Vintage furniture business enterprise moves from Farmington Hills to Livonia

Vintage furniture business enterprise moves from Farmington Hills to Livonia

From time to time Andy Schulist feels a small little bit like a time traveler.

The Farmington Hills resident enjoys to surround himself with parts from the previous, ranging from couches to stereos to wall décor celebrating previous regional companies like Farmer Jack. 

For yrs, Schulist shared his appreciate of classic goods at his business Mad4Mod, to start with situated in Farmington right before transferring to Farmington Hills. Now, the showroom has a new dwelling: Stark Road in Livonia.

“My mother constantly said she thought I was born in the completely wrong time,” he reported. “I didn’t increase up with any of this stuff, and some persons, I assume, are amazed when they arrive in and come across out it is really my store. They just think I am an worker.”

The small business moved its functions this fall to a space in the industrial spot in between the CSX Railroad tracks and Plymouth Road. It truly is a showroom devoted to providing home furnishings and trinkets you would hope to see on an episode of “The Brady Bunch” from couches to dining home sets to lamps to even aged document gamers, Mad4Mod is a house created to showcase the finest from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.