Bec Judd’s top tips for staging your home for sale
Bec Judd is well and truly making a name for himself in the interior design kingdom.
The entrepreneur and former Nine presenter successfully sold her multi-million dollar home in Brighton in 2018, before renovating her ‘forever home’ in the same suburb.
The businesswoman, who is married to retired AFL star Chris Judd, suggests adding a few centerpieces and keeping the space subtle yet sophisticated.
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“Create a relaxed and inviting space that’s both comfortable and refined,” Bec tells Nine.
“Include a few key centerpieces to elevate the space, but be sure to keep it simple and uncluttered so the next person can dream of their future in the house. Adding some lovely fresh flowers is always a good idea too!”
Bec recently made headlines by partnering with Lowe Living to design her luxury Will be development in Brighton, Melbourne, with residences starting at $1,295,000.
In her first multi-residential interiors project, the mom of four complemented the Warren & Mahoney architectural style in the design of the various living spaces.
Bec matched the striking arched exterior with handcrafted white brick and bronze detailing, with natural Tundra stone from Turkey, curved lines and softwood detailing.
“I have always loved design and style. It was a longtime dream of mine to pursue my career in interior design, and after renovating our ‘Forever Home’ and ski lodge at Mount Buller last year I found myself really inspired to pursue new interior design opportunities, which led me to this exciting partnership,” Bec told Nine.
The activewear founder suggests starting with color to style your living space.
“A warm, balanced color palette is a great starting point, where you can take it throughout the home. At Sera, I brought warmth into the home with soft grays, beiges, woods and natural stone.”
“Once you’ve created that timeless base, you can focus on introducing statement lighting or a beautiful piece of art, bold pops of color for furniture or rugs, or decorative objects. unique decorative items that express your personality.”
Bec, who has a “real mix” of design sources, has a few key elements she just couldn’t live without.
“I love my Zip Tap (water filter) and my Wega MiniNova espresso machine. Honestly, I think my husband makes the best latte in Melbourne and we all know how good Melbourne coffee is!”
“I love my Grazia and Co Iva stools, and finally, our family lives in our Maytronics Mineral Swim pool and spa. We heat the spa to 39 degrees in the winter and use it daily.”