For the first time ever, this tree change season saw the host pick up the tools this season and renovate a room each week in his own country home.
House 6's renovated cottage was an original, 1866 homestead built by Scottish immigrant Joseph McGeorge that was still standing when the site was purchased for the new series.
You’ll see full wrap Linea™ Weatherboard cottages across all the teams, however, first spotted was on House 6 as the season commenced.
“Dead easy to install. Even my place has been clad in the stuff” – As seen on The Block, 2022 Tree Change.
Linea™ Weatherboards feature the distinctive charm of a deep shadow weatherboard without the maintenance of timber and the associated potential longevity issues of shrinking, swelling and warping to retain its look for longer.
House 6’s extension continues the Australian Homestead look, modernising the original historic homestead.
To create a cohesive look between the Australian homestead and modern pavilion, House 6 has wrapped both the cottage and the extension in Linea™ Weatherboards.
The first bathroom reveals in Week 1 sees House 6 and the team deliver a soft pastel pink main bathroom with VJ panelling to create cottage charm appeal.
Our Hardie™ Groove Lining painted in a beautiful blush tone, offers all the charm of timber (without the hassle) for this contemporary cottage bathroom. His team paired soft pastel pink tones of the tiles with the VJ panelling.
Hardie™ Groove Lining is ideal for high-moisture areas, saves cost and time with quicker installation and is resistant to shrinking, swelling or warping.
See the other contestants’ tree change builds by downloading The Tree Change Look Book, as seen on The Block. Be inspired by the looks of the 2022 Tree Change season, and the Hardie™ cladding products that made them possible.
Download The Tree Change Look Book, as seen on The Block here.