Goodness, y'all! Get yourselves down to Remix right now. I just snagged a handsome chest of drawers, an elegant dining table, a petit coffee table that's exactly the right size, and a terrific tea table with a glass tray top that's perfect for the entryway, all at such reasonable prices that I'm pinching myself at my good luck. Remix is two floors of about every kind of wonderful that you can think of and a few things you didn't know existed. I'm talking hip and cool to old-fashioned and just plain pretty. Believe me, I've been all over Nashville, and they have the best selection I've found, bar none. And the staff is great. The first time I was in Remix, I forgot my tape measure.The young man on duty that afternoon charged up the stairs for his and had all the dimensions I needed in no time. Remix doesn't deliver, but if you buy something too big for your car, as I did, they've got a list of folks with trucks who can pick up and deliver it for you. Mercy! What more could you ask for?
Remix Rocks - In the past I used Finder's Keepers and was quite disappointed. I had to ask them for my check many times rather than it being issued automatically. They even broke a piece off or my furniture once and didn't reimburse me for the damage. Remix Consignment was a great discovery. I found them through a friend and suggest them for anyone looking for used furniture, artwork, lamps, or unusual pieces. I will say if you see something, buy it. There was a wooden rocking horse and a bunk bed /chest of drawers set that I missed because I waited for the price to drop. Their prices are low anyway, much better than Finder's Keepers AND they don't bring in their own stuff or buy from a manufacturer and place a tag that says no markdowns on this item. This is a consignment store worth seeing. They have a huge place across from Habitat Store on 8th. Consider bringing used furniture to them too. They pay 50%.
This store is one of their smaller stores. The manager is really a nice guy. Stuff goes quickly. So, if you see something you like, get it. Most likely it won't be there when you go back. Recently one of the cashiers didn't give me my receipt. She started counting money immediately after she gave me my change. I stood there waiting for her to stop and give me the receipt. Twice I said, "I need my receipt please." Then she finally help up her finger signaling for me to wait a minute. I couldn't believe it! I think my body language told her what I was thinking. She stopped and handed me my receipt. I was in a hurry. Otherwise I would have walked right over to the manager. Since this store is so convenient, I'll continue shopping there.