photo by Beth Singer

Formal living room in directoire style – Baker Furniture.

Drama next to the wine cellar… This dining space is on the entertainment level next to the wine cellar. Chair fabric: Kravet cowhide printed leopard.

Color is the focus of this daring fireplace. This room was designed around the Spanish matador photograph above the fireplace. Bold red mosaic from Virginia Tile.

In this formal living room drapery was used to elevate your vision.

In this New York apartment the city is the focal point of the living space. The contemporary space is clean, open, and neutral.

Tuscany in Bloomfield Hills. The client loves to be engulfed with color and texture. We created this room so she feels like she's in a Tuscan village.

This dining room features a sophisticated mix of old and new. The contemporary sculpture on the wall is juxtaposed by an antique sconce on the opposite side. An Aubusson rug from The Ghiordes Knot anchors the room.

Simplistic, contemporary kitchen with infusion of color.

Grand foyer simple in concept but yet so stately and elegant.

Red is warmth in this contemporary setting and it is used in many textures throughout this living space; the shag rug, high polish glass cabinet, and leather stools. Texture is the key in this New York loft.

A fun lower level bar. Stainless steel mosaic is used as the backdrop for this bar; broken edge glass and granite complete the look.

This powder room features the use of old traditional materials in a contemporary setting. Onyx, a material that was used during the time of the pyramids is set against metallic mosaic. The gold mirror mimics the metallic mosaic.

Contemporary neutral setting contrasted by blue glass table and colorful murano pendants.

Simplicity is the key to this contemporary dining space. Designer Group Collection and Beacon Hill.

Clean lined neutral space, this small living space was done in neutral colors to create a transparency in the room.

Entertainment for the eye from floor to ceiling.

French country at its best, wild boars and truffles.

New York, New York …The city is at the foot of this apartment so the furniture is only secondary to the view. Done beautifully and elegantly. Baker Furniture.

photo by Beth Singer

Artistic, whimsical, colorful powder room.

A formal living room where the paintings around the room play the biggest role. The owners are rare art collectors and wanted to feature their collection in this space.

The fun glass top bar takes the stage in this contemporary kitchen.

Bold artwork and clean lines are the recipe for this dining room

The client wanted their wine collection to be the focal point of this lower level bar. Subtle colors evoking the wine country were used in the fabric and a punch of color was added with the small pendants above.

Formal, traditional powder room.

Blue, empire, exquisite, beautiful. Brunschwig and Fils.

Old-world elegance and charm.

Sophistication and beauty from the outside, in.

photo by Beth Singer

Bringing the outside in on a gloomy winter day. In this kitchen you are surrounded by greenery as if sitting in a garden, the murano chandelier above the table was hand painted to compliment the surrounding space.

Monochromaticity at it's fnest.

Contemporary classic dining room.

A bachelor’s bedroom, the client loves wines, fishing, and the outdoors. Original benches from tiger’s stadium add a touch of history to this bedroom. The directors chair beside the bed and the items around all reflect the client’s personality.

photo by Beth Singer

Serenity in a formal setting.

photo by Beth Singer

Dark wood bar accented by colored onyx, red leopard chairs are colored glass complete the space.

A silver jewel box for a powder room.

Vincent van Gogh’s starry night, a turbulent painting, is set against a relaxing urban environment.

Blue glass rectangular subway tiles are contrasted with the circular motions of the mirror and pendants in this New York powder room.

photo by Beth Singer

Copper ceiling, leather, mohair, woven wood shades, rich textures, all compensating for the lack of color in this stately library.

photo by Beth Singer

Grass cloth wallpaper would normally contradict the formality of this powder room, but it works beautifully in this space.

Moldings, wall color, stenciling, fabrics, trims, it’s all in the details in this formal living room.

A contemporary bedroom with a perfect balance black and white.

photo by Beth Singer

Striking color used in a contemporary setting. Winner of a Detroit Home Award.

Welcoming musical foyer, with an amazing mosaic floor.

Design Philosophy

Through world travel and cultural experiences, I guide my clients on an educational journey that incorporates their tangible desires with appropriate elements of design. My work reflects the needs and lifestyle of my client. My goal is to inspire and create excellent, timeless beauty and design whether contemporary or traditional. I strive to provide impeccable service and professionalism. I cherish the time that I spend with my clients in solving and discussing their projects.


I provide a full range of interior design services from the planning stages with architects and builders to completion. I also provide my clients with CAD drawings and renderings throughout each project. I guide my clients through the selection process of all furniture and furnishings, and provide my clients with my expertise in selecting and designing window treatments and custom draperies. I oversee and manage my client's projects from start to finish.

Fee Methods

Complimentary consultations. Fee methods are negotiable depending on the job.

Complimentary Consultation


Additional Info

Bachelors in Fine Arts and Masters in Interior Design. Maha has been published in numerous national and local magazines including Showcase of Interior Designers, Style and Detroit News. National and international projects include New York, Chicago, San Diego, Los Angeles, Florida, Colorado, Paris, Saudi Arabia and San Paolo, Brazil.