Professional Potomac Interior Decorator

At Decorating Den Interiors in Potomac, we are all about custom and service. Whether you want to restyle a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office we have the products and ideas to suit your every need. It starts with our initial complimentary design appointment scheduled at your convenience. We listen to your design dreams and create a customized, functional layout and product plan just for YOU. We then coordinate everything – from measuring, product ordering and finally installation, making your life easier and saving you valuable time and money.

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to work with such notable programs and projects such as the PBS program This Old House Milton Project (Milton, MA), LIFE Magazine’sfirst “Dream House” outside of Atlanta, GA, and two designs for The Washington Post’s House Calls Designs. Not only do I enjoy working on high profile projects like these, but I also thoroughly enjoy working with hundreds of clients to address design problems and/or create beautiful spaces to live in.

At Decorating Den Interiors it’s our goal to help you make your home in Potomac all that it can be. No project is too small or large. From a simple window treatment over the kitchen sink to whole room/house designs, I enjoy creating beautiful spaces.

“Paula is amazing! Everything about her is great! You can’t go wrong when using her for your next project.”

– Ashley C.

Contact me today at 301-253-2606 and let’s make your home more beautiful one room at a time!

Potomac Professional Interior Decorator

Potomac is a census-designated place in Montgomery County that is named for the nearby Potomac River. In 2013, named Potomac the most affluent town in the US based on median household incomes. Due to its proximity to Washington, D.C., many Potomac residents commute to Washington, D.C. The Potomac region was first settled in 1714 by Edward Offutt when he receiving a land grant by the Tehogee Indian Trail. Throughout the 18th century, Offutts Crossroads developed into a small, rural community. In 1881, Offutts Crossroads was renamed Potomac by John McDonald, an Irishman and Civil War veteran. After McDonald settled in Potomac, he petitioned for the name change since postal officials were asking for shorter, simpler names and there were already several other “Crossroad” communities in the area.

Potomac Resources:

The Potomac Library   – Not only does the Potomac Library have a plethora of great books and electronic resources, but there is also always a fun event or class going on at the Library! Potomac residents of all ages will be impressed with the Library’s offerings!

Potomac Parks   – Montgomery County is home to many wonderful parks! Residents and visitors of all ages will be impressed with the number of activities available at parks in Potomac. From sunrise to sunset, you’ll never be bored at the Potomac parks!

Potomac Chamber of Commerce   – The Chamber is a one stop shop for all things dealing with business in Potomac! The Chamber’s goal is to help and improve the overall Potomac community. This is accomplished through providing networking opportunities, business leads, business referrals and proactive leadership to Potomac area businesses.