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Stegbar a winner on The Block All Stars

Two weeks, two bedrooms and Stegbar Wardrobes prove to be a winner for Josh and Jenna and Mark and Duncan on The Block All Stars.

The first two weeks on The Block All Stars have seen amazing transformations of the master and second bedrooms scoring wins for Josh and Jenna in week one and Mark and Duncan in week two, and along the way plenty of laughs with the installs.

No surprises with Josh and Jenna taking out week one though they had some strong competition from Mark and Duncan and Amity and Phil while Dan and Dani came out ‘chumps’.

Stegbar wardrobes on the Block All Stars
Every room has featured Stegbar’s innovative HIRO Sliding Door Systems or heritage inspired traditional wardrobes with contestants conscious that storage is a key feature when it comes to selling a house.

After missing out on a win in week one by just one point Mark and Duncan hit bedroom two determined to pull out all the stops for a room win and $5,000 towards their overall budget. With eight kids between them, Mark and Duncan chose to turn this room into a kid’s bedroom and as Duncan has four boys he used them as inspiration.

Blown away by their creativity, the judges were hugely impressed with Mark and Duncan’s unique wardrobe design and they were undisputedly crowned the winners of the second room reveal.

The design brief from Mark and Duncan was bright, fun and colourful and Stegbar’s team knew just the right wardrobe product that would give the boys the design flexibility they needed to make a bold statement and complete the look of their room.

A Stegbar HIRO Sliding Door System was chosen as it is unique in that the panel layout and infill material is largely only limited by your imagination and can be completely customised in terms of size, placement and material – with multiple choices of panels that can be grooved, patterned or painted, glass, mirror or veneer.

With the title of head designer, Duncan met with the Stegbar team to discuss colour and material options and decided on a design that featured multiple coloured glass panels with an adjoining glass panelled desk and glass shelves.

“The multi-coloured glass panelled Stegbar wardrobe really set the tone for the entire room. It was bright, cheerful and interesting and with colours matching the decor and furnishings made this room burst with interest and excitement,” said Duncan.

The new HIRO Sliding Door System gives homeowners complete design control, similar to the days of the free-standing wardrobe which was often a handcrafted piece of furniture, homeowners can now make a design statement that reflects their personal taste and style, just like a custom piece of furniture.

With the added benefit of innovative technology that makes the wardrobe door system significantly better, homeowners can have the sliding door system they want with the assurance that it will be completely sealed, and free from the wobble and rattle of existing systems.

The Stegbar HIRO Sliding Door System also featured in week one and with Dan and Dani combining mirror and white glass to complement the design of their rooms. Amity and Phil also opted for a HIRO Sliding Door System in week one but in week two decided on a traditional style custom wardrobe with melamine finish and adjoining custom made desk. Still in week one, Mark and Duncan chose to stick with the heritage look of the home for their first bedroom and incorporated a Stegbar custom made wardrobe with heritage panel doors. While Jenna and Josh had a custom made Stegbar Wardrobe designed for week one and two and featured a Provence Wood matt finish.