Marylou Sobel, one of Australia’s premier interior designers, is known for the exceptional service and the unique, one-of-a-kind interiors she creates for prominent clients around the country.
Marylou, an award winning full service designer, provides everything from space planning to project management. She customizes and personalizes her designs to fit each client’s lifestyle, saving them time, money and stress in the process.
Clients use words like “fantastic,” “outstanding,” “incredible style and taste,” “extremely talented,” and “a pleasure to work with” to describe her. She has designed four homes for a single client, and often works with different generations of the same family.
She is a past winner of the “Top 50 Rooms” honours by Australian House & Garden magazine, and other design awards, and her work has been featured in several publications, including the book “Interior Design Review” by Andrew Martin.
Marylou Sobel Interior Design has expanded to serve homeowners across Australia, designing their new homes as well as refurbishing their existing ones. In addition, the company is available for design projects such as offices and boutique hotels. The firm collaborates with some of the nation’s leading furniture and cabinet makers, painters, flooring specialists, architects, landscape architects, builders, artisans and other professionals.
Marylou’s experience growing up and working in South Africa, her mixed heritage, her extensive travels and her participation in worldwide industry trade shows have provided her with a unique understanding of and appreciation for the latest international design trends.
Her clients benefit from the project management, communication, organization and other skills she gained during her highly successful earlier career working for one of the world’s leading architecture and design firms.
“I’m passionate about seeing things come together from concept to creation,” says Marylou, who has more than 30 years of design experience “And I’m passionate about seeing people happy and exceeding their expectations at the end of the process.”