Pillow Talk with... Rebecca Udall
Specialising in contemporary fine European linens and considered homeware, Rebecca founded her eponymous brand in 2018. From there it has gone from strength to strength, becoming a go-to destination for impeccably designed homeware. We relished the opportunity to sit down with Rebecca as our first interviewee for The Nightstand, picking her brains on everything from what’s on her bed side table, to her favourite childhood book, and of course, her favourite IOI nightie.
What is your ultimate bedtime routine?
A bath with essential oils and watching the video content on House & Garden (I particularly enjoy these as they are not too long, I can’t stay in the bath for too long!). Afterwards, a full and thorough skin cleanse, exfoliate and moisturise. I try to do this routine on Sunday evenings but am not always able to - it’s a treat. A beautiful plush towel, incredible bed linen and lovely nightie go hand in hand with this!
What is on your nightstand?
A book that embarrassingly is still unread after a couple of years, an interiors magazine, a lamp, hand cream, lip balm and a trinket dish.
Your one pearl of wisdom for a good night's sleep?
A beautiful set of bed linen, laundered weekly. Also, no caffeine after lunch!
And one fallacy?
Also, coffee after lunch. If I’ve had a few glasses of wine - no problem.
Favourite Childhood Book?
Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney 
Best hotel bed you've ever stayed in?
Honestly, I am yet to stay somewhere with a better bed than my own!
Whose bedroom would you most like to snoop around?
Probably one of my favourite interior designers purely from a design curiosity perspective. So an Albion Nord, Salvesen Graham or Veere Grenney bedroom.
Most romantic piece of music to relax to?
Ludovico Einaudi, I Giorni.
Your favourite If Only If nightie?
My pink Pandora is my go-to. I have Emily in ivory saved for my wedding morning, though, which I am super excited to wear.
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