Stories from your Tribal Past ?

~ Faces of Tradition ~ In every culture world wide, rituals are a common ground for us all. Traditions passed down for centuries give us a sense of community within our circle of family and friends. Maybe it’s an old pocket watch… Continue Reading

Fit For A King

A Symbol of Status & Power Find a fresh collection of original Bamileke stools imported directly from Africa at Design MIX Furniture. Many sizes are available with different designs patterns from the traditional spider design to more modern circular circle… Continue Reading

~ Design with Petrified Wood Stools ~

Design MIX Furniture offers a huge variety of petrified wood stools, side tables, end tables, spheres, and accessory statues. Not only is petrified wood pretty to look at, it also gives off positive and healing energy in your home. These… Continue Reading

~ Beautiful Stone Garden Buddhas ~

Tranquility is possible, even in the smallest of spaces. Gardens relax the mind. Gazing upon a well-designed gardenscape can leave you feeling soothed and at ease. Which is why it is not surprising that statues of Buddha, who represents serenity… Continue Reading

Finding Modern Ethnic Art : Dogon Tribe

Add a sense of Modern to your space with original Ethnic Art pieces.  Design MIX Furniture’s African art collection is a perfect choice for that special unique piece.  The Dogon Tribe is just one of the ethnic group art collections… Continue Reading

The Mendé Helmet Mask – Tribal African Art

The Mendé people are one of the most fascinating ethnic groups from Sierra Leone in West Africa. Each of their villages is ruled by a chief – a descendant of the founder of the territory who overseas groups of farmers,… Continue Reading

New Shipment :: Sneak Peek

Our new shipments will be here within the week! Soon there will be more of MIX to love – more furniture, art, accessories and décor from all over the world. Call or visit one of our two showroom locations to… Continue Reading

New Shipments Arriving!

Here at MIX we’re always getting new stuff in, whether it’s from local vendors who bring us amazing masks from Africa almost every week or textile vendors bringing beautiful fabric from Mongolia and Uzbekistan. But even more exciting than these… Continue Reading