After weeks of being critiqued over their minimalist design, and even spending a week in the tent, it was Tamara and Rhys' turn to have their home renovated.
This meant minimalism was finally permitted by the House Rules' judges.
After tackling Tanya and Dave's mammoth family home last week, the House Rules' teams had no time to relax when they realised Tamara and Rhys' Queensland home would take some serious work. At one point they were even forced to evacuate after the discovery of asbestos.
But, that still couldn't stop them turning the rundown Queenslander into a modern, integrated home, peppered with jewel tones, for the couple who asked for "wow".
While teams Kimmy and Rhi and Laith and George wowed with simple yet sophisticated designs that led to not one but two tie breakers, one team had a tragic fall from grace.
Off the back of their win last week, Aimee and Kayne failed to keep the momentum going. A strange choice in occasional chair and poor craftsmanship in the study pulled the teams' points down. Then there was the marble ceiling.
Mother-son duo Lenore and Bradley, meanwhile, divided judges with an unusual bathroom design, but won all three over with an art deco inspired bedroom complete with geometric feature wall.
After judges Kyly Clarke, Saul Myers and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen gave their finale scores, it came down to the wire but Laith and George managed to win the $10,000 taking home first place for the week.
Scroll on to see the full before and after photos of Tanya and Dave's home…
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