Jill Litner Kaplan has been involved in the world of design for the last 20 years. She has a natural passion for fashion, loves fine fabrics and knows how to create an assortment that is visually stimulating and dynamic with no detail spared. Jill truly understands how to create an environment that is a unique expression of her clients: one that addresses their style and preferences, while at the same time, infusing it with her own well honed taste and sense of energy. Having travelled extensively and lived in Paris, Jill carries her worldly sense of style and love of collecting art and objects throughout all of her projects. Jill has developed an outstanding dedicated team that provides comprehensive design services to her clients, is very resourceful, highly organized and committed to providing hands-on management to each of her projects.

Raised in Boston, Jill moved to New York City to attend Columbia University and went on to live, work and play there for the next 12 years. Trained by Saks 5th Avenue and Macy’s as a women’s designer sportswear buyer, she honed her skills in the luxury goods business, merchandising and marketing for stores across the country. She subsequently worked for Burlington Industries as a product marketing manager in their home furnishings division, where she learned how to manufacture fabrics and consumer products. Each of these experiences provided her with an opportunity to train her eye, be creative, manage and operate very detail-oriented businesses in both the apparel and home furnishings markets.

Driven to refine her management skills even further, Jill moved back to Boston to attend Harvard Business School, and upon graduation, started her own retail consulting firm called JK Creative Retail Solutions, LLC in the Back Bay. Now based in West Newton Hill, she is decidedly focused on interior decorating. Jill’s background has put her in a unique position, and her role as a designer is the natural packaging and extension of everything she has ever done in the past. She not only has the opportunity to use her editorial skills, create rich assortments of furniture, fabrics, art and accessories that are tailored to her customers, but confidently manages the complexity of their projects as well. Jill has worked on condominiums in the Back Bay, residences in Concord, Cambridge, Belmont, Newton, Brookline, Weston and a country home in Southwest Harbor, Maine.