Celebrating eight decades of success, Lewis & Sheron Textiles stands as a testament to resilience, community connection, and unwavering dedication.
Graphic from a Lewis Textiles postcard in 1968 PHOTO COURTESY OF LEWIS & SHERON
For some, it is the happy childhood memory of roaming the endless rows of fabrics, Dum-Dum in hand, picking your favorite pattern for an imaginary house. The sweet, starchy spell of new fabric wafting into your nostrils as your mother discusses her project with Bobbi Sheron. For others, it’s the decades-long relationship they have formed with the showroom on Howell Mill that is as steadfast as the sun. Whatever it may be, it is evident that Lewis & Sheron Textiles has long been a special and trusted place in the design community.
Lewis Textiles circa 1960. PHOTO COURTESY OF LEWIS & SHERON
“We wouldn’t be here without our strong connection with the local community,” says Sam. “We have relationships with clients that literally span generations. And what’s really great is we also get to work with the incredible Atlanta Design community. There is so much talent in this city, and we love being able to offer specialized Trade Services for them. We know how they operate and handle all the workload so they can focus on the Interior Design and caring for their own clients.”
(From Left) Husand and wife, Liron and Sam Sheron, with Bobbi and Larry Sheron and Charles Sheron PHOTO COURTESY OF BAREFOOT IMAGERY
Like all small family businesses, Lewis & Sheron is constantly reinventing itself. From new product lines like Verellen and their long partnership with Libeco Home Belgian Linen to the latest and more exciting designer collections from vendors like Kravet and Fabricut, they are always searching for the best products on the market. After 35 years in their iconic location on Huff Road, Lewis & Sheron moved in 2019 to a new state-of-the-art Design Center, an exciting milestone for the company, providing over 30,000 yards of high-quality fabrics and American-made upholstery in a beautifully easy-to-shop layout. “There really isn’t any store like ours that has combined thousands of the best fabrics with the most well-crafted furniture,” says Sam. “Our ancestors have always run the company with a big heart, which continues to this day. We strive to learn from our mistakes, do the right thing no matter the cost and act with honesty, loyalty and integrity. Under-promise and over-deliver.” Continuing to serve the community for generations to come, repurposing heirlooms, providing lollipops, creating core memories and inspiring generations of designers to come. 1017 Collier Road, Ste. F1, lsfabrics.com
A tableau in the showroom showcasing applications of their fabrics and custom-designed furniture. PHOTO COURTESY OF BAREFOOT IMAGERY