Social Charter & Sustainability

Pacific Green’s charter is to provide inspirational sustainable products. From our earliest days, we set out to be a benchmark for socially-responsible manufacturing.

Sustainable Palmwood

Palmwood is a revolutionary hardwood product developed by Pacific Green from plantation coconut palms.

We envisioned that the palms – which were typically discarded into landfill after they stopped producing fruit – could be the solution to the destruction of the planet’s rainforests, and so we established the first factory dedicated to the coconut palm. The result: a hardwood substitute from a sustainable source and process.

By recycling barren coconut palms, old plantation land was returned to local villages to replant with young fruit-bearing palms and other cash crops thus beginning the lifecycle of land regeneration.




Pacific Green furniture is crafted from natural materials. These are sourced from sustainable operations around the world or are by-products from existing commercial activities (like our leathers which come from beef cows).

Our manufacturing processes are environmentally-sustainable and avoid toxins and chemicals. Even the finishing oils are 100% natural and the sawdust is used as a nutrient-rich agricultural fertiliser. Nothing is wasted and packaging materials are fully recyclable.

We are not perfect, but we are very close. The Pacific Green furniture and products that you buy reflect this commitment to social responsibility and accountability.


Our products are underpinned with steel frames and reinforced structures. Built to last.

We enjoy seeing the photos (sent regularly by customers) of their loved furniture from the ‘70s and ‘80s, aging gracefully just as they are! Maintaining and preserving furniture – rather than discarding and buying new – is a very effective form of personal sustainability.