Combine style and sustainability

DDD guides the selection of its products, which are homeware items, gifts and everyday items, according to the values supported by the company. In addition to the essential requirement to possess a clean and timeless design, these important values are sustainability, quality, accountability, transparency and ethics.

We believe that current consumers are becoming more aware and are now ready to make more informed choices in their purchases. Although they are open to more responsible alternatives, they do not have the time to do extensive research to change their habits. We want to make it easier for them and give them access to a selection of design products based on sustainable and responsible values.

Here are the 3 rules and the 12 criteria that we use to guide our selection:



The product has a refined and timeless aesthetic and does not belong to a fashion

or a trend. The product will last

in time.

RULe 2


The product has a high level of manufacturing quality as well as an exceptional guarantee. We advocate quality ratherthat quantity.



The product must detain a few of our 12 responsible criteria. Discover them below.

Our responsible criteria


Minimalist product that uses few materials, low energy and produce little manufacturing waste.


Product allowing its reuse after its use.


Product whose design facilitates the disassembly and recycling of its materials at the end of its useful life.


Product that has been partially or entirely made from recycled materials.


Product that has the ability to decompose entirely and naturally by living organisms.


Product that can be composted at the end of its useful life, whether in a domestic or industrial setting.

Certified organic

Product of which the company holds an internationally recognized organic certification for its manufacturing materials.

Lifetime warranty

The company warrants to the customer that its product will be replaced with any defect in material or workmanship under normal use for an unlimited or limited period (specific cases).

Social enterprise

A company whose primary purpose is not to make profits but rather to provide a service to its community, for example through reintegration or employability programs.

Locally made

Locally manufactured product. The products selected in this criterion will come from either Montreal, Quebec or Canada.

Ethic enterprise

Company respecting ethical working conditions for its workers and an accountability in terms of its environmental footprint.

Traditional technique

Product made from traditional techniques allowing the optimal use of raw materials and the passage of know-how from generation to generation.