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Had I been paying closer attention, I would have known as a child that interior design was my thing.  My first forays into space planning, by rearranging the furniture in my bedroom all the time, was a clue.  Another clue to my future calling was how excited I was about selecting paint colors and wall coverings for an accent wall in my room.  It ended up covered with very large, graphic, 'mod' flowers and it was very stylish...or so I thought at the time.

I did finally recognize that part of me as an adult, at which time I entered the Interior Design program at RI School of Design in Providence.  I studied and completed the program in between having and raising my own kids.  

Since then I've held positions as an Interior Designer with a small architecture and design firm, an In-House Designer for a national law firm, a Furniture & Design Consultant at my own business and as Senior Interior Designer here at Bisbano + Associates since 2015.

In addition to meeting our clients' needs, people and relationships are at the heart of the work we do.  For me, the relationships with clients and my co-workers are the most enjoyable aspect of being part of the B+A team.  However, a close second is the challenge of solving each unique design puzzle to our clients' satisfaction.  I love puzzles.