Last Word – Rebecca Judd
Rebecca Judd is one of Australia’s busiest and best known personalities; working as a television presenter and brand ambassador for some of the country’s biggest companies, including Adairs. She is also a speech pathologist, wife to AFL star Chris Judd and mum to son Oscar, daughter Billie, and twin boys Tom and Darcy. Introducing us to her latest autumn/winter collection for Adairs, Rebecca says she has been inspired by fashion and some of her very own iconic wardrobe moments. Featuring a stylish colour palette of blush, teal and grey hues, with bedding and homeware accessories incorporating Mongolian faux fur, contemporary geometric patterns, quilting, tassels, luxe velvet and modernised lace placement.
I was born in … Perth.
My biggest accomplishment to date is … definitely my four children. I never planned on having four kids, but I did, and I still can’t quite believe it. It’s hard but fun, and I feel very lucky.
I was inspired to launch my own range of linen because … I was always an Adairs customer and loved how they mixed fashion with interior trends for their designs. The opportunity came to design a range for them and I made sure it was everything I wanted in my bedroom that was on-trend and not already in the market.
The homewares/linen trend I am loving most at the moment is … contemporary boho. It’s embroidery, lace, fringing and tassels with a modern edge.
My favourite piece in my home is … my ombré pink, faux fur Euros. They are perfect for the bed or the sofa. I also love my pink Fritz Hansen Ro chairs which pack a punch in my ‘good front room’ (GFR).
My favourite room in my home is … my GFR as it contains my fave artwork by Miranda Skoczek, which my husband commissioned for me for my 30th birthday, my two pink Ro chairs and a gorgeous jardan nook couch. There is also a lovely big bay window which doubles as a daybed, complete with lush salmon velvet and statement, jewel toned cushions. It’s a delicious, girly room for the modern woman.
My morning ritual is … double shot latte in bed.
A typical ‘day in the life of Rebecca Judd’ looks like … school drop off, work, school pick up, tennis, dinner, bed.
Going out or staying in … staying in with Netflix and milo on the couch.
My vice is … Cadbury chocolate or Haigh’s peppermint frogs if I want something sweet; or Castello blue cheese if I’m after something savoury.
My hidden talent is … I make a great coffee plus I can hit a good, cross court winner with my forehand at tennis (although my backhands are terrible!)
The last thing I do before going to bed is … tell my husband I love him.