At Mobilia our team shares a passion for good design, be it a beautiful sofa, a simple, yet exquisitely detailed table or something as utilitarian as a pepper grinder. However what we really enjoy is sharing our passion and enthusiasm with customers.
But our job involves much more than just having an appreciation for good design.
We ask questions and listen to responses, constantly striving to offer our clients fresh ideas and suggestions which meet their individual needs. This consultative approach takes thought and time, but in the end the results prove the worth of this method. We all hate when we go into stores and are faced with high pressure sales people, that is why you will never experience that in our store. You decide what and when to buy. Our role is to help you make good decisions, and however long that takes, is just fine with us.
So, if you are simply selecting a gift for a loved one, choosing an accessory or undertaking a large scale design project, our team at Mobilia stands ready to offer advice and expertise to ensure optimum satisfaction.
Let us show you our definition of service.
With a degree in art and design, Dianna’s main areas of study focused on fine arts and handmade furniture. Dianna has a strong appreciation for great design and unique craftsmanship. After graduating, she completed an apprenticeship in metalsmithing, which she uses in creating one of a kind hand fabricated jewelry.
Dianna has over a decade of experience as a cabinet designer working on remodels and new construction, both residential and commercial, as well as green building projects. She loves incorporating a variety of materials into her design projects including wood, metal, stone and concrete. She believes that a well designed home reveals itself through the many layers of texture. She loves sharing her passion for design with her clients and helping them create unique spaces within their home.
Erin majored in interior design and has extensive experience working on both residential and commercial spaces. Between design jobs she has spent time traveling and enjoys exploring other cultures and expanding her knowledge of what ‘home’ really means. She is passionate about creating beautiful, functional spaces that can evolve with time. Erin is particularly proud to represent a vast collection of thoughtfully designed and produced furniture at Mobilia.
In her free time, Erin enjoys sustainable building projects, exploring new trails, and learning how to sew. Originally from North Carolina, she is happy to be close to family and friends here in Asheville.
Melissa joined our team in 2012, shortly after moving to Asheville. Melissa tackles dueling personalities of fashion lover and outdoor recreation aficionado.
Prior to moving to Asheville, Melissa obtained her degree in interior design and worked in the industry in Atlanta, GA. With her background ranging from commercial design to custom cabinetry, she is especially well versed in understanding the relationships between architecture, design and contemporary art.
Outside of her career, Melissa enjoys refinishing vintage furniture and hiking the wide array of trails in Western North Carolina.
Hannah moved to Western NC in 2017 from Greensboro, NC. While living in Greensboro, Hannah obtained her degree in interior architecture. Hannah’s design career has spanned many facets including kitchen and bath, commercial, and showroom design. Hannah’s favorite part of the design process is building relationships with her clients, and seeing their joy as their visions become realities.
Outside of design, Hannah’s passions include cooking, soap making, and going on adventures with her dog, Moe.
Stacey has always had an eye for style and design. Pulling upon her previous experience as a Doctor of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine, she uses her extensive knowledge of the human body to help others with ergonomic design. She believes good design incorporates comfort, support, and a beautiful aesthetic.
Josh is originally from Northern Michigan but has called Asheville home for 16 years.
He takes great pride in giving the customer a great delivery experience, as well as helping make suggestions on placement and other possible design ideas.
When Josh is not working he enjoys working in his wood shop making belt buckles and wooden pendants out of Mountain Laurel and reclaimed wood. He also enjoys Rockhounding and collecting minerals from all over the world.
Brady recently relocated to Asheville from Pittsburgh. He spent the last 20 years in the furniture industry, so he has a broad and diverse knowledge of the trade. He studied art history at Ohio State and has a keen eye for color and accent. In his down time Brady enjoys creative writing, hiking, travel, and the amazing food here. Brady looks forward to this next chapter of life in Asheville, spending it with his wife, Leah, and their Australian shepherd Vinny.