Who we are

From our first day of business in 1977, we’ve placed quality artistry and service ahead of everything else in our drive to do things a little differently and a little better. Our work is commissioned and designed to be as individual as the owner and the home in which it will reside. Naturally, you’ll find there are no limits in materials, technique, scale or style.

What we do

Our workshop incorporates the finest traditions of handcraftsmanship with a number of advanced woodworking technologies. It’s this unique integration of technology and tradition, combined with a relentless attention to detail, that means you get superb fit and finish in made-to-order wood furniture and millwork.

Why choose us?

We work closely with prominent architects and interior designers throughout the country to infuse dynamic experiences in the custom homes and offices they design. Starting with a collaborative meeting to define the style and functional requirements, we then develop a unique design theme—color, materials, finishes all come together in a highly personal way to create a beautiful, customized environment.

Specialized approach start to finish

Our philosophy is both old school and simple—one man, one job. It’s our way of achieving pride in workmanship and superior results that are so often lacking elsewhere today. Where warranted, each craftsman is supported by a team of equally qualified specialists.

We offer dozens of wood options, both domestic and exotic species, such as Wenge, Zebrawood and Macassar Ebony. To promote sustainability, many of these are certified as harvested in accordance with the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council. The finishes we use are formulated exclusively with ICA products from Italy. Your choices are endless, from stains, painted and faux surfaces, plus gold and silver leaf, to high-gloss polyurethane, baked urethane or an old-world French polish.

We’ve partnered with top architects and designers to install at locations nationwide. In order to guarantee your complete satisfaction, our installation crews place as much emphasis on wrapping, loading and transporting our work as we do in designing and building it.

Our Team

  • Greg’s interest in woodworking began in a modern Yamasaki designed middle school woodshop. There, Greg gained an appreciation and understanding of the beautiful shapes and forms that can be hidden within a natural piece of wood. Greg founded Vogue Furniture in 1977 and over the past 40 + years, he has retained that initial passion, consistently exploring the extraordinary opportunities that can exist in a blank space. He leads with a “no limits” attitude, focusing on continuous improvement with the end goal of always exceeding our client’s expectations in design, quality and service. Come weekends, you’ll catch Greg running, skiing, sailing, spending time with family and maybe even doing karaoke with a martini in hand…

    Founder/Owner/Lead Designer
  • As the head of “anything to do with money”, Sue has always been drawn to the black and white aspects of accounting, viewing it as a logic puzzle asking to be solved. Sue enjoys problem solving, connecting dots, and performing business analysis. She can wrangle any spreadsheet and her biggest joy is when the bottom line balances to the penny. She was self taught and now has over three and a half decades of account and finance experience under her belt. Sue feels a deep responsibility to her colleagues, channeling her maternal instincts, in an effort to ensure that everyone at Vogue is treated fairly and possess every benefit and opportunity. Day to day you can find her playing tennis, watching tennis, spending time with her (tennis) friends, baking, and taking care of her family, all with a diet coke in hand.

    Owner/Finance/Human Resources
  • As the General Shop Foreman, Jim uses his lifelong industry experience to guide Vogue’s building department, press department and installation department while overseeing over 25 employees and influencing Vogue’s strategic direction. Jim started working with Vogue’s founder, Greg, when he was 14 years old through a middle school shop apprenticeship program, beginning their lifelong working relationship and friendship. Jim’s passion for finishing became his career when he started painting antique cars, many of which won 1st place awards at car shows around the country. His expertise is completely self-taught and he initiated the consistent upward evolution of Vogue’s finishes. Exiting the finishing department in 2011, Jim assumed the General Shop Foreman position and out of everyone at Vogue, Jim takes the most pride in the growth and accomplishments of the company. In his limited freetime, Jim enjoys spending time with his wife and two children and working on his father’s antique cars.

    General Shop Foreman
  • As the Lead Project Manager, Eric oversees all project managers and AutoCAD operators while also working closely with designers, builders, architects, homeowners, and tradespeople, approaching each project holistically from initial inception all the way through installation, sincerely treating each client as if their project is the most important he is working on. Eric has an impressive track record when it comes to management, design, engineering, drafting, acting as our office IT guy and overall Vogue problem solver. Nine times out of ten, if you have a project related question, Eric will possess the answer. Eric holds a degree in Industrial Design from Wayne State University and prior to joining Vogue in 2006, Eric spent 6 years in rough and finish carpentry. When he’s not wearing one of his many hats at Vogue, Eric enjoys spending time with his wife, two children, and adorable rescue dog, Ally. He’s a cycle, food, and La Croix enthusiast and will take you up on any culinary adventure.

    Lead Project Manager
  • As a Project Manager and the Director of Marketing, Madi uses her multidisciplinary background in Sales, Client Relations, Marketing and Interior design to create and maintain distinguished relationships with clients and industry professionals. She approaches everything with the belief that “all challenges can be overcome” and with the goal of bringing the company into the 21st century using multimedia to expand and introduce the “Vogue Furniture Experience”. Madi holds a degree in Economics from Central Michigan University and studied Interior Design at the Art Institute of Colorado and American University of Rome. When she’s not drinking coffee and obsessing over work, you can find her running with her Australian Sheppard, Koda, dancing in her car, traveling, hiking, doing headstands, spending time outdoors with her husband, Nate, and spending time on Lake Huron with her family.

    Director of Marketing & Project Manager
  • As a Project Manager, Steve works closely with designers, builders, architects, homeowners, and tradespeople from initial inception through installation. In addition to his artistic and mechanical ability, Steve is the consummate project manager, professionally communicating and interacting with all of parts of a construction and design team. His ability to convey and disseminate project information is unmatched. He keeps our office up to date on the latest design programs and has a brilliant eye when it comes to scale, proportion, and layout. His computer generated renderings are considered works of art. He holds a degree in Architecture from Lawrence Tech University and has had a love for architecture, drafting, and design since high school. In his spare time, Steve enjoys biking, hiking, kayaking, rockclimbing, and spending time with his wife and son. He’s run the Chicago Marathon, is a certified scuba diver, AND he’s a freelance photographer!

    Steve K
    Project Manager
  • As the Head Builder and Installation Manager, master carpenter Steve leads and mentors with a passion for the craft and focus on quality and structure. With over three decades of woodworking experience, Steve spearheads every engineering and technical challenge thrown his way. Steve has been with Vogue since 1992 and has extensive knowledge in engineering and building from the ground up, on site installation, on site field measuring, and fabrication techniques and efficiencies. He and his wife are the proud parents of two boys, and Steve loves to spend his free time fishing, hunting, gardening, and spending quality time with his family. Not to mention, if you’re looking for some local tapped Maple syrup, he’s your guy!

    Steve W
    Head Builder & Installation Manager
  • As the Finish Manager, Dave supervises and oversees Vogue’s finish and shipping department, developing and implementing strategy to meet every demanding deadline. He’s a proactive thinker and is always looking toward the future to improve the flow of Vogue’s finish processes. Dave leads his department with a focus on team building, communication, honesty, and accountability. Dave brings to Vogue over a decade of Automotive Service Management experience and he spent over a decade as an Operations Manager in warehousing, where he learned process and fabrication strategies. In his free time, Dave enjoys watching his two sons compete in sports and play music, remodeling his home, coaching youth football and baseball, and spending quality time with his family.

    Finish Manager
  • As Executive Assistant, Maggie provides administrative, technical and logistical support, and works alongside the entire Vogue staff on a magnitude of projects, always with a smile on her face. She came to Vogue with over a decade of experience in progressive sales, marketing, business expansion, and management. Not to mention a lifetime of experiences… A few fun facts about Maggie – she’s hiked to Mount Everest’s High Base Camp, summited the Grand Teton, has been to 18 countries, is a Certified Sommelier, and to top it off, she’s a cowgirl! When she’s not traveling the world, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family, friends, adorable nieces and nephews, and 125lb American Bulldog, Hendricks.

    Executive Assistant

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