Denise McGaha, principal of Denise McGaha Interiors, presents a signature look that encompasses classic tradition with contemporary sensibility. Her incomparable style and supremely functional design has earned her accolades from loyal clients and the interior design industry, itself.

Denise offers her discriminating clientele a true luxury experience. For over ten years, Denise has led a disciplined team of professionals, dedicated to providing each client with the ultimate level of opulence, comfort and gratification.

The highest standard of expectation is maintained by her consistent educational endeavors: global travel, sourcing expert artisans, participating in nation-wide industry events and networking throughout complimentary industries, such as fine art and couture fashion. This seamless blending of multiple interests allows Denise to offer her affluent clients access to Dallas' best-kept secret: her black book of high-end concierge services.

Denise’s sophisticated methodology and solid business acumen evolved through her decade in the corporate landscape of luxury retailer, Neiman Marcus, where she honed her well-trained eye, and was an integral part of the team that launched

Service Provided
Interior Design, Furnishings, New Home and Remodel Construction Selections,

Area Served

Certification and Awards
Top Interior Designer, Dallas NARI Chapter 2013; DHome Magazine Life in Color Winner; Top Service Provider, HBA Dallas 2010; High Point Furniture Market, Style Spotter Nominee 2012
Contact: Denise McGaha
Location: 3001 Maple Avenue, #502
Dallas, TX 75201
Typical Job Costs: $5000 - $100,000
Denise McGaha offer a Day Rate, Designed in a Day for a design fee of $1500 for two rooms. We also offer full-service design based upon the size and scope of the project. Purchasing services also offered for furnishings in full-service package.
Commented: wall color The stools are from Hooker Furniture
January 25, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Love the double rungs in this room. Will you tell me more? There are two rugs and the second rug defines a seating area with two club chairs and a table. These face a television. The room is extremely large and the bed area is only half of the space.
November 11, 2012 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What kind of cabinet pulls did you use? thank you Similar pulls can be found from Atlas Hardware or IKEA
September 25, 2012 in Photo Questions  
Denise McGaha Interiors is following Trinity Hearth & Home
November 11, 2014
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