Interior Products
Cleveland, Ohio Manufacturing quality custom furniture for over 40 years.

History

Established in 1973, the Interior Products Company quickly became a market leader in the cube-style furniture popular with institutional and commercial customers. Interior Products expanded its offering in 1976 to include custom case goods to compliment its standard product offering.

In 1980, Interior Products made its initial foray into case goods for libraries with Cleveland Public Library's Eastman Branch on Lorain Avenue. The custom carols for this project became the springboard for a reputation of quality and service in the library market that has lasted for over 30 years.

Interior Products moved to its current location in 1990 in order to accommodate the volume of work from library and commercial projects. Over the last two decades Interior Products has continued its commitment to "Quality, Custom, Service" through investment in technology, training, and ongoing development of partnerships in the field.

In 2010, the Boot Island Group purchased the Interior Products Company with the goal of bolstering management and investment while leveraging the company's understated value proposition to new markets.

2011 started with the Reclaimed Cleveland Project, which will be the basis for a fourth operating tenant focused on sustainability.