The seemingly tireless Australian media personality and model Rebecca Judd has just added another string to her impressively long bow with the launch of her first nursery collection for Adairs. Given she is a mother to four children including newish twin boys Darcy and Tom, she was well placed to design the range.
“The aim of the range was to create a nursery space that looks effortlessly chic, where everything fits perfectly into place. When designing the collection, I drew inspiration from Scandinavian interiors and designs,” says Rebecca.
An antidote to the often garish colour palettes found in children’s design, the limited edition collection features pastel blue, soft grey and peach. There’s fully reversible quilted bed linen designed with a sweet origami animal motif plus sheet sets and wall art too.
“What I really love about the new range is that you can easily find that perfect balance between serenity, style and personality. The colours aren’t overbearing with the inclusion of the lovely pastel pink and blue hues creating a relaxing neutral backdrop. This collection represents what I was looking for when styling my children’s nurseries,” says Rebecca.
Designed to complement the bed linen, the collection also features bamboo swaddle wraps. Bamboo, in particular, is a fabulous material for babies given it’s not only soft and 100 per cent natural but it’s breathable too.
Nursery walls won’t go unadorned either as the range also features two cute framed animal wall art pieces – a bear in Breton strips and a swan wearing a gold crown.