‘Glamorous’ model home gets the ‘beauty fix’

A gorgeous home in Australia that is not quite so glamorous has won the Gold Label Design Award for the best decorator home. 

The $20 million home in Sydney’s north-west has been named the ‘best decoration model home’ by the Australian Design Institute (ADI).

The home was designed by Sydney architect Roberta O’Sullivan and is a customised home built by architect and builder Daniel Williams, who designed the home in partnership with his wife, who also worked as an interior designer.

The home’s design incorporates a natural environment and is designed to blend in with the surrounding property.

It is the first time an Australian designer has won a Gold Label Award for a home, said ADI’s deputy director, David Ruggles.

The design also includes the addition of a private garden and indoor swimming pool.

The house is set back from the street and is located at a quiet residential neighbourhood near a church, and the house is situated on a private land owned by the couple.

It has been designed to be a simple home that doesn’t require a lot of work.

The property was designed with a focus on light, sustainability and beauty, Ruggs said.

“It’s a lovely home.

It’s not so much a design, it’s a style and a feel,” he said.

The ADI Gold Label Awards are recognised by architects and designers for their most outstanding home design.

The designs will be presented at the ANZ Design Awards in November.