Environmentally responsible manufacturing
Bryan Ashley has long been committed to developing and implementing environmentally responsible procedures throughout all phases of the manufacturing process, as well as protecting and preserving natural resources around the globe. We believe that being eco-friendly and manufacturing beautiful, functional, and durable furniture are not mutually exclusive concepts.

We are proud to report that we continuously institute a variety of environmentally-friendly manufacturing technologies and innovative plant management procedures to conserve energy and reduce waste at our production facilities.
Highest production standards
At our manufacturing facilities around the world, we purchase raw materials from local suppliers and from indigenous and renewable sources. We partner only with vendors who are equally committed to the highest production standards, while adhering to international environmental laws and regulations.

The woods we use are harvested by suppliers who regularly reseed their lands. Our lumber vendors use advanced reforestation and land management techniques. We do not use wood from old growth forests or rainforests. Bamboo is one of the rapidly renewable resources that we incorporate into many of our pieces as it is naturally fast-growing and self-replenishing in managed groves.
Recycling program
Our non-production related efforts to reduce the amount of waste produced by our business extend even into our sales department. By offering our Lookbook online, we can service our customers through technology and conserve paper by printing fewer catalogs.

Bryan Ashley diligently and proactively works to identify and reduce the environmental impact of our operations, achieve the highest levels of operational efficiencies, and implement practices which conserve and protect our natural resources.

Our goal is to minimize our footprint on the environment while increasing the impression we make on our customers for producing the most comfortable and creative furniture. In a world where thinking green is no longer a fad or catchphrase, but a moral imperative, we are doing our part to sustain nature’s irreplaceable resources for ourselves, our children, and the myriad of species with which we share this planet.