Denise McGaha Interiors is an award-winning design firm most recently featured on the cover of Luxe Magazine, and regularly featured in Traditional Home, House Beautiful, & D Home.
Our concierge-level design services are offered for a flat design fee, and we design based on an agreed upon project budget. We offer turn-key luxury project management. Our team manages your project from design concept thru installation.
Denise McGaha – Principal Designer
Denise McGaha Interiors delivers fashionable, diverse, and adventurous designs for clients who live on the fast track; specializing in turn-key, concierge-level service delivered in 90 days or less. Denise’s Trademarked process for “Designing with a Deadline” makes her the go-to designer for clients who want luxury, but not the wait. By offering Deadline Driven Design solutions since 2001, her discriminating clientele receive exhilarating interior design, coupled with prompt, and nimble, completion of their luxury project. Denise McGaha Interiors, is consistently ahead of the curve, not just influencing interior fashion, but often dictating it. 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 NeimanMarcus.com.
Often tapped as an interior design influencer, Denise, and her design projects, have been featured in national advertising campaigns for luxury manufacturers including Miele, Loloi Rugs, and Silestone by Cosentino. As a Trendspotter for Cosentino, Denise was part of the design team that developed new and innovative countertop designs for Silestone and her kitchen designs for Cosentino/Kohler/Benjamin Moore were featured in House Beautiful (Sept 2017). Denise has also been a designer for Curated Kravet, designing rooms for their Quick- Ship furnishings and accessories collections, which complement her “Designing with a Deadline” philosophy.
Denise’s projects have been featured in top shelter publications including House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Luxe Magazine, Modern Luxury Interiors, and D Home. Her work has been featured in design books by Susanna Salk, including Decorate Fearlessly, and It’s The Little Things and Christmas at Designers’ Homes Across America by Patricia McMillan. Her work will also be featured in the upcoming Southern Style Now book by Robert Leleux.
Denise had the privilege of being named the 2014-2016 Brand Ambassador for Currey & Co, she is an alumnus of the coveted Brizo Blogger 19, and she has traveled across the country as a member of the Design Leadership Network. She is a frequent speaker on the business of design, and design efficiencies at High Point Market, Dallas Market, and ADAC and has had the honor of being selected to design several showhouse rooms, including the coveted Hamptons Designer Showhouse in Sag Harbor, NY, The Modernism Showhouse at the Christopher Kennedy Compound in Palm Springs, CA, and a couple of The Southern Style Now Showhouses in New Orleans, LA and Savannah, GA and Dallas Decorators Showhouse in Dallas, TX. Denise currently has collections with Materials Marketing and Design Legacy and just launched a collection with Currey & Co in Fall 2018.
Sarah joined the Denise McGaha Interiors team in 2012 and works for the firm managing the operations, order processing, and expediting. Sarah lives with her husband, Alex, and their two dogs, Techsan and Victor. Sarah’s favorite design element is a statement mirror.
Stephanie joined the design team at Denise McGaha Interiors with design experience at several national design firms. Stephanie recently moved into her first new home with husband Kyle. Stephanie’s favorite design element is using color in bold ways to create drama.
Marisa is the newest member to Denise McGaha Interiors. Her passion for design sprung from a young age and led her to study Interior Design at The University of Alabama. Upon receiving her degree she moved to Dallas to join the Denise McGaha Interiors design team. Marisa’s favorite design element is incorporating historically bold aspects with more current design to create a dynamic look.