With its vast aisles of fabrics and comprehensive roster of sewing classes, Haberman Fabrics inspires creativity among budding crafters and professional fabricators alike. Ogle an eye-popping array of textiles (starting at approximately $3.65/yard) that runs the gamut from bolts of retro printed oilcloth ($7.98/yard) to sheaves of modern, eco-savvy bamboo linen ($18.98/yard). Satellite departments house cavernous caches of bridal, home décor, and notions essentials. Congo lines of rhinestone and metallic vine motif banding ($10.98/yard) enliven drab dresses or hold rambunctious tresses in a glittering headlock, and cubes of high-density foam ($24.50) beg to be coated in graphic upholstery cloth. Fingers can paw through a multitude of buttons or protect themselves from insidious needles with jelly thimbles ($2.25 each).
Fabric Warehouse’s family of cloth merchants have sold their woven wares for over half a century, amassing a stunning variety of materials within a 13,000-square-foot warehouse. The well-stocked textile temple houses more than 700,000 yards of cloth—enough to sew a windbreaker for the Ross Ice Shelf. Home hobbyists, upholsterers, and fashion designers alike create eye-catching ensembles, drapery, and furnishings with the warehouse’s menagerie of colorful patterns, interesting textures, and decorative trimmings.
Wholesale Mattress Warehouse started selling mattresses long before cell phones were invented, disco pants went out of style, and dolphins overthrew the United Nations. Since then, their stock has been updated to include modern-day innovations such as memory foam and organic latex mattresses, but their commitment to keeping a diverse, high-quality selection remains the same. Their warehouse abounds with mattresses of all sizes from Easy Rest, Posturecraft, and other manufacturers. The store also features an extensive selection of bed frames, foundations, and plush memory foam pillows.
The shopkeepers at Birmingham Design Studio pair an inventory of luxurious home goods with decades of experience and sharp eyes for tasteful design. Birmingham Design Studios' rugs pass rigorous tests by certified Oriental-rug appraisers for quality, beauty, and value, showing off hand-knotted flanks, complex patterns, and rich colors in the showroom. Small 2'x3' rugs ($350–$2,000) stretch through hallways or welcome guests at doors, and midsize mats ($900–$5,000 for 3'x5' rugs; $1,200–$6,000 for 4'x6' rugs) draw a room together. In addition to stocking many one-of-a-kind carpets, Birmingham's certified interior designers can also collaborate with clients to fashion a custom-made rug, working from a handful of fabric samples, a sketch, or a photograph of a favorite corn maze.
We are the Metro Detroit Area's only full-time faux finishing studio. Visit Sterling Design Studio, our resident faux finishers, Laurie and Cindy. They are certified Modern Masters Platinum Training Instructors. New showroom opening in April 2011. We offer paints by Benjamin Moore, Pittsburgh and Pratt & Lambert.
With custom embroidery and monogramming services performed in house, Nancy’s Linens gives a wide variety of American and European linen goods a personal touch. Customers can choose from 14 different fonts and 11 monogram styles to help craft the perfect design for any gift-giving occasion. Celebrate the accomplishments and hygiene habits of a recent grad with embroidered towels ($30) and a complementary laundry bag ($25). Monogrammed robes ($45+), garment bags ($32+), and table linens ($17+) make beautiful gifts befitting a bride-to-be. Sleep-deprived parents can ensure the ability to recognize their own children with a personalized bib ($5+), cotton jersey ringer T-shirt ($15), or quirky print hooded towel ($35).