Did you know Green Front started as a grocery store? Crallé Grocery opened roughly 70 years ago. Salt, produce, everything was sold by the pound. Except for beans, beans were sold by the scoop. Richard Crallé Sr. owned the shop on Farmville’s Main Street. He eventually purchased the grocery store next door which was owned […]
Green cars. Green homes. Green vacations. There are more and more ways to be earth friendly. When you shop at Green Front you are going green, too. And, just because your choices are sustainable and eco-smart doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Here are 7 snappy ways to shop green at Green Front, besides […]
Introducing Green Front’s new direct-import line of natural fiber chairs and barstools all unbelievably priced at under $100. Wicker and kubu rattan chairs are now available at Green Front’s Building One, fresh from Indonesia. Bring texture and interest to any room with these beautiful, handwoven wicker, banana leaf, and kubu rattan items. We love how […]
In the beginning, there was Building One at Green Front Furniture. It is the place where Green Front Furniture came into its own. While the four large, brick tobacco warehouses fronting the Appomattox River have come to symbolize Green Front over the years, Building One was where it all started. It was the first jewel […]
Shop the Curated Rug Collection Online!
Green Front’s favorite rugs are now online at greenfrontrugs.com. Shop the curated collection and connect with sales associates to inquire about additional inventory. Looking for furniture? Explore our website to see the manufacturers, styles, and types of furniture we carry in stores.
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