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McShea's Manager Opens Art Shop in Wayne

The shop features the work of local artists, as well as antique furniture being refinished by owner Teresa Decker.

Teresa Decker describes her new store, Eastcote Lane, as a "working shop and art space."

Located on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne, the bright, airy shop, which opened in May, is a place for Decker to refinish antique and vintage furniture, while also providing a venue for other local artists. 

"I have oil paintings from a woman in Narberth, ceramics from a gentleman in Bala Cynwyd. I have hand-poured soy candles from a girl in Chester," she said.

Her favorite item in the store? The Union Jack dresser in the window. The store's British theme is not an affectation—Decker grew up in the United Kingdom.

"I was opening a home store, [and] home to me is Eastcote Lane," Teresa Decker said.

Eastcote Lane is located in Harrow, a suburban borough in northwest London. A self-described Army brat, Decker lived there before moving to the United States at 13.

Now a Havertown resident, she splits her time between the new store and her other job, bar manager at McShea's Restaurant in Narberth.

Eastcote Lane is located at 751 W. Lancaster Avenue, with parking available next to Toppers Salon. The store will set up shop at the Clover Market in Ardmore this summer, as well as the Narberth Music and Arts Festival.

Eastcote Lane
751 W. Lancaster Ave
Wayne PA 19087

484-580-6421

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Store hours, according to the website:

Weds 12-5
Thursday 11-7
Friday 11-6
Saturday 10-6
Sunday 11-4

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