Bill and Michael, owners of Four Corners Home, have gathered a smart, earthly collection of furnishings from the four corners of the globe. Michael likes to describe their pieces as “Warm Modern”. You’ll notice that their collection truly represents nature. They have found a great home in “planet conscious” Asheville. In fact, they specialize in earth and people friendly products. A great percentage of their furnishings focus on sustainable woods such as bamboo and rugs made in India manufactured without child labor using 100% New Zealand wool.
Starting seven years ago as importers of artisan handcrafts and accessories, the partners have gradually expanded their products to include a complete line of interior furnishings, from earth-toned fabrics, sparkling ocean glass, and an assortment of metals and wood grains. Whether you are furnishing your downtown urban loft or cozy cabin in the woods Four Corners’ collection feels right at home in Asheville.
Four Corners has two locations. One 3500sq/ft store in the Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville, the other 5500 sq/ft location with their complete collection is behind Biltmore Station on the edge of the Biltmore Village where they recently opened a new section at called “The Loft”. Here they are staging smaller scale furnishings to show buyers how to furnish smaller and more sustainable rooms.
Recent Projects: Southern Living Show House with designer Tracy Kearns, The Ramble’s Hand-made House with designer Susan Neilson
Up-Coming Projects: an eco-remodel photo shoot for WNC Magazine – by staff designer Talli Allen-Roberts, Sales Center inside the Grove Arcade for Residences at 151.
Offerings and Services: design services, free-local delivery, friendly customer service, great shopping environment and complete mix of furnishings for all rooms of the home and office.
What makes Four Corners Home unique: a large selection of sustainable furnishings, two convenient locations, ASID Interior Designer on staff, special services for industry trade, web-based sales.
(text and photos by Troy Winterrowd)