Many companies have struggled to keep up with the changing landscape of today’s workplace. At Cornerstone, we don’t define ourselves by new or old; we define ourselves by promise. Needs and trends can change, but our foundation will always remain the same. It’s a foundation of innovation, quality and integrity. Behind the refined finishes and the modern accessories, you will always see the truth; you will always see our nature.
The History of Cornerstone Furniture
The Cornerstone story is much like the kind your grandfather once told you. And like those tales, it begins in a small town called Middleville, Michigan. We’re only about 20 years old, but let’s put it this way– we were a lean startup before anyone called it that. Founded in 1993 by Quentin Mulder, the plan was to simply build a few quality conference tables per year and make a living. Our first priorities were to deliver on our word and build products that surpassed our customers’ expectations.
As time went on, we grew in size and expertise. As we earned the confidence of our customers, word began to spread. Cornerstone Furniture became a well-respected name and the foundation we laid back then has held strong. We’ve remained viable and sharp by offering a fully customizable product, and by listening to the needs of our customers.
The term “cornerstone” comes from masonry. It’s refers to the first stone laid, which acts as a reference point for all other stones that are later added. The cornerstone determines the position of the entire structure, so essentially – it’s a promise. That’s why Cornerstone Furniture is just as committed to quality and integrity as it was one day one. Our promise still stands, and you can take that to the bank.