Photography ($330).
The Block continues tonight at 7:30PM on Channel Nine.