Our “Follow This Tastemaker” program brings you closer to your favorite designers than ever before. The newest tastemaker we’re excited to introduce is DC-based designer Zoë Feldman, whose signature style and inspired renovations have taken the Georgetown set by storm. If you don't already know Zoë (and you will soon), she’s been decorating and designing spaces for over 20 years. In 2020, she was named one of the top ten ‘New Trads’ by Traditional Home and was awarded ‘Best Boutique Interior Design Firm’ by Home & Design. Additionally, her work has been featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Domino, Lonny, Better Homes & Gardens, and The Washingtonian. Zoë Feldman got her start by working for Alexa Hampton, the iconic principal designer of AD100 firm Marc Hampton, Inc. Today, Zoë’s projects take her from her home base in Washington, DC, to New York, the Hamptons, and Florida. She’s known for an inventive, bold use of color and pattern that still feels at home in spaces of different types, and is equally skilled in the renovation of a classic townhouse, the decorating of a modern penthouse, or the design of a ground-up new building. And for vintage and antique lovers (like all of us at Chairish), the team at Zoë Feldman Design are well versed in finding and sharing the best products. “As a team, we always start the design development process by sourcing vintage first,” Feldman says. “Not only do these pieces add character and personality to a space but it’s also an ethical and sustainable approach in our design practices.” And as a business, they walk the walk when it comes to environmentalism as well; they donate their original site visit fee entirely to one of four green charities. If you’re looking to emulate Zoë Feldman’s bold, classic style, keep watching this page for all her current favorite decor pieces and design ideas. To receive them directly to your inbox, be sure to follow her for ongoing updates on all the things that are catching her eye. And be on the lookout for the other tastemakers we’ll be launching soon as well. And for even more about Zoë Feldman, check out our recent in-depth interview with her.