The whimsical Loop de Loop nightstand, designed by Sasha Bikoff features a color palette reminiscent of Venetian Carnivale paired with the 1980s Memphis Milano movement. The tapered legs with ball feet are a playful element that corresponds with the swirly round knobs—an ode to gold earrings from the 80s. The namesake detail of the nightstand is the “loop de loop” motif surrounding the drawers. This motif—often seen in metal garden furniture and architectural details—pays homage to Dorothy Draper, one of Bikoff’s most significant design influences.
The go-to decorator for Manhattan’s well-heeled millennial set — New York Post
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.
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.