Anne Symon Interiors is a San Francisco-based residential and commercial interior design firm known for its timeless and turnkey approach to creating spaces that express each client’s unique vision. Since 1994, Anne Symon Interiors has provided clients with refined expertise in interior design, architectural planning, project management, furniture design, and art consulting. Anne’s extensive interior design portfolio includes large-scale and specialty home, office, and restaurant renovations across the Bay Area, Northern California, Southern California, Los Angeles, and throughout the United States and Europe.
Anne’s design philosophy centers on creating timeless, highly aesthetic interior spaces explicitly tailored to each client. As an experienced world traveler, Anne offers an international approach that regularly influences her unique style. Moreover, Anne and her team approach each engagement as a true collaboration, ensuring that the client’s taste and practical requirements are principal guiding elements throughout every phase of the project. Anne’s passion, integrity, experience, and professionalism are readily evident in her diverse portfolio of creative and stunning results and the firm’s extensive list of highly discerning clients.
Anne is broadly renowned by her clients and peers for her personable demeanor, collaborative style, customer service, and how much she cares for her community. She is an active volunteer with Jack London State Park Partners and has previously been involved with The Child Abuse Prevention Center of San Francisco.
The Symon name carries great historical weight in the San Francisco/Bay area. Anne is a fifth-generation native to the Bay, and her great-grandfather founded Symon Brothers back in 1906. He played a big role in the “takedown” of SF after the 1906 earthquake and created one of the City’s first salvage yards. Symon Bros was instrumental in the rebuilding of the City.
Symon Brothers, 1940’s Market St. San Francisco.
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