Moroccan Rugs & Kilims

Moroccan rugs experienced a growth in popularity in the West with mid-century modern designers – such as Le Corbusier – who paired the thick piled Berber rugs with their sleekly designed furniture. Many of these Berber carpets are woven by the Beni Ourain peoples from the Rif Mountains near Taza. Colors vary from neutral shades to popping hues, with designs ranging from ordered geometric shapes to a more free-form, expressive pattern. Part of the appeal to the modernists was the primitivism in the carpets. Unlike the traditional antique Oriental rugs found in Western interior decoration, there is little elegance about these rugs, yet they fit wonderfully with modernist décor. Vintage and antique Moroccan rugs are fairly popular today for their decorative flexibility and reasonable pricing as compared to other


- Beni Ourain Rugs

Moroccan rugs experienced a growth in popularity in the West with mid-century modern designers – such as Le Corbusier – who paired the thick piled Berber rugs with their sleekly designed furniture. Many of these Berber carpets are woven by the Beni Ourain peoples from the Rif Mountains near Taza. Colors vary from neutral shades to popping hues, with designs ranging from ordered geometric shapes to a more free-form, expressive pattern. Part of the appeal to the modernists was the primitivism in t... Read More


- Boucherouite

Moroccan rugs experienced a growth in popularity in the West with mid-century modern designers – such as Le Corbusier – who paired the thick piled Berber rugs with their sleekly designed furniture. Many of these Berber carpets are woven by the Beni Ourain peoples from the Rif Mountains near Taza. Colors vary from neutral shades to popping hues, with designs ranging from ordered geometric shapes to a more free-form, expressive pattern. Part of the appeal to the modernists was the primitivism in t... Read More


- Taznakht

The region of Souss-Massa-Draa is famous for carpet weaving. In fact, women sewed the region for generations, carpets with specific characteristics and reasons for the region. In bright colors and sizes, carpet Taznakht are thus models of paintings skilled hands of women in this region. Paintings that told their stories and express their concerns. Carpet weaving in Morocco is learning that are transmitted from generation to generation. Populated with a set of patterns created thanks to the talen... Read More


- Wedding Blankets

Our Moroccan wedding blankets are handwoven by Berber women in the Atlas mountains. These beautiful blankets are made from undyed sheep's wool and cotton incorporating Berber motifs and decorated with mirrored sequins. used as bed cover or draped over the back of a sofa, wedding blankets enhance your home decor with a glamour of a handcrafted tapestry. These traditional blankets, called Handira in Arabic, take several weeks to make. Berber brides wrap them around their shoulders after a wedding ... Read More



Beni Ourain Rug

6ft L x 2ft, 4in W.

Price : $360.00

Beni Ourain Rug

7ft, 10in L x 5ft, 5in W .

Price : $890.00

Beni Ourain Rug

9ft 2in x 5ft 10in .

Price : $1,650.00


Beni Ourain Rug

10ft, 3in L x 7ft, 5in W.

Price : $2,660.00

Vintage Boucherouite Rug

6ft, 10in x 2ft, 10in .

Price : $235.00

Vintage Boucherouite Rug

7ft, 7in x 3ft 3in .

Price : $290.00


Vintage Boucherouite Rug

6ft, 7in x 2ft, 4in .

Price : $210.00

Vintage Boucherouite Rug

7ft. 7in x 3ft, 6in .

Price : $395.00

Beni Ourain Rug

9ft, 6in x 5ft, 10in .

Price : $1,740.00


Beni Ourain Rug

9ft, 10in x 6ft. 7in.

Price : $1,080.00

Beni Ourain Rug

7ft x 4ft, 6in .

Price : $460.00