In a time when everyone is searching for sustainable products that are just as effective as their chemical-filled counterparts, we admire Ardent, a family-owned business from the San Francisco Bay Area. Their goods range from homemade soap to water bottles and bags, with the shared feature of non-toxic and natural materials. As Ardent puts it, they sell “elevated everyday goods you can feel good about using.”
Ardent practices what they preach in terms of running a sustainable company. They reuse all of their shipping peanuts from bulk supply shipments and encourage customers to reuse theirs as well. On their website, Ardent has a blog where they explain aspects of clean living, showing how their commitment to promoting ethical homeware goes beyond selling their lovely natural products.
Here are a few of our favorite items.
Photography courtesy of Ardent.
Three more sustainable brands we love:
- Sustainable Home Goods from the Deep South
- The Bough Collection from Kalon: Sustainable Dining Furniture Inspired by Japanese Craftsmanship
- Second Life: Tabletop Essentials Made from Salvaged British Hardwoods