Leading Australian outdoor furniture designers Tait were thrilled to partner with Mokum in bringing to life the alfresco area of media personality, Rebecca Judd’s, new forever home in Melbourne’s bayside.
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Bec Judd’s Forever Home, Melbourne
“A playful, contrasting palette of white,
flamingo-pink and sky-blue”
The major renovation saw the tired Spanish colonial home transformed into a chic, contemporary abode – boasting palatial architectural black steel framed arches and elegant herringbone paving throughout.
Textural grey walls and paving with lashings of deep green planting provide a neutral backdrop to showcase Tait’s signature outdoor pieces. Tait’s Trace, Tidal and Linear collections were selected in a playful, contrasting palette of white, flamingo-pink and sky-blue. Referencing Judd’s affinity for pink and blue (with the colour scheme featured throughout each room in the home), the alfresco area echo’s Judd’s distinctive and fresh style. With each piece, material and finish selected for its timeless aesthetic, luxurious comfort and durability in Australia’s harsh climate, we are sure many long, fun family summers will be spent in the Judd’s idyllic new outdoor space.
Tait Trace scatter cushion designed by Adam Goodrum. Upholstered in Mokum’s Tropicalia ‘Hollywood’ fabric designed by Catherine Martin.
Tait Linear dining table and bench in white Accoya® timber and smoke blue powder coat.
Upholstered in Mokum’s South Beach ‘Sky’ outdoor velvet.
Built by The Melbourne Builder @themelbournebuilder
Design by Biasol @biasoldesign
Art, furniture, objects and styling by Bree Leech @breeleech
Photography by Armelle Habib @armellehabib
The Style School @thestyleschool