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Domaci Relocating To Bethlehem’s South Side Arts District This Winter

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Domaci, a Bethlehem-based furniture and home decor retailer specializing in sustainably-sourced solid-wood furnishings and homewares and gifts, announced recently that it will be relocating its permanent showroom to Bethlehem’s vibrant SouthSide Arts District this January. The showroom will be located at 21 East 3rd Street in the space previously occupied by Cleo’s Silversmith Studio and Gallery, which closed earlier this year following the retirement of owner, Cleo Smith.

Founded by Derrick and Warren Clark in 2015, Domaci launched as an online only furniture retailer. In May 2016, they opened up their first brick and mortar location in Bethlehem’s Historic Downtown district at 523 Main Street. Domaci aims to bring both heirloom-quality and style to the Lehigh Valley with its carefully-curated collection of home décor, and with the January relocation, the shop will be able to expand those offerings in a space nearly three times the size of their current location.

Co-founder Derrick Clark says, “While Warren and I found success on Main Street, we are excited to make the move to south Bethlehem. We’ve been watching the growth and redevelopment that's been going on in the Arts District, and we’re eager to be part of the SouthSide revival. Additionally, we’re thrilled with the opportunities that a larger showroom will afford us. We will be able to host more in-store events and introduce some exciting product lines and initiatives that we simply didn’t have the space for on Main Street.”

The new Domaci showroom will continue to offer the same mix of old and new, and decor that customers have come to expect and love, and which helped Domaci be named Lehigh Valley Style magazine’s “Best Place to Buy Unique Home Decor” in 2017. But also look for expanded locally-made product offerings from their Domaci Makers, such as Rustik Rehab which specializes in transforming reclaimed and salvaged wood into custom furniture pieces and decor. Additionally, the new showroom will feature brand new intros from new and exciting vendors that have, until now, been mostly unavailable in the Lehigh Valley area. One of the most exciting elements of the new showroom will be a “Design Bar” where customers can work with Domaci’s in-house design gurus on their specific projects.

The new Domaci showroom, featuring over 5,000 square feet of furniture, home decor, gifts and carefully curated vintage objects, will be located at 21 East 3rd Street on Bethlehem’s SouthSide Arts District.

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