Madison has studied both Interior Design at Moore College of Art & Design as well as Communications at Drexel University. Madison began her career in the culinary industry, working with highly-renowned chefs worldwide, focusing on fine-dining menu development for companies such as The Chef's Garden and Farmer Lee Jones. Post the kitchen Madison focused on food & beverage recruitment for the top restauranteurs in the country via Culinary Agents.
After 14 years in the F&B world, Madison dove head first into design after building her own home. Since then Madison has worked on projects of varying scales from small powder rooms to whole house full-gut renovations. Simultaneously working for Chairish, where she assists many of the top interior designers with their sourcing needs of vintage, antique and newly made items.
When it comes to design Madison personally loves the unexpected. Valuing both minimalism and maximalism depending on the space. Unique lighting placements, oversized art, playing with monochromatic textures to create depth, and always incorporating one-of-a-kind vintage and antique pieces to bring individuality to a space. Creating a conversation starter that is timeless is always the goal!
Read more about Madison Alpern Interiors in the Philadelphia Inquirer below.