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When it comes to design, Mary Jo is a natural. "My aesthetic is eclectic," she says. "I like so many things — clean lines, metals, glass, rustic woods, natural linens, midcentury modern, antiques, etc. — that my taste has to be eclectic. But my clients, their homes and their involvement in the process are what inspire the designs I create for them. I like to push my clients a little, too," Mary Jo says, adding, "they hired me for a reason."

Indeed, one of the many reasons clients flock to Mary Jo is her easy and approachable nature. Mary Jo believes that interior design should be accessible to everyone. To that end, she works within each client's established budget to provide superior services that result in unique, stunning, and highly personalized designs. "My passion is making people happy with beautiful, functional spaces." She also encourages her clients to use sustainable, recyclable, and repurposed elements in their designs whenever possible.

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Mary Jo Fiorella

Mary Jo Fiorella

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Fiorella Design
www.fiorelladesign.com San Francisco, CA 510-317-7300