They ummed and ahhed about their choice of paint, but, in the end, their soft, warm tones were a hit with the judges.
"I think the room has a nice feel. It feels friendly; it's a happy room," says judge Neil Whitaker, clearly impressed with their efforts.
"I think that slightly warm rear wall has helped do that. It gives it that sunny feeling," judge Lisa Green adds.
These comments have pleased Sophie and Dale, who are yet to register a win for any of their rooms. But they admit they're still a tad perplexed as to why they didn't do better.
"We did well this week. We were happy, we got everything done — but we were Chumps again!" Dale says, laughing. "There wasn’t much in it — just a point and a half between first and last — it was pretty close."
Despite the fact they came last, the couple are quick to point out that everything about their room is easily changed.
"We wanted it to be a guest room, but it could be really quickly transferred to a teenager's room as well — that's what we wanted to do with the layout," Dale explains.
"With the shelving, and the wardrobe and the day bed, we wanted to keep the frame of them really adjustable, use wise."
One of their favourite pieces: The cute little glow-in-the-dark bunny lamp! "It was a bit of a gamble, because it's really kitch. You either love it or you hate it," Sophie admits.
Going tellie free: Unlike Mike and Andrew, Sophie and Dale decided to opt out of installing a television in their room. "The boys have put in a big tellie, which looks amazing, but we got told that would probably be a no-no. We have it all set up behind the picture, though, just not on display," Dale says.
Hidden storage: Under the built-in bench-seat there's a secret bonus for buyers: "There are drawers under there and heaps of storage," says Sophie.