We are delighted to have been voted Best Home Furnishings Store in Western North Carolina by the readers of Mountain Xpress – Asheville’s most read newspaper. Come see why we were voted the best for selection and customer service.
Mobilia is delighted to introduce Area Bedding to it’s unique collection for the modern home. Area Bedding was created by Anki Spets. Anki was born in Sweden and she completed her design education at Beckmans school of design in Stockholm where she worked in fashion, designing both clothing and shoes. She realized that though she loved working with fabrics, […]
Mobilia and our sister store Four Corners Home are delighted to support the important work of Asheville based Homeward Bound. Homeward Bound’s mission is working with others to end the cycle of homelessness. Through demonstrated commitment to collaborating with other community agencies and partners, Homeward Bound makes a sustainable impact on homelessness in Asheville every […]
As part of our commitment to Downtown Asheville, Four Corners Home and Mobilia are pleased to financially support the ongoing efforts to revitalize Pritchard Park. Pritchard Park is centrally located in Downtown Asheville and offers a rest-bite for tourists and locals. The park is host to a wide variety of educational activities, as well as fun events including the popular […]
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The owners of Mobilia and Four Corners Home were recognized as a Hometown hero by Furniture Today – a national magazine for furniture industry professionals. Read the full article.
The retail landscape in Asheville is changing. Along with new retails like Urban Outfitters, Four Corners Home aquires Mobilia. Read the full article in the Mountain Xpress.
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Renowned contemporary design website Modern Asheville recognizes Four Corners Home as one of the leading places to find unique furniture and accessories. Read the full article.
While preparing for a surprise home makeover for The Oprah Winfrey Show, celebrity designer Thom Felicia visited Four Corners Home to select furniture and accessories.
The newest e-waste recycling drop is at Mobilia, the furniture shop on the corner of Haywood and Walnut streets in downtown Asheville. Read the article.
Eighteen Asheville artists have created individually-designed mobiles using materials ranging from blown glass to bent aluminum to origami paper for the first annual MOBILES over Asheville gala. This fundraising event on Nov. 15th will support the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. Mobiles, suspended in space, turning and spinning with the currents of the […]