Spectacular Interior Design for Urban Spaces
Ebonee creates beautiful and functional residential and commercial interior designs in Washington, D.C. She serves the entire metropolitan area including neighboring areas of Maryland and Virginia.
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Moonlight Interiors is a Washington DC interior design firm owned by Ebonee Bachman, Allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Ebonee specializes in creating spectacular urban spaces. Adept at designing both small city condos and large suburban homes & townhomes, Ebonee puts her client’s taste into action. Her work can be found in residences and commercial spaces across the DC metro area, from North Virginia to Chevy Chase, Maryland. With her friendly approach and savvy taste, no Washington DC interior design job is too small or big for her.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
November 20, 2014 |
When it comes to displaying children’s art, there are many different options for you to consider. In the past, you might have expected that your child would just hang their artwork on the fridge and that would be enough. However, in recent years children are getting more pride and pleasure seeing their artwork hung in their rooms as part of the décor. There are many different ways that you can do this that will make their artwork look like it is true art, and not just something that you tacked on the wall. The best options are gallery-style frames, art frames with clips to change work often, or even matted frames that you purchase...
October 30, 2014 |
It’s hard sometimes, to grasp just how much influence politics has on areas you wouldn’t expect, like home décor, but it does. Jacqueline Kennedy was the first to open the White House to television cameras, to show America the redecorating she’d done to the seriously outdated space. When a first lady renovates or redecorates, it makes news, and many people like to emulate those styles in their own homes. You can even get some clues based only on the party in charge; Democratic presidents have tended to add more historical or history-themed items, but more contemporary art rather than classical paintings. Need inspiration? A virtual tour of the White House may be in...