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RackedSF: Cisco Home is Moving (Again) and Having a Warehouse Sale

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Thanks to RackedSF for mentioning our new home in San Francisco!

"Cisco Home closed its Hayes Valley location earlier this year, and moved into the SF Design Center. The space is only temporary, and come January, the sustainable furniture brand will unveil its permanent location (still within the SFDC). Once settled there, expect to find the entire range of a new furniture collection inspired by the 1930s' modern revolution."


source: sf.racked.com

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San Francisco Clearance Sale!

Friday, October 31, 2014

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Fall Dining Event!

Monday, October 20, 2014

“Autumn...the year's last, loveliest smile."
 
William Cullen Bryant

 

And what better way to send it off than with the loveliest of dining rooms!

 

Last weekend we kicked off our 6 week Dining Tables and Chairs Promotion! We are doing 20% off of all dining tables (including Tarracea) and chairs and right now in Pasadena we have several dining room tables and chairs in stock and ready for the holidays! If you're not quiet sure what will work for your space, Susie and Amanda are here to help! We offer in-home interior design services in Pasadena to make sure your new pieces fit your space perfectly.

 

In addition to our sale, we have partnered up with Tree Musketeers and are committed to planting a tree in California for every dining table we sell! Not familiar with Tree Musketeers you say? Well, here are a few fun facts about this amazing company:

Tree Musketeers is based in El Segundo, California. They were the first youth-led environmental organization and have received numerous prestigious awards over the years including from 3 U.S. Presidents! Tree Musketeers currently has 1,800 local trees in its care. Once the trees are at maturity, they will remove 88 tons of pollution from the air each year. On a global basis, more than 1,914,066 trees by 1,047,361 young people have been planted under Tree Musketeers programs during the past 15 years.Your impact will be made by planting tree's locally in California. For more information you can visit their website at: http://treemusketeers.org/

"TREE MUSKETEERS has a vision in which children all over the world are planting trees and becoming leaders of social change. With full knowledge that one person, no matter how small, can make a difference, they are united in action to ensure a healthy future for Earth and themselves. Altering the course of global warming is a huge challenge and planting trees is a meaningful solution to this problem. Help the environment! Plant a tree in a metropolitan area in the US."

 

So let’s give thanks for good people doing good things and with a new dining room table to entertain those good people!


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C Social Front Spotlight: Cisco Home Mid-Century Collection

Friday, September 26, 2014
Thank you to C Social Front for featuring our Mid-Century Collection along with the mentions of our newest Cisco Home Stores in Costa Mesa, Palo Alto and San Francisco:

"Family-run sustainable furniture company Cisco Home looked to the past for their latest Midcentury collection fit for the likes of any vintage-style or Palm Springs abode. Designed as a wink to the 1930s, the new line features classic, clean-lined goods (all made with upcycled or eco materials) from platform beds made with reclaimed Douglas Fir, to industrial-inspired stools and pendant lamps made with recycled glass, and upholstered armchairs.
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Thank you to the LA Times! Please vote :)

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

L.A. at Home

DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, GARDENS, 
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LIVING

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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.


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Pop 5: Eco Shopping in San Francisco

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Pop 5: Eco Shopping in San Francisco

For our newly minted Pop 5 list, we've found the five best places in San Francisco for eco-minded shopping. Thanks to everyone who chimed in with suggestions; we even got some great spots to visit in the East Bay now. In honor of Earth Day this Friday, here are the five best places to shop for eco-friendly goods in SF.

  1. For fashion: Eco Citizen Boutique (2255 Polk St., 415-614-0100) This stylish stop carries fair trade and organic fashions from labels like Prairie Underground and Marais shoes. Better yet, the new-ish space on Polk is actually next door to an eco dry cleaner.
  2. For furniture: Cisco Home (580 Hayes St., 415-436-0131) Specializing in eco-friendly furniture from names like Epoch, John Derian, and Habita, Cisco (pictured) is the ultimate destination for sustainable (if aspirational) pieces.
  3. For jewelry: Manika Jewelry (11 Maiden Lane, 415-399-1990) An alternative to its more traditional Union Square neighbors, Manika carries work by many artisans who work in eco-friendly gold and silver that's reclaimed rather than mined, and the boutique contributes a percentage of sales to local and international charities.
  4. For books and gifts: Green Arcade (680 Market St., 415-431-6800) When I first heard about Green Arcade, I thought, how can they fill a whole store with eco-topical books? The answer: by expanding the definition of eco to include natural and local history, travel and lifestyle guides, even mushroom foraging how-tos, plus a selection of stylish gifts.
  5. For everything else: Branch (345 Ninth St., Ste. 202, 415-626-1012) Even if it weren't earth-friendly, Branch would be one of the best boutiques in town. This gifting haven carries eco accessories, home accents, kitchenware and tabletop items, bed, bath, and baby products, and much more.

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Thanks to Standard Magazine for this great photo journal post

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Cisco Home has a similar philosophy as we do - sustainability being their standard.

They continue to be a leader, making beautiful creations that are also responsibly made.

While crusing by one of their stores recently, we caught a glimpse at their store window.

It bared our name. And made us blush...maybe even swoon for a second.



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Final Days - 20% off Upholstery Sale - Sale ends tomorrow

Monday, February 14, 2011
Cisco Home
*Valentine's meets President's SALE*

Sale applies to all upholstery special order and selected floor items



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Apartment Therapy - Marketplace

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Thank you to our friends at Apartment Therapy for this wonderful store profile!

Cisco Home: Sustainable Furniture


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Cisco Home, where do I start? I could have stayed in their store all day admiring their unique furniture and furnishings such as the iron strap chandelier and glass jug lamps. Their furniture is known for their quality of materials and construction, which was evident when I tried to shift some of the furniture and needed a little help.


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Cisco Home in Hayes Valley!

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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