Being environmentally friendly is a big part of who we are, and it is reflected prominently in our products, partners, and practices from start to finish.
When it comes to our exclusive Pacific Home upholstery line, you can be proud to know the great care that is taken to bring you a product that is good for you and good for the planet.
Frame materials are supplied by “Sustainable Forest Initiative” certified companies and CNC routed to optimize yield, reducing waste. All metal components in the springs and metal base consist of at least 95% recycled steel or aluminum. Padding materials are comprised of 100% recycled polyester fibers and Wood finish stains are water based.
The feather and down in our pillows is washed twice to prevent or eliminate bacteria and mold and they meet all USDA hypo-allergenic product standards.
Our case goods are hand-made and feature reclaimed or recycled woods that are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. This assures that they are manufactured under the strictest eco-friendly standards. The entire process is carefully monitored, from the kiln drying procedure to the hand finishing and polishing, utilizing top quality sustainable materials.
The end result is a product that reflects a rustic character and a unique charm all its own while bringing new life back to what might otherwise be just discarded and put to waste.
Pacific Home also carefully selects vendors that take the same care to assure sustainable products and practices.
Our upholstery by Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams is a perfect example of this. The seat cushions are ozone friendly and non-carcinogenic, and wrapped in 80% regenerated fibers and up to 10% soy, which is an all-natural renewable resource. The frames and back pillows also utilize recycled materials and the fabrics feature natural fibers such as cotton, linen, mohair and hemp. Even the packaging utilizes cardboard cartons made from recycled materials that are 100% recyclable.
Oeuf is another eco-friendly partner that takes meticulous steps to protect the environment. They are Forest Stewardship Council certified and use engineered hardboard panels made from recovered wood fibers meeting strict European and California emission standards. All products have non-toxic, water-based finishes and great care is even taken to collect and reprocess waste materials.