JILLIAN DINKEL IS A RACONTEUR AND EDITOR OF EXQUISITE INTERIORS, UNRAVELLING STORIED LAYERS OF HOMES FOR THE WORLD’S MOST INFLUENTIAL LUMINARIES.

(Profile)

Jillian Dinkel’s creative journey began at Condé Nast in New York City. For nearly a decade she collaborated with some of the world’s most influential creators, athletes, and artists, including Taylor Swift, Gisele Bündchen, LeBron James, Baz Luhrmann, Jennifer Lopez, Cate Blanchett, and Tom Brady. During this time, Jillian honed her skills in orchestrating creative collaborations, managing complex logistics, and developing her signature aesthetic through global travels for fashion shoots. Ultimately moving to Sydney to join Vogue Australia, Jillian relished the opportunity to set the stage for creative and personal storytelling for high profile personalities.

“VENTURE INTO THE REALM OF STORYTELLING AND ARTISTIC EXPRESSION OF THE HOME”

In 2016, Jillian transitioned from fashion to interior design, channelling her creativity into transforming homes into timeless sanctuaries that honour their inhabitants’ stories. Jillian has honed her craft in the interiors sphere, building her network of creative collaborators to produce stunning interiors projects that reflect both her clients own experiences and honour the historic passage of time within the heritage and period homes her studio specialises in re-imagining. Jill’s work has been recognised in leading interiors publications, including Vogue Living, CASA Vogue, Belle Magazine, House and Garden, The Local Project and Sydney Morning Herald. Recently recognised as one of Belle Magazine’s “Emerging Design Star” finalists, Jillian Dinkel continues to redefine the boundaries of sophistication and creativity in the world of design.

  • House and Garden Top 50 Rooms (2023)

  • Inside Out Home of the Year Finalist (2022)
  • Belle x Fanuli Emerging Design Star Finalist (2022)
  • Dulux Colour Awards Finalist (2022)

(Feature stories)

(1913) Kilmory Federation Arts & Crafts
(1923) Bronte Interwar Bungalow
(1913) Point Piper Federation Arts & Crafts
(1891) Tarella Italianate
(1886) Toxteth Victorian Italianate
(1910) Wiltshire Californian Bungalow

(In the press)

30 of the world’s most talented female designers.”

Emerging Design Star Finalist.

This prestigious program recognises excellence in Australian interior design and decoration.

(Feb '24) Sitting Pretty

“A study in the union of timeless architecture and opulent contemporary living, Victorian terrace ‘Tarella’ reveals its original grandeur and elegance alongside an impeccably luxurious transformation.”

Sydney Morning Herald – Domain

“Merging the past and present, 1913 Point Piper is the culmination of time, people and place, realised through a contemporary yet character-rich design.”