A display of the Cisco Prints collection in Cisco Home’s showroom in High Point, N.C.(Cisco Home)
Townsend loveseat covered in Cisco Print’s Matupi fabric in indigo.(Cisco Home)
John Derian for Cisco Home’s Butterfly Chair covered in Cisco Print’s Nanda stripe in midnight.(Cisco Home)
Turkish floor cushion covered in Cisco Print’s Farrah fabric in azure.(Cisco Home)
Pillows in Cisco Print’s Thida fabric in periwinkle, left, Karima fabric in blush and Amara fabric.(Cisco Home)
Detail of the Matupi fabric in indigo.(Cisco Home)
Detail of the Cisco Prints Karima fabric in teal.(Cisco Home)
Farrah fabric in azure.(Cisco Home)
Detail of the Elena settee covered in Cisco Print’s Amara fabric in brick.(Cisco Home)
Cisco textiles are digitally printed with natural dyes using environment-friendly cloths.(Cisco Home)
Sustainable made-in-L.A. furniture maker Cisco Home delves further into environment-friendly design with the launch of Cisco Prints, its first print collection of textiles. The 30-print collection takes its cues from prints found around the world, such as African mud cloths, Burmese indigos and Moroccan kilims.
Cisco Home had designed the line in response to a void in the marketplace, says founder Cisco Pinedo. “Most products designed for upholstery are usually block prints with heavy textures; they don’t really celebrate the beauty of culture, which is what we’ve tried to do with this collection.”
It took eight years to develop the product.
The textiles are digitally printed with natural dyes using environment-friendly cloths, including organic cotton certified by Global Organic Textile Standard.
The fabrics are available at the company’s retail locations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Palo Alto, Costa Mesa and at its gallery in ABC Carpet & Home in New York City this month. CiscoHome.net