By Caleb Taylor for Daily Mail Australia
00:28 November 8, 2023, updated 00:33 November 8, 2023
WAG, 40, who already commissioned a total renovation before moving into the house in 2019, now wants to extend the upper floor of the house.
Bec shared three options from Ru Design Studio for the mansion’s renovation and extension, which will include an extra bedroom and games room.
The first option featured an extension overlooking the tennis court with two windows, allowing the family to maximize interior space.
The second option allowed for a glamorous Spanish style Juliet balcony, allowing for a more intimate outdoor area.
Meanwhile, the third option included a larger balcony that ran the entire length of the upper floor, along with a set of concertina doors.
Bec asked her almost one million followers to share their thoughts, writing: ‘Take a look at the concepts for our renovation/extension. Watch until the end. Let me know what you think?
A poll showed option three was the clear favorite at 47 percent, followed by option one at 30 percent. Option two was the least favorite at 23 percent.
Bec has been focusing her attention on her home and shared photos of the property’s renovations mid last month.
Bec and her retired AFL star husband Chris bought the sprawling home in March 2018 and began a full renovation.
A photo gallery shared on Instagram showed the backyard pool area under construction.
Once construction was completed, the space was transformed into an entertaining oasis, complete with quarried rock, a magnesium pool, and an outdoor kitchen.
A second series of photos showed the bar and lounge, a space that opens to the home’s tennis court.
The tennis court was part of the original property, but the Judds added artificial turf and replaced the old net with a new one with wheels.
Other upgrades to the luxurious property include replacing the mansion’s apricot aesthetic and color palette with sleek grays and blacks, adding modern touches such as gold brass fixtures, marble and steel doors.
The couple kept the house’s defining architectural feature, its arches, and used this form as a theme throughout the interior.
Also inside the house is a gym and a wet bar complete with a pool table.
Highlights include a private bathroom with a giant arch-shaped mirror reflecting Spanish colonial architecture.
Rebecca’s penchant for gold brass hardware, black frames, and marble continues in the bathrooms.
Rebecca and Chris’ bedroom features custom millwork in a “storm gray” shade.
The sliding door frames leading to the master bathroom are also arches, in another nod to the home’s original construction.
A geometric painting by Melbourne artist Stephen Barker depicting the Judds drinking coffee together in bed hangs above the marital bed.
Bec and Chris share four children; daughter Billie, nine, son Oscar, 12, and twins Darcy and Tom, seven.