The last company I’ll be showing you in this series of beautiful, sustainable and long lasting furniture is Cisco Brothers. Based in LA, Cisco Brothers was founded by Cisco Pinedo, a furniture designer with an impressive commitment to quality and to the environment. In fact, he has been making furniture for 20 years now and was the first to create 100% sustainable furniture furniture. Here’s how: wood furniture and frames are FSC® certified (Forest Stewardship Council), adhesives are water based, and there are a variety of green cushion options including natural latex, down, feather or soy-based foams. Upholstered items are made with natural and organic fabrics (which as I’ll describe in later posts, are not the same). In addition, in an industry where many factories have been moved to China, Cisco Brothers furniture is proudly made in California. For those of you who live in New York like me, fortunately you can find his beautiful furniture at ABC Home.
What I love about this furniture is its casual elegance. Each piece is totally understated but the clean lines and unique design touches mean that they’ll be pieces you’ll love forever.
Since it would take pages for me to post every single piece of beautiful piece of furniture they make, you’ll have to jump to their website to take a look. But I will leave you with a few shots of the interior of their showroom and some of their newer introductions. Enjoy!
I love the combination of the crisp white sofa and modern lines of the chairs together with the rustic root sculpture
This is a perfect sectional to curl up on and watch a movie
This is a wonderful glamorous take on a traditional English sofa. And as you’ll soon learn, I’m a huge fan of anything with nailheads on it!
These beds are beautiful. I may have found the perfect bed for my bedroom!
Here’s a great view of their High Point Showroom. You can see how big it is and how many different pieces of furniture they have. I’ll be following up with a post on Cisco Pinedo’s house in later posts. Suffice it to say, that his home is just as beautiful as his furniture.
Photos from Cisco Brothers