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474 S Arroyo Pkwy

Pasadena CA, 91105


Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday - 11am - 5pm


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Pasadena's New Items

Monday, June 02, 2014

Exciting news! Cisco Home has launched some new products that are rolling out onto our show room floors this month!  So pop in today and take a look at our new designs!

Our new Carson Daybed

Our new Edwin Ottoman

Our new Alpine Chair

Our new Montauk Chair


Cisco Home: Summer Sale

Saturday, June 22, 2013
Cisco Home is having a huge summer sale event going on now! Everything from pillows to lighting is on sale! From 20-60% off. Also, if you haven't already stopped in to our Pasadena store, come check it out! We have redone the entire store and have a whole new inventory of items.

See you soon!


New Arrivals!

Friday, April 05, 2013
It is that time of year again: time for new fabrics and new furniture to rejuvenate the store for the season!

We have redone the store and it looks fabulous! With several new pieces and even a wall taken out, we couldn't help, but be excited to let you guys know! On top of all of that, we are taking 10% off of all of our Inside-Green pieces!

So this season let us help you renew your home with our complimentary design services in our store.


Join us on Pinterest!

Saturday, February 02, 2013
We have finally stepped into the world of Pinterest and have started adding all of our gorgeous pieces to the site. Here you can find all of our new products, as well as our one-of-a-kinds and unique items that only our location carries. We will update the site with items that continually come in to our showroom. If you haven't already taken a gander at Pinterest, be forewarned: it is addicting!



Cisco Makeover

Saturday, September 01, 2012

Over here at the Pasadena location, great changes are happening! With a fantastic new paint job, an entire store rearrangement, and tons of new products, we can not wait to show it off to you! 


And don't forget, we do offer in-home design consultations. So if you are a little weary of how to beautify your space, we are here to help!


Newest Obsession: Over-Dyed Rugs

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Over in our Pasadena location we have fallen in love with over-dyed Turkish rugs! Each rug is a one-of-a-kind gem all on it's own. They are perfect for helping tie a room together, bringing in a little bit of color, and adding a gorgeous "world traveled" feel. So if you are looking for that final pop of color to finish off your space, stop on over to our showroom!

Note: limited quantity, don't miss out!



Made in La at Cisco Home in Pasadena

Thursday, August 09, 2012

Come visit us in Pasadena. We just received a truck full of vintage, one of a kind and new upholstery. The store is in the midst of a complete make-over. We're so excited!






Starts today! Antique Trunk Show @ Pasadena Store

Friday, March 23, 2012
Antique Trunk Show @ Cisco Home Pasadena
Starts Today!
March 23 & 24

Parking permitted at Whole Foods Market across the street
474 S. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena CA 91105


Many thanks to our friends from Design Patriot and Dwell!

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Furniture Fresh from South Central L.A.

In our October 2011 issue we're spotlighting all of our favorite American-made design. To lend a hand, we've asked Michael and Ruth Storc of the great site Design Patriot to share their top Made in the USA finds with us. This week, they spotlight Cisco Home, a sustanable furniture company based in South Central Los Angeles.


When he was in his early twenties, Cisco Pinedo began making custom furniture for his neighbors out of his home garage in South Central Los Angeles. As his business grew, he started buying abandoned buildings on an industrial strip of Western Avenue in the downtrodden neighborhood where he started. Cisco Home still makes all their upholstered goods, case goods, and their welded and hand-blown glass lighting in Los Angeles (under the name Cisco Brothers), employing over 100 workers in their factories alone. Every item in the huge range of stylish pieces is made with an eye on sustainability and green practices.

  • Published on:09/28/2011

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

L.A. at Home


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California Look: Chairs by Gregg Fleishman, Cisco, Sidecar, Marmol Radziner

The California Look poll, Round 8: Indoor chairs

These days, how a chair is made can be just as important as how it looks. We continue our California Look 2011 poll by asking you to consider these four California designs. Vote for your favorite and tell us why you think it speaks to the idea of modern living. 

And the nominees are ...

Gregg Fleishman Lumberest chairA. Gregg Fleishman's Lumberest dining chair. Culver City architect Fleishman, no stranger to L.A. at Home, uses interlocking parts to create a chair that is cut from a single piece of 4-by-8-foot laminated plywood, reducing waste. It ships flat and unfolds for use. The intricately patterned design provides a springy seat and back for comfort. 







Cisco Home chairB. Katso from Cisco Home. Talk about modern times. The Los Angeles firm has made an admirable attempt to keep manufacturing local and in many ways symbolizes the challenges facing the furniture industry. Locally made, the Katso stool is a wonderful example of fashionable industrial design: a tractor-style seat carved from solid wood and set on a steel base. 






Maria BackC. The Maria chair from Sidecar Furniture in the Highland Park neighborhood of L.A. Owner David Johnson not only designed the chair but also builds them himself. He uses "urban forested" walnut for a frame constructed with mortise and tenon joinery, and he weaves the cane seat and back by hand. The result is exceptionally strong and stylish -- an example of classic craftsmanship that we think speaks to the desire for handmade work in a manufactured-in-China world.


00D. The dining chair from Marmol Radziner. The Los Angeles architecture firm's achievements include the restoration of Richard's Neutra's Kaufmann house in Palm Springs, the design and production of prefab homes and a line of furniture. The firm's Dining Group has a strong architectural presence and is made to order from solid walnut or maple. 


Which should take the throne? Cast your ballot below. We'll close voting in this category in three days, so share your opinion now about which chair best captures the spirit of home design today.