Holland & Sherry

Holland & Sherry has provided the world’s finest fabrics to the apparel industry for almost 200 years, evolving a unique tradition of luxury and quality into interiors. From its inception in 1836, when Stephen Holland & Frederick Sherry began as woolen merchants in London, Holland & Sherry has specialized in the finest wool and silk cloths. Having established a reputation for providing superior fabrics to the most prestigious tailors and luxury brands, Holland & Sherry later moved to Savile Row, where the apparel division remains a fixture today.
In 1998, Holland & Sherry Interiors was created out of this legacy. Taking inspiration from the traditional apparel fabrics, our line of textiles is suited to any aspect of a sumptuous interior, from upholstery or drapery to fine accessories. as weavers and merchants of the most desirable textiles available, our collections of cashmere, silk velvets, natural linens, and fine wools have garnered international acclaim.
Holland & Sherry has grown to develop collections that range from furnishings, wallcoverings, leather, hardware, trims, custom rugs and embroidery, all representing our standard of quality and craftsmanship.

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The Washington Design Center at Franklin Court is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown Washington, DC business district at the corner of 14th Street, NW and L Street, NW. Our neighborhood is filled with restaurants, hotels, shopping and business services.

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