We welcome you to Oakbones, a family passion project led by Cisco & Maurishka Pinedo.
With our brand Cisco Home, we dedicate our work to the business of creating inspiring environments that feel good and so, for the past 30 years, we have manufactured, sourced, carefully selected and edited for our showrooms and stores across the country. We love what we do, and with that same enthusiasm, jumped on the opportunity to create something where people can live our brand through their stays and visits.
For many years, we have come to Round Top as buyers and always loved its charm. As makers of upholstery, we had a fantasy of one day sharing our brand here. OAKBONES quickly became a pleasant detour from our day jobs and building it has been a dream.
There are two major reasons we fell in love with these 12 acres, the first being the breathtaking live oak trees and the second: the industrial kitchen that was already on the property! As a latin family we know the power of gathering around food and what it does for the soul.
As we continue our renovation work on the property, which we started in the Spring of 2020, we welcome guests during the antique shows and invite you all to share this beautiful passion project with us.
About Round Top
Round Top is a town in Fayette County, Texas about 100 miles from both Austin and Houston. With a population of 90, you might call it a “small” town, but there’s nothing small about the skies, cows, and people that make up the town year-round. Originally named Townsend after Nathaniel Townsend in the 1800s, the town was easily found by horse-and-buggy travelers told to look for the round-topped post office in town, earning it the nickname “Round Top”. A few decades later, the nickname stuck, and the rest, as they say, is history.
The Round Top Antiques Fair was founded in 1968 at the “Big Red Barn” originally hosted for a two-day period. Over 50+ years, the show has grown, transforming and defining the local community becoming larger than life. Now it spans over 40,000 square feet for three weeks, includes neighboring towns La Grange and Warrenton, with many makers, traders and collectors presenting in permanent showrooms and pop-up tents on the open fields. You can find anything from grandmothers’ trinkets, quality European antiques, artisan imports, but the Fair remains rooted in Americana relics.