A new business venture in Wilmington offers a distinctive mixture of whimsy, craftsmanship and home décor.
Located in a design/build enclave off Market Street, the IDC (Interior Design Center) Wilmington is the brainchild of Terry Jaszcar, an accomplished woodworker and custom cabinetmaker. His workshop is at the back of the building; the retail space is filled with everything from vintage mechanical toys to furniture finds to jewelry.
“We pride ourselves in having unique items that you haven’t seen before, such as an original 1960’s ‘egg chair’ with built in stereo speakers, a 1640s German hand-carved armoire (of which there are only seven known to have been made throughout the world) and women’s purses from the 30s, 40s and 50s,” said manager Sally Barenbaum.
In addition to doing custom woodworking, Jaszcar restores antiques to museum quality, she said. He can redo or restore the finish on any furniture item a customer purchases, if the existing finish is not to their liking.
IDC Wilmington’s address is 4022 Market Street, but it is located in a cluster of studios at the end of Wetsig Street. For more information, call 343-3325.
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