Media: The Washington Post

 

washinton postArticle: Small-space design: Five common mistakes and how to fix them

Published on September 24, 2014

Challenge:

In a small space, every inch counts — and every mistake can have big consequences.

Solution:

Ebonee Bachman shares her knowledge on how to choose furniture for small spaces in this article.

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washinton postHouse Calls: Filling an unused space

Published on January 22, 2014

Challenge:

After removing the wall between their kitchen and living space, Bethesda residents Kevin Giesecke and Janna Hayes need help outfitting the open floor plan in their mid-century home. Giesecke and Hayes want a contemporary feel that is more warm and cozy than sleek, with earthy tones and pieces that can hold up to three active children.

Solution:

Designer Ebonee Bachman helps fill out the underused space with comfortable sectional furniture while pairing soft colors with distressed-wood pieces for a contemporary look.



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washinton postHouse Calls: An upscale downstairs

Published on October 16, 2013

Challenge:

Kathy Stuart of Kensington said the narrow staircase to her basement has long prevented her from giving the space a design overhaul. Stuart wants a contemporary and polished look, as well as a separate living space for her daughter, who may move in after college graduation.

The Solution:

Designer Ebonee Bachman picks contemporary colors and prints for the basement, and furniture with space constraints in mind.



To see the full Washington Post article click here: DC Interior Designer article.

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House Calls: Redecorating a foyer in Burke

Published on January 23, 2013

Challenge:

When Lynn Vandermey moved into her Burke townhouse she encountered a 7-by-9-foot foyer that needed help.   She turned to the Megan Buerger of the Washington Post to assist her with the process.

Solution:

Megan turned to a Washington DC interior designer that she could trust, Ebonee Bachman of Moonlight Interiors, who “gave the dull entryway new life.” Below is a photograph of the empty foyer, and next to it is Ebonee’s design rendering.

 

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To see the full Washington Post article click here: Washington DC Interior Designer article.