We’re back with a new guest tastemaker for some quick-fire questions and a mini-curation of some fab Chairish finds!
This week we are joined by Washington D.C.- based interior designer, Zoë Feldman. A Parsons School of Design alum, Zoë got her start with the Manhattan firm Mark Hampton, Inc before founding her boutique firm, Zoë Feldman Design, based in D.C.’s iconic Georgetown neighborhood. When she’s not creating clean, modern interiors with an astute eye for sustainable practices, you might spot Zoë as a guest decorator on NBC’s Today Show. Discover this multifaceted designer’s performance aspirations and jet-setting wishlist, plus see the finds Zoë’s currently coveting on Chairish!
Coolest vintage piece in your house?
A Womb Chair from my dad’s childhood house. I have very chic grandparents.
Where’s next on your travel bucket list?
India, but my husband hasn’t signed off on this quite yet.
One talent you wish you had?
Singing but I’m terrible. Currently I’m down to just my one and three-year-old daughters as my audience, but even that is waning. Regardless, I still love karaoke. I’ve been told I have stage presence and I choose to believe it.
What’s a current trend you hope doesn’t exist in 100 years?
They all come back around, in some way or another, and I actually love that part.
Headshot by Laura Metzler