4555 N. High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Tues-Sat 11am -6pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
4555 North High St, Tues-Sat 11am-6pm
The walls at T.Y. Fine Furniture welcome abstract paintings of local artist

The walls at T.Y. Fine Furniture welcome abstract paintings of local artist

When guests stop in to our Clintonville showroom, they will not only be greeted by heirloom-quality furniture constructed of wood from naturally fallen Ohio trees as well as organic mattresses and bedding, they can peruse the abstract oil paintings of Columbus artist JT Thompson. 

This exhibition marks the third time we have shared JT’s art with our audience, a true testament to how much we love his work. The abstract nature of his paintings are a fantastic match to our unique furniture creations, which are both difficult for others to replicate.

“When I first saw JT’s art back in 2004, I was immediately drawn to its abstract, creative presentation. It’s obvious he is a deep thinker who perceives the world in an interesting way and I applaud that,” says Tarik Yousef, owner and namesake of T.Y. Fine Furniture.

As much as we like JT’s art at T.Y. Fine Furniture, it’s obvious we aren’t the only ones. JT has been the recipient of three Resource Grants from the Greater Columbus Arts Council, with the most recent awarded him in May 2018.

Not only do the paintings inject another layer of interest to our showroom, the artwork is also available for sale. For further information, guests may surf to JT’s

web site. Of course, we hope that after you buy a piece of JT’s work, you’ll still have a few shekels left over to add an heirloom piece of furniture to your space to complement your new artwork!

Celebrate our first Clintonville anniversary with us May 12!

Celebrate our first Clintonville anniversary with us May 12!

It's hard to believe we will soon be marking the first anniversary of our move from Merion Village to our expanded showroom in Clintonville!

To celebrate this momentous occasion, we will be hosting a community event featuring other like-minded small business vendors on May 12. Join us as we host Broadway Biscuits, The Flag Lady, Bareburger, The Glass Rooster Cannery, Tupelo Donuts, Big Green Head and spin art, brought to you by Retro Art! We will also be offering a free raffle featuring gifts from our vendors. 

Please join us at our showroom, 4555 North High Street in Clintonville from Noon to 4 pm on Saturday, May 12!

April 11, 2018 by Tami Kamin Meyer
Quality furniture manufacturer offering President’s Day Specials through March 5

Quality furniture manufacturer offering President’s Day Specials through March 5

If you’re in the market for fine quality wood furniture manufactured from natural hardwoods for a reasonable price, Copeland Furniture might be right for you. A family-owned and operated enterprise, Copeland employs a combination of cutting-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman techniques to construct wood furniture for the value-conscious consumer

And, through March 5, Copeland Furniture is offering discount pricing on its furniture for dining areas and bedrooms. T.Y. Fine Furniture is also happy to assist customers interested in Copeland’s line of wood office furnishings, too.

Copeland Furniture designs pay homage to its Vermont roots, so their furniture is firmly rooted in Arts & Crafts, Mission, Shaker and Scandinavian movements.

Of course, our team of talented craftsmen is prepared to work with customers to design then build custom-wood furniture pieces from naturally fallen Ohio wood. Visit us in our expanded Clintonville showroom at 4555 North High Street so we can show you what we have to offer.

Look, Mom! We made the Dispatch!

Look, Mom! We made the Dispatch!

It was very exciting to see the front page of the Business section of the Columbus Dispatch in late March and read our name in an article ( Of course, we knew we had collaborated with Flowers & Bread, a new eatery in Clintonville focusing on the interplay of nature and nourishment, a few months back. What we didn’t know, and were pleasantly surprised to see, is that T.Y. Fine Furniture would be highlighted in the Dispatch article about the restaurant’s recent opening.

We were honored that Sarah Lagrottteria and Tricia Wheeler, the new restaurant's owners, had chosen to purchase wooden tables created by our talented craftsmen from Ohio-sourced wood, but didn’t know that collaboration would receive any attention.

The mission of Flowers & Bread is to inject simple pleasures into their customer’s lives by igniting their senses with the beauty of nature and the wonders of healthy, tasty food. They also offer baking and floral classes, too.

Thanks to Sarah and Tricia for including T.Y. Fine Furniture in their new and exciting venture aimed at offering unique ways of living a healthful existence. We are doubly excited to become their neighbor soon, as we will be opening our new, expanded showroom in Clintonville at 4555 North High Street on May 1.