The Sherrill Collection selected Anyon Interior Design to create a "Manhattan Library" within its San Francisco Design Center showroom. The room features pieces from The Sherrill Collection's line as well as a Turkish Oushak rug from Jalili Rugs and various antiques and accessories, including a massive antique French door, all carefully hand picked by Lindsay Brier, ASID, Anyon's principal designer and founder. Brier appointed the room with contemporary paintings by renowned California and New York based artist Ethel Lebenkoff whose work is part of numerous important collections including the Museum of the City of New York. "Over the last few years, we've grown to truly admire Lindsay's design abilities and talents," said Lani Taylor, owner of The Sherrill Collection. "Her room exemplifies our line's transitional look and feel and adds a fresh look to our showroom." The opening party for Brier's library will be held on Thursday, March 25th from 2:00-4:00PM.
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