Please take your time and enjoy browsing around the many projects on this site.  We enjoy working in a wide range of styles.  It keeps life interesting! 

A lot of people are staying put these days and postponing moving plans that may have been on the table.  Why not take stock of your home and see where you can improve upon what you already have?  Do you need to repaint a room? Rearrange your furniture?  Or simply start afresh and finally do that master bedroom you have been putting off?

I believe an organized and well designed space that is freshened with updates to paint, drapery, accessories or art can lift your spirits.  It will also prove very helpful when and if you decide to make a move.

Homes like people are constantly evolving depending on lifestyle changes and taste.  Remember, good design can change the quality of your everyday life.

Mary Susan

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News & Press Coverage

Designers Showcase, July 2013

Designer Mary Susan Bicicchi creates a living room that mixes contemporary, transitional, and cottage styles.

Living Room Mixes Charm and Style

Chicago Tribune, July 2012

"Hidden Potential - Clear Away the Clutter with Hideaway Storage". Mary Susan is mentioned in the final page by one of her clients.

Luxury Home Quarterly, Spring 2012 issue

Excerpt from the article: “Great Room furnishings by interior designer Mary Susan fill the 20-foot vaulted ceilings with parachute-sized drapes, damask rugs and vivid tapestries, layering an inviting oomph onto the stately base.”
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Small Room Decorating, Fall 2011 issue

Retro Efficiency - With the kids out of the house, it was time for a style makeover.
by Barbara Ballinger
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