The Cisco Brothers Co.
In 1990, mexican born Cisco Pinedo started an upholstered furniture business that has grown to include seven stores as well as new collections with John Derian and Christophe Badarello. Cisco Brothers is part of LA’s long heritage of family firms that create bench-made upholstery and case goods, including A. Rudin and Elite Leather. When “Other manufacturers have gone overseas” Pinedo says, “but we employ the local economy”.
Cisco was also at the forefront of salvage materials trend that’s part of the often-imitated LA look, found in local stores such as Environment, Croft House,and Urban Hardwoods. Cisco Brothers is always a highlight at High Point Market, the large industrial-styled showroom in North Carolina with sustainable furniture that is both sophisticated and eco-conscious, making a name for themselves Cisco uses vintage materials which consist of a large range of hand-crafted furniture using natural materials such as wool batting, hemp, jute, cotton and certified and reclaimed hardwoods, creating environmentally friendly products that lower the carbon footprint with a strong unquestioning level of quality.
Using green materials and building methods, most of Cisco’s furniture is as healthy for you as it is for the planet. Each unique item is built with pride by local craftspeople at their headquarters in the heart of LA. Every piece, big or small, brings timeless style and beauty to your home.