As a kid, colorful building blocks were a foundational toy in every home, school and even the dreaded doctor’s office. Now, Sasha Bikoff is keeping that child-like spirit alive in her newest series with Abner Henry, which debuted in High Point Market earlier this month. Presenting eye-popping colors with whirling unique shapes, step into the creative world of interior design as each piece provides a visually captivating experience. The quality of Amish craftsmanship and Sasha Bikoff's maximalist eye for design collide in the new collaboration between Sasha Bikoff and Abner Henry.

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the-elouise-vanity_001.jpgKnown for her eye-catching use of color that translates as both sophisticated and playful, Bikoff’s exquisite works are surely showstopping. As a native New Yorker, she trained in Fine Art and Art History at George Washington University and the American University in Paris where she went on to land her first decorating job at New York’s storied Dakota, an apt debut rich for the future powerhouse. After grinding away at the prestigious Gagosian Gallery, she started her firm that highlights style and knowledge founded in her deep knowledge of design history.

the-lauren-credenza-2.jpgAside from amplifying homes to their best feel, Bikoff has worked with museums, restaurants, bars and other retail establishments like candle brand Otherland and trendy jewelers such as Alison Lou, and DTC darling Away. She has also previously collaborated with notable names like Vervain and Versace, and her stellar work has settled at popular locations like Salone del Mobile and Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Bikoff continues to nod to the Memphis movement with the timeless feel of postmodernism in her challenging but promising latest collection.

the-darius-armoire-half-open.jpgFor Bikoff, collaborating with woodworking masters at Abner Henry was an easy choice. Between the brand's strong-rooted values and responsible stewardship to every collaborator, she had the utmost confidence in the Abner Henry team. As an honest and dynamic company, the talented employees strive to create outstanding products and lasting relationships, all while propelling the multigenerational business forward. Through continuous efforts to highlight sustainability, their hardwoods are sourced within the United States, with the majority of the materials being thirty minutes outside their Mount Hope location. They provide the highest quality pieces that can last a lifetime in the hope of reducing energy spent on the production of new products and benefiting the environment. At Abner Henry, they are proud and honored to S.E.R.V.E.: see the future, engage and develop others, reinvent continuously, value results and relationships and embody the values.

coffee-table-3-copy.jpgIn this collection, Bikoff’s inspiration comes from the creative melding of tradition and colorful innovation, which is reflected in every piece. With over 600 finishes and colors, customers can choose a canvas to carefully compliment their space without having to compromise on style. Named after her husband, the Adam bookshelf features borders of blue boxes with a simplistic contemporary design, perfect for any novel or novelty items. Another selection that stands out is the Ella Desk, inspired by an iconic piece of Memphis Milano design history, Peter Shire’s Brazil Desk, with one leg offering practical storage and drawers that look like it is straight out of a movie. Her drive to let her personality shine through her work while drawing inspiration from family or influential history makes Bikoff a one-of-a-kind success designer.

the-eliza-mirror-console-40.jpgThrough visually appealing artistic expression from Bikoff’s impressive historical influence and Abner Henry’s strong sustainable supplies that guarantee honest and lasting work, these furniture pieces are truly works of art and will quickly transform any living space into an art museum.