Rock The Block Season 5 x Ultra Wine Racks

Rock The Block Season 5

Rock the Block Season 5 amps up the competition with a thrilling new twist– four teams are back for a shot at redemption. HGTV’s power duos return to battle it out, aiming for bragging rights and the ultimate prize: a street named after them. What sets this season apart is the unique challenge of renovating attached waterfront homes in Treasure Island, Florida. With just six weeks and a $250,000 budget, each team must transform their property, complete with pools, boat docks, and stunning views of Boca Ciega Bay. Adding to the excitement, Ultra Wine Racks makes a comeback, debuting alongside fan favorites Page Turner and Mitch Glew.

The Designers: Page Turner and Mitch Glew

Page Turner and Mitch Glew are the dynamic duo heating up Season 5 of Rock the Block, combining their expertise to dominate the renovation scene. Page, known for her prowess as both a real estate broker and house-flipping expert, brings her invaluable insights from hosting Flix My Flip, a show dedicated to rescuing floundering projects in Southern California. Mitch, a contractor with over 15 years of experience, is Page’s right-hand man, seamlessly executing their renovation visions on Fix My Flip and Rock The Block. Mitch is also co-owner of Glew Build, offering a comprehensive suite of services, from residential and commercial renovations to interior design, custom builds, and interior styling services in Southern California.

The Masterpiece: Kitchen and Dining Room

Returning for redemption in Season 5 after their debut in Season 4, Page and Mitch make their mark once again on Rock the Block, showcasing their expertise in creating stunning homes. This season, they seize the opportunity to elevate their game and leave a lasting impression with their unmatched talent and determination. Together, they embark on a journey to craft a truly remarkable house, demonstrating their unwavering commitment to excellence and cementing their status as powerhouses in the renovation world.

During Week 1’s Kitchen and Dining Room challenge, Page and Mitch, known for their previous success with Ultra Wine Racks, decided to integrate them once again into their design. This time, they elevated their dining room with a captivating wine wall, featuring HZ Wall Rails and a tambour backdrop in warm wood, achieving a stunning look at a cost-effective $1,920. Their innovative approach not only impressed the judges but also earned them first place in the week’s challenge, solidifying their position as frontrunners in the competition.

Design Like the Pros: Create a Similar Style

Recreate this Wine Wall designed by Page and Mitch

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