Spring has sprung at Alison Friedricks Interiors with a whirlwind of new and exciting projects and we’re pleased to have some extra help from the Greeley Senior Experience.
Zoe Moskowitz has joined our staff and will get an inside look at the interior design industry and some firsthand experience as she finishes the school year.
In addition to handling calls and managing orders, Zoe will join Alison Friedricks on appointments and looks forward to learning about choosing paint colors, coordinating fabrics and accessorizing a space. While her own home is designed in the Arts and Crafts style, she appreciates a mix of new construction with older charm and thinks that design should revolve around comfort. Most importantly, every home should have a dog, like her two rescues, Roxie and Titan.
Like many incoming freshmen, decorating her dorm room at the College of Charleston in South Carolina is an exciting concept. In an effort to achieve a homey feel, Zoe plans to bring plenty of pictures of friends and family and incorporate some Christmas lights. She’ll select her bedding from Anthropologie because it appeals to her classic style and bohemian flair.
Helping others plays an important role in Zoe’s life, exemplified by her involvement in two community service organizations, J-Team Leadership and Midnight Run, where she exercises her leadership and listening skills as President of the former and works to bring clothing, food and toiletries to New York City’s homeless population via the latter. She’ll work with Alison Friedricks Interiors until June 15th and then looks forward to traveling abroad and a summer job at the Jacob Burns Film Center before embarking upon the next exciting chapter of her life.