You're Invited to a Tea Party: Introducing Domestic Construction

What happens when two vintage-loving super-talented designer friends put their heads — and hands — together?
Domestic Construction.
Maureen Walsh, Uncle Bikes clothing designer — and former kellygolightly alum, and Trish Andersen, Anthropologie’s Fifth Avenue store display coordinator, met in the fibers department at SCAD and, as most young designers do these days, eventually moved to Brooklyn, where they formed the fab new design studio specializing in interiors, environments and one-of-a kind fashion and home products.
You can scope out their debut line of dresses crafted from vintage fabrics and hand screen-printed pillows at Domestic Construction (and buy at a Renegade Craft Fair near you).
But it’s their ted lights, made with vintage teacups, that we’re swooning over, and that you can nab right now on Etsy if you’re fast enough.
Imagine hanging one, or a cluster, over your kitchen or dining room table for a statement all your Scandinavian-design-loving friends would sell their first-borns for. They’d also make such a fab, unexpected gift.
Take a peek!

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