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Juliet Bolger is an Interior Designer with Phase Zero Design and a member of IIDA. She is from Massachusetts’s South Shore, originally from Pembroke, and now resides in Marshfield. Juliet attended Endicott College, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture and a Master of Business Administration. During her studies, she had the opportunity to spend five months in Florence, Italy, where she fell in love with the culture, food, and architecture. She dreams of returning there one day!


What inspires you most about your field?

The idea of evolutionary change in both design and the materials that emerge every year inspires me the most in interior design. Each project changes based on the client’s needs, bringing up new concepts and inspiration. The introduction of new materials, codes, and standards keeps the field ever-changing and growing. No two days are the same, and I’m forever grateful for that.

Describe the moment you realized interior design was for you.

Describe the moment you realized interior design was for you.
I have loved design for as long as I can remember. Since I was little, I would tell people, “I’m going to be an interior designer one day.” Interior design allows me to be creative and connect with people daily. Now that my dream has come true, I am excited to design beautiful, functional spaces for clients. There is something special about creating a space and seeing it come to life.

What makes you most proud about being a Phase Zero Design employee?

The people make me most proud to be a Phase Zero Design employee; they make each project possible. Seeing our clients’ smiles and their excitement when all our work comes to fruition is always a moment of pride. Being a client-centric company allows us to design the space of their dreams.



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