Megan Buerger
Editorial aide and reporter

Megan Buerger is an editorial aide and reporter for the Local Living section. She joined the Post in 2010 after graduating from George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. Her reporting runs the gamut from home and garden to local news, as well as concert reviews for the Style section. During her first year with the paper, she also wrote obituaries. She hails from small-town Connecticut and lives in Logan Circle, where she collects decorative elephants, beckoning footwear and an unbridled stockpile of books.

Latest by Megan Buerger

What’s driving art deco’s resurgence? It could be today’s political climate.

What’s driving art deco’s resurgence? It could be today’s political climate.

The style, which conveys strength and industry, first became popular after World War I.

Ready to install a barn door in your home? Learn about farmhouse style first.

Ready to install a barn door in your home? Learn about farmhouse style first.

The design style has gone mainstream. Here’s how to do it right.

A small word of advice on boho’s big revival: Use restraint

A small word of advice on boho’s big revival: Use restraint

Avoid kitsch and clutter for a curated approach to the gypsy look.

Solutions to the most daunting, irritating and time-consuming household hassles

Solutions to the most daunting, irritating and time-consuming household hassles

Tasks such as cleaning the tub and scrubbing the fridge don’t have to be so time-consuming.