Tennille Burnup | Tennille Joy Interiors

KBDi Designer Member
Daylesford & Madedon Ranges | Geelong | Gippsland | Goldfields | Grampians | Great Ocean Road | High Country | Melbourne East | Melbourne Inner City | Melbourne North | Melbourne South East | Melbourne West | Mornington Peninsular | Murray | Phillip Island | VIC | VIC State-wide | Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges

Tennille established TJI in 2012 and now bases her team in Melbourne. TJI’s award-winning projects have included the design and installation of interiors for 5-star holiday destinations at Airlie Beach, Hamilton Island, Magnetic Island, and the Mornington Peninsula. In 2014, she was listed in House & Garden magazine’s Little Black Book as one of the best of the best designers and decorators.

Tennille believes in honouring the beauty of everyday rituals. She has the rare ability to delve into your aesthetic vision, supporting you to make informed decisions on how you wish to experience each space. Whether she is overseeing a full residential redesign, new build, commercial fit-out, or reimagining a single room, Tennille makes each space uniquely you.

Adv. Dip Interior Decoration & Design
Cert. Kitchen & Bathroom Design
Listed in House & Garden Magazine as one of the BEST of the BEST
As seen in House & Garden Magazine
As seen in the Herald Sun

What We Offer:

Residential and Commercial Interior Design
Bathroom, Kitchen Design & Specification
Joinery Design
Furniture Design
Colour Coordination and Consulting
Furniture & Styling Fit-Outs
Art Direction
Window Furnishings
Strategy Interior Design Session
Property Styling Strategy Session

Services Offered

  • Design Survey (on-site measure up etc.)
  • Concept Design/Design Development
  • Design & Documentation
  • Project Consultancy/Management
  • Manufacture and/or Construction/Installation


Specialty Areas

  • Kitchen Design
  • Bathroom Design
  • Interior Design
  • Design for Elderly
  • Sustainable Design
  • Feng Shui

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