If you’re opposed to the popular culture of immediate gratification, you’re going to want to learn more about new sustainable interiors brand ZZ Driggs. Created explicitly as a counterargument to the fast furniture movement, it’s the only platform in the world that allows consumers to both rent and buy heirloom-quality contemporary, vintage and antique furniture in one seamless online experience.
Reimagining how we furnish spaces, ZZ Driggs’ portfolio has been created by independent designers and manufacturers who must adhere to the brand’s ethical and ecological standards when creating their products. The collection’s pieces range from three weeks to 300 years old, including textiles from the Sinatra family or the personal furniture collection of Steve Jobs’ celebrated graphic designer, Paul Rand.
With a belief that well-made furniture is the most enduring sustainable product, all furniture on the platform is built to last a minimum of 50+ years. In fact, ZZ Driggs’ entire business model is predicated on their furniture lasting for as long as possible, operating with the environment, sustainability and community at the forefront. By working with organizations such as Carbonfund.org and 1% for the Planet to neutralize the impact of the company’s operations, to composting and upcycling as much waste as possible, ZZ Driggs is all in.
To learn more about ZZ Driggs, visit zzdriggs.com.