Inspiring Spaces

Inspiring Spaces is where we promote designers, architects, and others who use Cisco products throughout their home. We’re highlighting the real people who make up the Cisco family. We look forward to sharing your story in order to inspire the future of Cisco Home.

 Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis on a sofa in their newly renovated home

Sustainable L.A. Farmhouse

There is nothing more exciting for us at Cisco Home than seeing a customer's home finalized and lived in. We say that it takes a village to get a project perfected and we are so delighted to see the sustainable farmhouse of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis on the cover of this month's Architectural Digest, elegantly posing in our very own Allister Sofa. Designed by Howard Backen and Vicky Charles, photographed by Douglas Friedman, we invite you to see this gem featuring the Allister Sofa, Luccia Loveseat, the O'Hara Bed and more.

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Katie Kirby

It takes more than just good furniture to make a home. You have to build your community. Katie is building upon that community with Katie Kirby Interiors, a full-service design studio located in Mobile Alabama. While working as a registered nurse for 6 years, Katie still found herself helping friends and family with their interior design and decor projects.

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Katie Monkhouse

Comfort is a pillar in the values and heart of every Cisco Home design. Katie Monkhouse, a SF-Bay Area interior designer, brings a fashion-minded perspective to interior designing where the light focuses on what is important– the comfort and community in the space.

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 interior cieling shot of jug lamp glass pendants in cluster

Porch Talk House Project

Colors and lights are a crucial aspect of design. It defines unity and creates intended moods. Meet an Architect - Interior Designer duo who share their experience working with Cisco lighting on this Seaside Park, NJ project, and how our handblown Jug Lamps created magic in this family home.

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Jug Lights Become Art

Instagram is such a great way to discover projects that are original and unique. That is exactly what happened a few weeks ago when we came across a great photo of an installation with our handblown Jug Lamps in a Venice, California.

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