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Building on the Maine Tradition
Not only is her passion for design
reflected in the renovation, but Najnigier’s
skill and creativity also mean she now has
exactly what she wanted. “It’s about getting the right craftspeople
and getting the right team
to get the right direction and
planning it out,” she says.
“It’s done by mixing textures, finishes, colors, and creating something that’s unique. It takes a long time, but
it’s worth it. You know who lives here.”
Each room in Jill Najnigier’s redesigned
condominium has a unique aesthetic, yet the
interior designer has kept the overall style of
the residence clean, but warm and inviting
with the deft use of textures on the walls and
in the furnishings.
In the guest bathroom, for example, Ona
Natural tiles from Porcelanosa that mimic
ocean waves (top) line the shower walls,
adding not only texture but also a sense of
movement to the room.
A chandelier (above) over the bed in the
master bedroom is made of recycled steel.
The ribbonlike metal pieces are coiled to
resemble multiple pinwheel toys. The fixture
invites imagination and adds an intricate,
playful accent to the room.