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Sasha Bikoff

Sasha Bikoff is known for her flawless execution of bold and colorful maximalist designs sculpted by her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Bikoff’s international style is heavily influenced by the multicultural flair of her hometown, New York City, and from her frequent travels to Paris, Marrakesh and Milan. Sasha studied Fine Arts and Art History at George Washington University and the American University in Paris, beginning her career at a world-renowned art gallery before establishing her own interior design firm, Sasha Bikoff Interior Design.

Following her design debut with an apartment in the famed Dakota, Sasha was dubbed the “interior designer for the young & wealthy” by the New York Times and the “go-to decorator for Manhattan’s well-heeled millennial set” by the New York Post. Her imaginative aesthetic is 18th-century French and Italian Rococo mixed with Space Age Modern from the 1960s, French Modernism from the 1970s and Italian Memphis Milano from the 1980s. It is a combination that highlights the best of the best from the coveted aesthetics of New York, Paris, Milan, Rome, the Hamptons, Miami, Palm Beach and Palm Springs. As an antiques dealer on 1stdibs, Sasha sources antique and vintage items from around the world which she reimagines in couture fashion fabrics.

Using a keen understanding of design and culture, Bikoff creates spaces based on her clients’ passions and inspirations. For Bikoff, interiors represent more than just living spaces: They evoke a distinguished lifestyle, offering individuals the unique opportunity to turn their homes into an eclectic, creative oasis. Sasha has exhibited her work at Art Basel Miami and Salone del Mobile in collaboration with Versace, DIFFA, the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala, Holiday House, and the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Sasha has a collection of carpets with her Disco Dots and Zodiac designs, as well as a fabric and wallpaper collection with Fabricut and Vervain, a mosaic tile collection with New Ravenna, and a lighting collection with a Currey & Company.




The collection of designs signify discovery from Dutch cartography in the 17th century to the classic bandana iconography of the Americana aesthetic. Bikoff’s historical global travel begins with Atlas Maior with a colorful reinterpretation of the 17th century map. Bikoff also looked to Ptolemy's ``systems of the world” with her interpretation of the Ptolemy Medallion showing the universe and celestial spheres.
Bikoff showcases the global voyage from the Old World to the New World through the designs of the Americana collection.