Solid Wood Furniture Hand-Crafted in Columbus, Ohio

T.Y. Fine Furniture based in Columbus, Ohio produces some of the finest American made, solid wood, furniture in the United States. Every item is handcrafted in our wood-shop. Having outgrown four previous shops, we purchased a former paper mill in a run down section of Columbus in the spring of 2018 and began the process of converting the space into a state of the art studio in which to continue building our heirloom quality, solid wood furniture. Being in this space makes us very happy because we are helping to rejuvenate a blighted area of the city while, at the same time, continuing to expand as demand for our furniture grows.
Over the years our customers have expressed an interest in seeing us also offer upholstered seating. We require that these home-furnishings, built by other companies, meet our standards of excellence. So after extensive research we carefully selected such prestigious brands as American Leather, Ekornes, IMG, Century, and Younger to include in our showroom which is located at 4555 North High Street in Clintonville just north of Henderson Road and High Street.
All of our handmade furniture utilizes dado, dove tail, mortise & tenon joinery, as well as our own proprietary, food-grade, organic wood finish. In addition, all of the wood we use in our furniture comes from responsibly managed forests in Ohio and we support sustainability by donating to www.americanforests.org. We do not use wood that is sourced from rain forests, illegal logging or other areas that are under threat.


Here are a few of the lines in our furniture collection.


Apollo, heavy brass accents and pulls with a minimalist sensibility. A modern design with Mid Century influences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Enso, Japanese inspired. Enso means: strength, elegance and enlightenment. Features reverse tapers on the legs and elegant but subtle curves.

Modern, this is a stylish rendition of the timeless mid-century modern aesthetic.

Horizon, Japanese inspired with Shaker simplicity. Reverse tapers on the legs.

 

 

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