The Block winners join Queensland home builder Bold

The Block winners join Queensland home builder Bold
The Block winners join Queensland home builder Bold

Bold Living has welcomed stars of TV show The Block, Will and Karlie Bethune, to the team, with the Queensland medium home builder naming the Brisbane couple as brand ambassadors.

Will and Karlie, who pocketed $815,000 in winning the 2016 series, will represent Bold Living.

They will participate in master-class style workshops and display home open days, as part of the new partnership.

Bold Living director Brett Boulton said the couple’s design flair and passion for the industry were a suitable fit for the fast-growing builder.

“We were delighted to host Will and Karlie at the recent launch of the Evolve Design Studio – our design showroom that is a one-stop-shop for anyone planning a new home build,” he said.

“Not only were we impressed by their natural style, but their energy, warmth  and ability to ‘think outside the box’ - qualities that match the team at Bold Living.   

The Block winners join Queensland home builder Bold

They said they can’t wait to share our design ideas to enhance their building experience.

"We’re big fans of coordinating a neutral base palette with pops of colour, greenery and clever lighting design for a classic and modern look.”

Bold was established in 2010 by Mr Boulton and has grown exponentially in key growth areas across South East Queensland, with the company now building more than 200 new homes each year.

Bold Living has been awarded Queensland Medium Professional Builder by peak industry body - Housing Industry Association (HIA) - for the past two consecutive years, demonstrating excellence in all areas of home building.

The Block winners join Queensland home builder Bold

The Evolve Design Studio – the largest design showroom of its kind in Queensland - is open at 49 Flinders Parade in North Lakes. 

For further information call 1800 462 653 or visit www.boldliving.com.au.

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