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Our Commitment to Sustainability

Ariel Arts is committed to environmental sustainability, reversing the damaging trends of landfill waste, and limiting our negative impact on the Earth. We preference certified sustainable products in all moodboards, design briefs, and general recommendations. By the end of 2022, Ariel Arts is committed to ensuring that at least 90% of all products our designers recommend are sustainable.

In addition to our previous sustainability commitments, we are excited to announce that we will now plant one tree for every Space Therapy or Lifestyle Strategy session booked! Our new commitment is made possible by our partnership with B1G1, an organization on a mission to create a world that’s full of giving. 

Additionally, as an entirely remote staff, our team limits our carbon footprint without any commuting, paper usage, or energy consumption that comes with office space. Ariel Arts is a proud member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. Our Founder & CEO, Ariel Magidson, is an accredited professional in both LEED and WELL certifications and brings a lens of sustainability to everything we do at Ariel Arts.

What we look for in our product recommendations

  • EFSC Wood
  • EGreen Guard
  • EHand Crafted
  • EEthically Sourced
  • ESocially Responsible
  • ESmall Batch
  • EArtisan Made
  • EReclaimed
  • EVintage
  • EUpcycled
  • ECradle to Cradle
  • EMade in the US
  • BIPOC/Minority Owned Businesses
  • ESustainable Furnishings Council
  • Locally Owned and Local Shipping

All original artwork from Ariel Arts is printed sustainably

Artwork is printed on FSC certified paper, a sustainable forest management certification that assures traceability and responsible sourcing of paper.

Local Production
By printing locally from where you’re ordering and on demand, we reduce carbon emissions and waste. By avoiding excess production there is less contribution to our landfills.

Art is made to last! By working with high quality products & companies, this should last for years to come, maybe even generations! That’s the real sustainable work.