When Seymour and Esther Fischgrund founded Fish Furniture in 1925, the couple personally stained, painted, and housebroke each piece before sending it home with a customer. Today, Fish Furniture operates a bit more efficiently, but with the same attention to detail and quality. In the eight-plus decades since opening, the business has grown from 2 employees to 47. It features a pair of 40,000-square-foot show rooms, inside of which sit upholstery, bedroom sets, and office trimmings bearing solid-wood construction and the names of well-known manufacturers. Outside the show rooms, Fish's staff travels to homes to provide interior-design advice, and its courtesy touchups mend scuffs and scrapes in a more fashionable manner than haphazardly placed band-aids.
Marshall Carpet One has kept local foundations covered for more than 45 years. Today, their 17,000-square-foot showroom offers carpets for all traffic levels, as well as durable laminates and hardwoods, tile from domestic and international suppliers, and more than 1,000 designer and imported area rugs. Showroom staff members help customers navigate the showroom, which is organized by style, color, and ticklishness. Carpet One backs their materials with extra protection, including a Beautiful Guarantee that grants free replacement and tiered warranties that cover stains, fading, and minor water damage.
Nearly 100 store mattress retailer in 4 states, with 10 locations in the Cincinnati area. We carry America's top five mattress brands, including Sealy, Serta, Simmons, Stearns & Foster and Tempur-pedic. We have been in business for 27 years.
Members of the Perrino family draw on 20 years of custom home-building experience to display Perrino Fine Furniture and Interiors’ vast inventory in fully furnished rooms and Oriental-rug-lined formal ball pits. Designers such as D&W Silks and Benetti’s Italia bedeck living spaces in a spectrum of traditional and contemporary styles, from sleek curio cabinets to sofas and armchairs imported from Milan or New York. And to complement the larger pieces, upscale accessories like murals and candle holders can imbue walls with renewed confidence after criticism from catty magic mirrors.
The O Gallery’s owner Kristen Olsen—an accomplished artist in her own right, who’s shown work as far away as Rome—has made her business into a showcase for more than a dozen of Cleveland’s most talented artists. Come evening, the chic space transforms into a classroom for adults interested in making something beautiful while sipping something delicious during Artful Expeditions: Uncorked classes.