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We're a Certified B Corporation

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We're a Certified B Corporation

Armadillo is the first American and Australian rug brand to become a Certified B Corporation™️.

Social and environmental responsibility has been at the heart of our business since its inception in 2009. Becoming certified as a B Corp was the next step on our journey of ever lightening our footprint on this earth.

It is an honor to have our rugs in people’s homes. We are holding ourselves accountable to the most stringent, third-party verified requirements available in the world, in order to give customers the confidence to know that they are investing in a truly sustainable product.

We hope to inspire a more natural pace of life with products that are gentle to the senses and kinder to the environment.

What is a
Certified B Corp?

Certified B Corporations are internationally recognized as meeting the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. Whereas Armadillo’s accreditation with the International Living Future Institute’s Declare Label measures the sustainability of the rugs themselves, B Corp Certification measures the impact of our overall company.

How did we become certified?

Achieving Certification is a rigorous process, requiring full disclosure and documentation across five areas – governance, workers, customers, community, and the environment – as well as an agreement to undergo verification every three years to maintain the highly coveted status.

Armadillo’s B Corp Certification represents the brand’s steadfast commitment to building a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

We are proud to join a global movement of business as a force for good.


We are here to make an impact not just in the home but in the wider world we live in – which has so generously sustained us and on which the quality of life for future generations depends.

See our B Corp Impact Report