January 15, 2018
Domaci Brings Beautiful Home Goods to Lancaster
A new shop will shine at the center of Lancaster in 2019.
Domaci (pronounced doe-mah-si), which means home in Czech, will be finding their new home with us right here at 101NQ (learn more about this shopping, living, and working destination here) in Downtown Lancaster. Founded by Derrick and Warren Clark, this eclectic home furnishing store features a carefully curated collection of home decor including couches, tables, rugs, lighting, and handmade goods (we’re already making a wishlist!).
To the current design coordinator at the Bethlehem flagship store, this new location is a dream come true. Rebecca Addington, who grew up in York and is married to a Lancaster native, has always loved this city.
“I was drawn to its big city benefits and small town charm,” said Addington. So when the opportunity to move to Lancaster presented itself, she jumped at the chance to bring her passion for interior design with her by way of finding a second location for Domaci.
Lancaster seemed like the perfect spot.
While exploring downtown in search of a location for the new store, Rebecca came across the old Bulova building and hoped that someone would do something great with the space. Little did she know at the time that she would play a vital role in seeing that hope come to life by helping Domaci become one the anchor tenants of The Row, the street level retail section of 101NQ.
“We at Domaci are excited to bring this unique approach to home furnishings & interior design to Lancaster,” said Addington. “We believe there’s a designer in everyone, and that decorating your home shouldn’t be about following a strict set of rules, but instead trusting your instincts, and creating a home that’s colorful and comfortable—all while fitting right in with your lifestyle.”
Domaci is inspired by classic design principles, but appreciates the unique. Their collection of home furnishings offers a contemporary take on the classics, mixing materials, while paying respect to the tradition of craftsmanship. This includes local craftsmanship, as Domaci plans to offer locally-made home goods.
Domaci’s mantra is “you should love where you live”, and helping their customers accomplish that is what drives them. We have a feeling that when they open their doors here in Lancaster, the Domaci community will make them feel right at home!
Find out more about Domaci on their website.
We want to thank the full 101NQ team for making this destination a possibility: PPM Real Estate, LeFevre Funk Architects Inc, Warfel Construction, Lusk & Associates, Community First Fund, Commonwealth Cornerstone Group, RGS Associates, Lancaster City Alliance, Zamagias Properties, and Fig.