Media: The Washington Post


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

Published on September 24, 2014


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


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


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.


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


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


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.


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.


Designers Challenge
Designers Solution

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