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Mary Dworsky ASID, CID

 
Biography

Mary has over 30 years of experience working with her clients on interior design projects both big and small. She listens to her clients and understands their needs, goals and passions and then translates them into beautiful, creative and functionally designed spaces that will meet their needs now and in the future.

Her partnership with contractors, architects, work rooms and crafts people allow her to work with you in a full service capacity or, if you prefer, on a consultation, hourly basis.

Mary is also a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and can work with you when are down or right sizing, or remodeling your home so it will function better while still remaining beautiful.

Mary’s award-winning designs have been featured in numerous publications including Mpls.St.Paul, Minnesota Monthly, New Homes, Window Fashions and Parade of Homes Magazine, as well as the Star Tribune and the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

Mary is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Design (ASID), a Certified Interior Designer (CID) by the State of Minnesota. She served as ASID chapter President from 2000 – 2001. Mary majored in Interior Design at the University of Minnesota.

Awards

2005 ASID/Mpls.St.Paul Magazine–Designer of Distinction
TC Builders Association Trilium Awards (2) – Best Interior Design
MN Council for Quality Service Award
Mame Award for Best Interior Merchandising
MN Chapter of ASID Interior Design Competition–First Place & Honorable Mention
Who’s Who of Interior Design
Who’s Who of American Women

Mary Dworsky Gives

As part of her mission to give back to the Twin Cities community, Mary is the past President of Quota International of Mpls, an organization that supports deaf, hard of hearing persons and disadvantaged women and children. She has also served on the ASID Community Service Committee that designed interiors for the first group home in the U.S. for mentally ill women and children, and the St. Barnabus Apartments for homeless teens. In addition to mentoring high school and college students, she has also served on the Dunwoody Interior Design Advisory Committee. Mary has donated her time and talents to the NCJW, Minneapolis Crisis Nursery, Habitat for Humanity, Joyce Food Shelf and the Uptown Rotary.

 
 

   
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