With the main goal to build stunning interior design projects, Sasha Bikoff sources antique and vintage items from around the planet which she reimagines in couture fashion fabrics. For the top interior designer, marvelous interiors represent more than just living spaces: they evoke a notable lifestyle, providing to any design-lover the exclusive opportunity to turn their homes into an eclectic, remarkable and creative oasis. Dakota Apartment is one of these contemporary interior design projects: a space influenced by multicultural styles and unique details.
In the modern living room, walls are painted a light peach-pink, which reminds me of Ballets Russes costumes, and the unique furniture pieces are an eclectic mix of the French Empire. However, the library designed by Sasha Bikoff is the single masculine room in the house, painted a Yves Klein–style blue because the color is so sophisticated, intellectual, and artistic.
Recognized for her well-adjusted understanding of modern design, perfect execution, and technical knowhow sculpted from her massive worldly exploits and experiences, Sasha Bikoff designed a modern apartment in the storied and exclusive Dakota building in New York City for her mother.
During all the design project and process, Sasha Bikoff fused her mother’s appreciation for French unique aesthetic having lived on the Ile Saint-Louis and studied in the Sorbonne. Inside this contemporary home, it is possible to get impressed by the glamorous vibe of these historical walls: Judy Garland, an artistic legend, once lived here.
From dazzling lacquered walls to superb hand-painted wallpaper by de Gournay to her mother’s inherited Persian Tabriz silk rugs, the exquisite apartment is a true reflection of Sasha Bikoff’s mother. It includes is an eclectic mix of French Empire, Rococo, fireplaces play homage to Versailles and Marie Antoinette, and 1970’s fine art pieces with a unique design. What a contemporary art gallery inside a modern apartment full of history!
Sasha Bikoff mother’s favorite color was purple, so naturally, the contemporary bedroom had to be purple – a sense of memory and a way to make the space serene and calming.
One of the most prominent names in the world of contemporary interior design and using a keen understanding of design and culture, Sasha Bikoff is confidently a bright star in the interior design world.
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