Zoe joined Sustainable Kitchens after returning from adventuring (and working) in Sydney, Australia. Graduating from The University of Liverpool with a BSc in Psychology, she delved into the exciting world of media and marketing. She has worked for global media companies working with homes and interiors clients and now looks after the marketing here at Sustainable Kitchens and loves immersing herself in the interiors industry.
More About Zoe
Why are kitchens important to Zoe?
“I love all things interior design and renovation. I am a firm believer in buying less, but buying quality. So for me, the kitchen is just that – You want it to last, look stunning, and of course not impact our environment. It’s an investment piece and has such a big impact on families lives. The kitchen has been the heart of my homes growing up”
What do you do in your spare time?
“In my spare time, I like to adventure! I have lived in a few cities since graduating and love to explore new places – Particularly the food and the dog walks / mountains. I moved to Bristol as a central spot for exploring the south coast, London and Wales whilst still being close to the family ‘Up North!’. I love holidaying and travelling but may have found my forever city in Bristol… Who knows!?”
When do you see Zoe?
You will see Zoe if you head down to the showroom or at industry events. Or behind the website and social media platforms!
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