Asheville, N.C.'s Four Corners Home reopens acquired store

Bought Mobilia in June
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Four Corners Home here has reopened the contemporary-oriented Mobilia after acquiring the business in June, according to a report by the Asheville Mountain Xpress.

Four Corners, owned by Michael Forde and William Griffin, was started in 2002 as a home furnishing importer and e-commerce-based seller, before branching out to bricks and mortar stores here. It now operates the two Four Corners stores and Mobilia - the latter in a former JCPenney store on Haywood Street.

Forde and Griffin remerchandised Mobilia for the reopening, keeping to its contemporary niche but adding a broader line of gifts and accessories, according to the report.

Click here to read the Mountain Xpress report.

Furniture Today Staff | Staff Editors

Furniture Today covers all the news concerning manufacturers, retailers and suppliers in the home furnishings sector.

Research Store


  • Centered on retail: From truck stops to new stores and A.I. marketing

    Camera Icon More Videos

Web Directory Search
Search for Products/Companies

2017 Retail Rankings

The List 2017

Get exclusive rankings of Furniture Today's top industry players including Top 100 Furniture Stores, Top 25 Bedding Retailers and leading e-Tailers. Get the stats now! Sponsored by Surya.

RSA Insights & Intelligence


RSA Insights & Intelligence gives you, the retail sales associates, critical intelligence and insights. We make it easier for you to sell by providing actionable tips and key takeaways you can and should use for every sale. Check out our latest two articles:
* How to use an implied close
* The low cost of mattresses