Sasha Bikoff is an interior designer who founded her own design firm about four years ago, and that’s not even her full occupation, as she owns two boutique stores selling vintage furniture that she reupholstered using luxury textiles from brands such as Dolce & Gabbana or Oscar de La Renta. Her interior design aesthetic is modern and makes use of layers, vivid tones and elegant furniture pieces that make a room pop, while mixing contemporary art to convey more character. Discover this Hudson Valley project where she left the color outside for a black, white and wood modern interior that looks out of this world:
There are many layers in the modern interior of this living room, with puffy chairs, rock-like black center tables and a beautiful white sofa with sleek Italian lines. The marble pattern on the rug looks absolutely stunning under the sputnik inspired chandelier and the only pop of brightness comes from the contemporary painting on the back wall.
Two sideboards in very distinct styles, one in the hallway on the other on a back wall, fill the modern interior with life. On the first, the mirror reflects the stairway with clever placement and maximizes the perceived space and the second is adorned with sublime golden fixtures with a kind of tribal theme.
The look on the dining room is much more simple, with a subtle country feel to it. The white tones dominate this room and ample windows provide the necessary lighting to contrast with the brown tones.
The bedrooms are sleek, with neutral tones and furniture that comes in pairs. On the bottom one, poplar root nightstands, a couple of round mirrors and a pair of beautiful armchairs surround a magnificent three-level center table.