Top sellers and best deals on The Block Shop

Kristine Tarbert
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
Just a few of the most popular items on The Block Shop. Photo:

The Block's newest season kicked off on Channel Nine on Sunday with five couples setting out to fully transform Melbourne’s The Oslo Hotel.

The Oslo, which was built more than 150 years ago and has most recently been used as a backpacker’s hostel, is in serious need of some TLC from the Blockheads on series 15 of the show.

And if the first few episodes have got you in the mood to do some renovations or transformations in your on home, we’ve rounded up some Block-inspired products to help get you started.

Whether you’re after a vintage look, prefer art deco, or would rather Hamptons-chic, here are some of the most popular items and best deals on The Block Shop.

Art Deco

For those who wish they could live in The Great Gatsby and can't pass up a geometric pattern.

Perin 100cm Marble Console Table. Photo:
Arlo Side Table Elm Wood. Photo:


If you own more plants than furniture the bohemian look is for you.

  • SSY Halo I Vanity Unit with 2 Doors | Reece - $2,640

Bohemian-style vanity unit. Photo:
Make your dining table pop. Photo:
A very popular item on the shop and on The Block. Photo:


A contemporary design style has an emphasis on clean, crisp lines and a simple colour palette, with materials including metal, glass and steel.

A contemporary sink option. Photo:
Framed Canvas by Liam Murphy. Photo:
Sleepytime Rocker. Photo:


The modern farmhouse style is known for its warmth and simplicity with favourites including mason jars and plump sofas.

A farmhouse-style fire pit. Photo:
The Chelsea Throw. Photo:
Simply City Shelves. Photo:

French Provincial

For those that dream of high-end style, with a Parisian touch - whether it’s linen fabrics, oak washed furniture or tufted bedheads.

Louis French Provincial Upholstered Chair. Photo:
Gaia Industrial Pendant Light. Photo:
Brass Flower Jar Set. Photo:


From off-whites, icy whites and ivory hues, your dream Hamptons-inspired coastal cottage can be decorated with natural textures and reclaimed timber.

Catalina Crossed White Bedside. Photo:
White Shell Baskets. Photo:
Tarifa Cushion in Sandstorm. Photo:


The Industrial design style takes cues from old factories and industrial spaces, converted to lofts.

A sleek black option for the bathroom. Photo:
Quilt Cover Set King Bed in Charcoal Grey. Photo:
Industrial Two Arm Swing Wall Lamp. Photo:


Scandinavian design combines beauty, simplicity and functionality through the use of clean lines, organic textures, and minimal shapes.

Woodi Floor Lamp by Modern Furniture. Photo:
Mushroom Suede Leather Strap Shelf. Photo:
Vintage Chest 6 Drawers. Photo:


Vintage inspired pieces will help you create an eclectic interior without your home looking like an op-shop.

Banana bowl anyone? Photo:
Nature’s Glamour Eco Wallpaper. Photo:

Khaliya Large Recycled Timber Tray. Photo:

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