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The Deal: Cisco Home's eco-friendly dining tables and chairs marked down till Oct. 15

October 7, 2009 |  6:31 am

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Cisco Bros., the Los Angeles-based furniture company specializing in rustic-chic wood furniture and upholstered pieces made locally with sustainable materials, is discounting dining room tables and chairs by about 20% through Oct. 15.

Some examples of pricing, clockwise from top right: The 60-inch-long Wilcox dining table made from Douglas fir, originally $2,290, is now $1,835. The Torino dining chair, shown here in a high-grade linen, usually starts at $1,210 (price varies with fabric) but now starts at $970. The price on the 120-inch-long Cobalt dining table, also made from Douglas fir, has been reduced by $645; it's now $2,580. The Parsons chair -- a piece that would work in so many dining rooms -- is framed in sustainably harvested wood and available in a variety of fabrics; originally starting at $590, it now starts at $475.

Bonus: Lighting is discounted 10%. The company's Cisco Home stores include locations on La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles, in Brentwood and in Pasadena.

-- Lizzie Garrett

Photos: Cisco Bros.

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