Home is not just a place for living. It’s where memories are made and a direct reflection of your lifestyle. Home should be your sanctuary. Visit Anthem, a luxury home finishing store influenced by classic San Francisco design. For discerning designers and those who love design, Anthem is your destination for inspiration.
Anthem has luxurious retail retreats located in five locations throughout the Bay Area. Our original store replaced an old grocery store on Sacramento Street in 2008 in the heart of San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood. We opened the second Anthem location in 2017 on the peninsula in downtown Menlo Park. Since then we’ve opened additional locations in Healdsburg Square, downtown Burlingame, and most recently in Marin in the Corte Madera Town Center. Each Anthem store is a unique experience created to inspire the designer in all of us.
Anthem is truly a family business, run by Janelle Loevner - Principal, Buyer, Curator, and Merchandiser for all of the ANTHEM Stores - and her husband Kirk who serves as CEO. Kirk has over 30 years of business management expertise, having been CEO of several Silicon Valley companies.
Anthem is a unique collection of the finest products, designed to inspire and delight.
Janelle Loevner opened Anthem Home in San Francisco in 2008 to share her passion for residential design. Anthem Home occupies an old grocery store on Sacramento Street, in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. The store features an open interior with gorgeous coffered ceilings and Italian Limestone floors. All of the Anthem stores offer an exclusive collection of home decor, tabletop, lighting, furniture, accessories, jewelry, and gifts to discerning Bay Area clientele and Interior Design Professionals
Janelle has over 20 years of experience in interior design and architecture and has worked for leading office furniture manufacturers and residential retailers. She has a degree in Interior Design and started her career at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago doing contract interiors. After moving to NYC, she pursued her true passion for residential interiors. She completed residential renovation projects in New York City and Greenwich, CT, with a focus on construction and interior architecture before moving to the Bay Area and opening Anthem.