10 vibrant, on-trend designs that New York interior designer Sasha Bikoff has her eye on

Sasha's Wish List

New York born and bred interior designer Sasha Bikoff has recently taken the interior design world by storm. Influenced by the multicultural flavors of her hometown as well as her experiences traveling abroad, Sasha creates on-the-pulse spaces that harmoniously blend pieces from an array of styles and periods—think Italian and French midcentury mixed with neo-Art Deco and contemporary collectible design. In fact, it was the unique mix of her vibrantly kaleidoscopic, Memphis-inspired interior for Kips Bay Decorator Show House that had us wanting to know more about Sasha's chicly eclectic approach. 

Scroll on to get inspired by ten coveted designs that this alchemist tastemaker would love to have for herself.


Suspended Cage by Anouchka Potdevin 

"This suspended cage by Anouchka Potdevin  is a whimsical conversational piece and brings a fun way for people to enjoy the indoors."

Photo © Anouchka Potdevin


Mykonos Sofa by May Arratia

"This sofa from May Arratia  looks like a piece of jewelry. I love the funky shape, the mix of colors, and the reflective material of the legs."

Photo © MAY ARRATIA studio


Multifunctional Pill Cabinet by Dalius Razauskas for Emko

"To me, this Emko piece exudes a contemporary Memphis vibe. The gridded internal structure set within the round shape makes this a functional, sculptural art piece."

Photo © Emko


Xo Right-Hand Mono Secretaire from Estemporaneo

"I love how this secretaire from Estemporaneo  is modern and edgy while also having an old world, traditional glamour."



Arrayanes Stool by May Arratia

"These stools are reminiscent of 1960s space-age but with a modern twist."

Photo © MAY ARRATIA studio


Connector Coffee Table by CONTAIN

"Terrazzo is such a trend now, and this table by CONTAIN  has a knock-out top juxtaposed with a simple base."



French Plastic Flower Mirror, 1970s

"I love anything that references nature, and this vintage plastic flower mirror will add a sense of quirkiness to any space."

Photo © Nathalie Laurent


C.LAMP in Pink by Maria Gustavsson & Petra Lilja for Swedish Ninja

"The proportions of this sconce from Swedish Ninja are small and discreet while still being extremely stylish and not boring."

Photo © Swedish Ninja


Flush Mounts Ceiling Lights from RTH, 1950s

"These ceiling lights remind me of Keith Haring's paintings and have a great Pop Art effect."

Photo © Fauna (Kvardag As)


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