Inside the VERY upscale living room of Rebecca Judd: Footy WAG offers a glimpse of her $ 9,000 sofa and beautiful artwork while in lockdown in her $ 7.3 million mansion
It's no secret that Rebecca Judd enjoys the more beautiful things in life.
And on Thursday, the 37-year-old WAG fans took a look at & # 39; s luxury living room in their $ 7.3 million home in Melbourne & # 39; s South East.
She demonstrated her expensive taste by pointing to an upscale interior, including a three-seat Wilts sofa worth $ 9,300.
A $ 9000 sofa, a $ 3,000 armchair and custom artwork: Bec Judd on Thursday gave a detailed look of her highly ritzy living room in her $ 7.3 million Melbourne mansion on Instagram on Instagram
The Jardan Furniture sofa is made of American oak and is the perfect addition to their newly renovated home.
She also has a standalone Kelly armchair, which retails for more than $ 3,000.
Rebecca then showed off her white Tepih Arrow carpet from Globe West's upscale store, which is on sale for $ 1,720.
Certainly worth sitting on! The presenter of & # 39; Postcards detailed her living room, with her first display of her very expensive three-seater from Jardan Furniture, worth $ 9,323
The fashionista stated that her twin marble coffee tables are also from Globe West, where similar styles are sold for $ 1,000.
Shen then moved on to her extensive collection of works of art, including a large-scale painting by Louise De Weger.
Similar works are available starting at $ 350.
Fancy a seat! In addition to the sofa, she also had the Kelly armchair from a store that retails for $ 3,041 at the upscale Jardan Furniture
She also commissioned a piece by famous artist Jasmine Mansbridge, which is understood to be worth thousands.
Rebecca opted for a lighter living room for color scheme, including bright pink tones and other muted tones.
The other rooms in the house are darker in comparison, with black and gray and metal touches.
Nice to look at! Bec also showed her commission from artist Jasmine Mansbridge, which probably costs thousands. Along with their near $ 2000 carpet from Globe West
One look at it: Bec then went on to her extensive private collection, featuring a large-scale painting by Louise De Weger, with a similar painting for $ 350
Rebecca and her husband, retired AFL player Chris Judd, completely transformed the Spanish colonial-style property to & # 39; they bought it in March 2018 for $ 7.3 million.
They replaced the dated aesthetic and apricot color palette, and added modern touches such as gold brass fittings, marble and steel doors.
The couple kept the defining architectural feature of the house – its arches – and used this form as a theme in the lofty interior.
Rebecca and Chris share four children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and three-year-old twins Tom and Darcy.
Bec shares the house with husband Chris, along with their four children: Oscar, 8, Billie, 6, and three-year-old twins, Tom and Darcy