Bec Judd’s Mount Buller home - Filled with warmth and luxury
Once the envy of Australian families for her beautifully organised pantry, Bec Judd has recently revealed the results of her latest home renovation project. She might have not been in the spotlight these days, but Bec is definitely been keeping herself busy.
The WAG turned businesswoman and influencer has been flexing her interior design skills, unveiling the makeover of her Mount Buller holiday home.
Bec Judd’s Newly Renovated Holiday Home
In a series of Instagram posts, Bec shared some pics and videos back in May, showing off the main family area of the home, which was completed in just eleven weeks. She posted: “I’ve found my new favourite thing to do.” Her caption was: “The first time I’ve been able to say – interior design by me.”
The 38-year-old is married to former AFL star Chris Judd and her newly renovated home in the popular ski resort village of Mount Buller. It’s her first time with the interior designing thing, though you couldn’t guess that from the first look. This formerly dated space is now a luxurious home, surrounded by picturesque views and filled with plenty of warmth.
The kitchen looks much better compared to the uninspiring area that stood before it. Warm neutral tones give the cooking space a cosy and ambient feel with the addition of swirling lilac and beige marble benches, wool-topped stools, panelled mushroom grey joinery and bronze accents.
The palette is cleverly complemented with bronze taps, handles, steel doors and accessories. Bec wrote on her Instagram post: “I added texture through the use of timber, wool and faux fur. The result: modern alpine vibes but not predictable.”
The living room:
Bec was clearly conscious about the living space, which her family of six uses as a home-away-from-home. The entire space takes luxe up a notch with several plush layers, including a faux fur cloud chair (Zuster Furniture) and shag rug (Trit House).
Banquette seating around the dining table nicely ties in with the ribbed base of the dining table. Also, the old fireplace has been replaced with a showstopper Lopi fireplace that’s built into cabinetry housing structured ceramics and tonal decor pieces.
The same warm tones are incorporated in the bedroom with the addition of a wooden feature wall, timber bedside and faux fur ottoman. Though Bec is yet to reveal it, her Instagram Stories suggest another room, which is fitted out with two queen-sized bunk beds, making it a perfect family getaway.
Putting the focus on relaxation and togetherness with a brand-new Lopi gas heater in Melbourne, the Mount Buller home creates a cosy vibe to take off wet ski gears after a day on the slopes. This gas insert fireplace looks stunning and offers a sophisticated environment to chill out.
So, what do you think about Bec’s new home renovation, featuring our Lopi fireplace?