Nothing phases her, she takes it all in her stride. We tried to unravel her to give you real loot to feed the tall poppy syndrome. Sorry peeps, this one is legit. She's a hard-working, creative woman who manages the elusive juggle with a lot of help from family and friends.
Read on to learn about her favourite spaces in her home, what she does in her spare time (seriously, does she even have any) and what inspired her on her travels.
What's the most important room for you in your house and why?
That's a hard one, probably our kitchen/living room as it is where we all hang as a family and with friends, it's really relaxed and open and feels good when it's full of people.
You have a lot of textures in your home? What's that all about?
Do we…. I guess we do. We love using old reclaimed timber and bricks in our spaces. We aren't into the super modern minimalist vibe, so everything has an old-worldly feel about it.
What was the house like when you purchased it?
It was a small 1950s beach house on stilts. The house is positioned at the back of our property, allowing us to add to the front. We added the large barn-style front room with our kitchen and living, which flows out onto the front deck and lawn. We also reconfigured the old house for the three bedrooms and upstairs bathrooms.
Where do you like to hang in the house most?
What's your favourite downtime activity at home?
How do you manage a home and run such a large empire in PE Nation?
With a lot of support from my husband, family and our nanny
What's your hot tip for styling a space like yours?
More is more, we like collecting and filling rooms with furniture and lots of different styles of art on the walls.
What's your favourite object or artwork in your home and why?
The hand drawings by Steph Mitchell in the living room.
What's the best idea you've seen in your travels and bought back home and incorporated into your home?
The exposed timber throughout the house.