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Janelle Loevner.

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“There is nothing quite like the mesmerizing scent of a Tom Dixon candle ($128-$220). And the packaging is almost as fantastic as the vessel itself.”

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“Abyss towels ($18-$76) are by far the softest, most absorbent luxury towels on the market. We are so excited to be carrying them exclusively in our Menlo Park store!”

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“These luggage racks ($162) are easy to use, fold into almost nothing, and are clever and cute. We have lots of different designs, and we’re the only ones in the Bay Area that stock them.”

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“This blue velvet lounge chair ($2,760) is a stunner. The clean lines and open back make it a winner.”

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“Handmade in Vermont from New England ash by Farmhouse Pottery—a husband-and-wife team—these wooden bowls ($55-$340) are great for all uses on the table, and can be casual or dressed up.”

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“We are neighbors with Mabel Chong in S.F., and are excited to carry her line in Menlo Park, including this South Sea pearl necklace ($5,500). The way she mixes materials creates the most timeless and beautiful jewelry.”

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What's in Store

Anh-Minh Le | May 30, 2017 | Style & Beauty Story Style National

Downtown Menlo Park will soon be getting a new home decor destination: Janelle Loevner is slated to open an outpost of her San Francisco retail establishment, Anthem, in June. “We finally found the perfect spot, in a great neighborhood,” she says of the latest location, “so we decided to give it a go!”

While there is some overlap with what she carries in San Francisco, the Peninsula store’s offerings will be “new and fresh,” with an extensive selection of gifts and accessories, as well as a greater emphasis on outdoor living. In the slideshow above, she shares a sneak peek of the goods that shoppers can expect to find in the boutique. 889 Santa Cruz Ave.

Originally published in the May/June issue of
Silicon Valley

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