Danziger Design is an Interior Design firm located in Bethesda, MD. We were recently awarded Bethesda Magazine’s 2019 Best of Bethesda Readers’ Pick for Best Interior Designer. We won this award in 2017 as well. We have the training and expertise to manage all the details of your project and we know the importance of listening to your ideas and understanding your needs.

Our main work includes scores of private residences in Maryland, Virginia and DC. Danziger Design has also completed several Accounting, Legal and Medical offices as well. We have also taken on some unique and special projects, including a 300 year-old farmhouse in West Chester, PA, a two bedroom condo in Tribeca, NY, and most recently, a farmhouse on 32 acres in Chadds Ford, PA. Other past projects also include a private residence in Denver, CO, a vacation home in Florida, and a kitchen remodel in Park City, UT.

Our experience in the Interior Design field has allowed us to forge lasting client relationships, which in turn has provided us with word of mouth referrals. In this every changing world of social networking, our solid design reputation has also allowed the business to grown with new and varied clients as well.

We enjoy challenging ourselves with new and unique projects that allow us to put our creativity, knowledge and years of experience to work. We have created and maintained solid relationships with architects, contractors, trades people and design vendors in Maryland, DC and Virginia. We partner with those individuals who believe in design as a team approach.

We utilize AutoCAD software to provide time-saving drawings for your project. Any changes can be made quickly and efficiently, thus creating an added value for our clients.

We are certified and licensed in Maryland and Washington DC. Danziger Design is an Allied Member of ASID, the American Society of Interior Designers. Why is this important? ASID is the oldest and largest professional organization for Interior Designers. ASID members agree to abide by the Society’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. ASID offers members continuing education to ensure ASID designers receive the most current information in regards to materials, technology, building codes, health and safety standards to name a few.

Outside of the design studio, we recently participated in the 2018 Light Up the Season event to benefit Children’s Hospital. We have participated in the 2012 DC Design House benefitting Children’s Hospital and we have also participated in the 2009 and 2011 Georgetown Jingles which benefit Georgetown Hospital’s Pediatric Oncology Unit. We helped design pediatric hospital suites at Georgetown Hospital, and we helped design a lobby to help domestic violence victims in Montgomery County.



Wendy Danziger began loving design after a visit to Rome in College. It was clear that a focus on interiors was in her future.  After interning in both residential and commercial settings, she ventured out to begin her own firm.

Fast forward a number of years  and the  passion for design lives on.  Wendy loves to solve problems and make people happy.   Wendy’s goal to produce forward thinking,  interesting, and edgy design projects is achieved through activities like learning Autocad and constantly discovering new resources.

One of Wendy’s finest moments has been her volunteer work with organizations where she can “help” such as the Georgetown Jingle.

Wendy  loves to multitask by exercising, playing golf, reading and frequenting good theater, but the love of her life is her family, especially 10 year old granddaughter Cori.


Mary Biletnikoff takes on many different roles at Danziger Design. Her love of design began in the 6th Grade when she and her brother collaborated on a whole house model for an art competition and won best of show.  She is responsible for invoicing, vendor payment, order tracking, and anything else that needs to be done. Her degrees in Business and Interior Design have definitely prepared her for her role with the firm.

Additionally, Mary has become Danziger Design’s social marketing point of contact. She is constantly looking for ways to keep the firm competitive in this new world of marketing. Whether it’s blogging, website updating, or keeping current with Houzz, Facebook, and Pinterest, Mary’s background in Marketing fuels her interest in this arena.

When not juggling her various roles at Danziger Design, Mary enjoys spending time with her family, boating, sewing, cooking, traveling and delving into projects in her own home. Her miniature poodle, Bella joins her in the office most days.