We offer a wide variety of products and services beyond reupholstering and fabricating custom-built furniture. Space planning and interior design services are available for every commercial and residential project as well. Some of our customers include the Detroit casinos, Leader Dogs For The Blind, MORPACE, The Palace,The Fox Theater, Henry Ford Health System, and several well known restaurants. Many established interior designers also rely on our quality workroom to meet their clients’ high expectations in workmanship.

Additionally, we offer temporary moving services and expert installations to various businesses. We are frequently hired to alter office cubicle panels, rennovate exam rooms, or update a client’s dining or lobby areas.

As a stocking dealer for NEW office seating as well, we offer quality seating from Office Master, Comfort Tek, and Snap Office. Our loyal commercial clients often utilize Furniture-Redefined continually as their businesses evolve over the years.

Office Master

Comfor Tek

Snap Office

Our unique workshop is also equipped to handle the more delicate process of antique restoration of fine upholstered pieces. Great care is taken in preserving each historical treasure. Design assistance is available to clients in the selection of fabric accordingly.

Our business in Livonia houses an inviting fabric library that consists of a variety of materials for our clients, both traditional and contempory. We are also delighted to offer both “high performance” and eco-friendly facrics to interested customers.

Some of our fabric suppliers include: Fabricut, Inc.

Fabricut

Kravet Fabrics

Luxury Fabrics

Maxwell Fabrics

Maharam

Norbar Fabrics

Robert Allen Fabrics

CF Stinson

F. Schumacher

Owner Fred Pappalardo and our on-staff interior designer, Carol Cohan each bring over 30 years of experience to the table when involved in space planning, design consultation, and the coordination of fabrics and finishes. Their attention to detail and their dedication to satisfying each unique client’s needs remain prerequisites in doing business.