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A return-to-brick-and-mortar movement is underway in Presidio Heights, and Anyon Atelier's founder Lindsay Brier is happy to be a part of it. "I feel like there's this revival of Sacramento Street now—it felt dead for a long time," she tells the Chronicle. But with the rise of interior design stores like March, Future Perfect, Hudson Grace, and Brier's own atelier, she sees an increase in foot traffic on Sacramento.
Now, folks can shop the four-block stretch, interact with items and materials and have conversations with interior decor experts before purchasing for their homes. So head over to find design inspiration, feel the alpaca throws (Brier's are from family-farm-raised Suri alpacas), and nix shipping costs by walking out the door with your one-of-a-kind find.
· Design, Art Are in Genes of Owner of Anyon Atelier [The San Francisco Chronicle]
· Anyon Now Open in Presidio Heights for Gorgeous Home Interiors [Racked SF]