Photographed in Rayas Arena.
 Mason bench in Mariko Indigo. In the background are multiple frames that hangs on a white wall. Photographed in Mariko Indigo

Photographed in Mariko Indigo

 Mason bench in Sakura Charcoal next to a light sofa and two glass side tables. In the background are two art pieces that resemble faces. Photographed in Sakura Charcoal

Photographed in Sakura Charcoal

 Bench in front of a large window on a blue and brown rug. Photographed in Rayas Arena

Photographed in Rayas Arena


Overall: 60"w 15"d 19"h

Seat Height: 19"h

Weight: 45lbs



Swivel: n/a

Swivel Glider: n/a

Upholstered: Yes

Slipcovered: n/a

Customizable: Yes

Inside Green Available: Yes


Leg: 5.5"h

Removable: No

When Slipcovered: n/a

When Upholstered: Mason

Finish: Reclaimed Oak 


Fabric: 2.5 yards (may vary)

Leather: n/a


Frame: FSC® Certified Hard Wood

Support: Webbing

Made in: USA

What is Inside Green™?

Cisco’s Inside Green™ is the ultimate choice for natural healthy furniture. It is our uniquely smart, healthy, responsible, alternative method of building furniture made entirely from FSC® Woods, Organic Latex, Jute, Hemp, Wool, Organic Feathers and Down. These natural materials are not only superior in terms of comfort and lifespan, but are inherently flame retardant without the use of chemicals. Every product in the Cisco line can be ordered and built Inside Green™.

What Is “Organic” Furniture, and Why Is It Important?

The dictionary defines organic as: relating to, or derived from living organisms; simple, healthful, close to nature; relating to or affecting organs or an organ of the body. We’ve all come to understand and appreciate these terms when relating to food and medicine, but the same principles and awareness are rarely placed on the furniture that we fill our homes with. Our goal at Cisco is to build furniture that is made as healthy as possible. We acquire our raw materials from only the finest organic and sustainable sources. Cisco works exclusively with vendors who practice humane and fair trade business, and is extremely selective when it comes to choosing materials.