Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness. Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Authentic Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness. Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness. Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Warda Moroccan Rug
Warda Moroccan Rug from $239.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Azilal rug is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Colorful Azilal Rug Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Fanida Rug
Fanida Rug from $150.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Azilal rug is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Colorful Azilal Rug Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Moroccan Berber Rug
Moroccan Berber Rug from $211.00
The Perfect Berber Moroccan Rugs to Decorate Your Homes It’s no secret that Moroccan Berber Rugs can beautifully change the entire feel of your home single-handedly. In continuing the same epitome, many genuine Moroccan rugs were made initially to fulfil basic needs, yet they become a public figure in no time. Berber Moroccan rugs possess an amazing variety of materials, styles, patterns, and loops that are genuinely authentic in their own kind. They carry the love of the origin and the creativity from the heart of Atlas Mountain where tribes skillfully crafted the Berber Moroccan rugs for their personal home décor. With all the imperfections and intriguing variations of tribal collections, many Berber Moroccan rugs share several things in common – such as cultural roots and symbolic language.   A Sight Look Back To the Atlas Mountain The divine cultural roots are spread geographically which is organized geologically by sub-tribes and tribes in the entire of Morocco. It all started when the Arabs came to Morocco in the 11th century, and at that time many Berber groups decided to move to the rural areas of the Atlas Mountains. The type of rugs these tribal communities wove at that time were durable for life and were the most nomadic style. They were the most urbanized Arab community that wove oriental carpets that resembles Persian and Islamic touch in their designs. Using these fancy and complex weaving, Berber tribes wove Berber Moroccan rugs through scarce resources they had in their hand. Now, these Berber Moroccan rugs influence the souks of the world with their great individuality and strong character which never meant to be placed at the open market.   Color Is All It Demands Authentic Berber rural rugs have a specific weaving thread that runs through all within the designs with bold colors. Besides these colored thread, the original brown and cream color based Beni Ourain rugs, and the grey, brown, neutral white, cream Kilims and blankets and rugs are color dense. To show the tribal customs and traditions of their tribes, women weavers chose their selective colors mindfully to create everyday life hand-woven textile. The blush, ochre, washed-out peach hues that are now commonly witnessed on the commercially produced rugs are a minimalist taste to sell the Berber Moroccan rugs in the famous souks of Africa.  Plus, newly commercialized rugs and carpets are bleached and shredded to give them an authentic and vintage look. Although the real vintage rugs were kept simple and imperfect they are now giving a new life with colors to match the entire aura of the space. Beautiful Adjustable Berber Moroccan Rugs Many time you got a space in your house that you want to decorate it perfectly with some minimalist and vintage look. And when this all ends up on putting up a carpet for the purpose, you see the available sizes either not similar to the required space, or you have to custom order it. And that’s what is understandable. However, this also can be done easily at our EttiluxHome that you should not worry about – but many Berber rugs are woven long or square-shaped in particular according to the narrow Berber tents and homes. If we look at the vintage and very old Berber Moroccan rugs, they are relatively thin and are exceptionally contain longer sizes. Normal square-shaped rugs woven by the Berber women are the ones that are used to adjust freely at any place such as to relax on with your pet, to sit when working, and also to save the valuable and expansive longer rugs. Vintage Berber Moroccan rugs have signs in them that show how they were used in their homes. Many of them have the folded patches that display that they have picked up to fold in half for sitting. They also have patches and repairs where the broth or the hot coal might fall while cooking. Some have drops of candle wax and the melted fat that are beautifully embedded in the knotted loops and that’s because some areas of the Berber Moroccan rugs are worn and faded more than the others. It might show that guests and family slept or sat on them. Thus, these rugs are born from the use of everyday life.   Women Power Berber Moroccan rugs are purely female-oriented. They cover many stories, traditions, and events in their weaving, symbols, and patterns. These Berber rugs were so personalized and fulfilled their family needs. This is because every rug that the EttiluxHome has telltale the domestic experiences of the female weaver and the past life events through specific symbols generated and passed through generations. That can particularly mean that every original and authentic rugs the EttiluxHome collection has demonstrated an embedded meaning that many of us can’t de-code until we know the exact meaning of the symbol. Often freehand style weavings display the shadows of losing memory of a weaver and are woven in the freedom weaving style to show the true colors of creativity.   Symbols on The Berber Moroccan Rugs Berber Moroccan rugs pine for many reasons, some of them are: These rugs are stuffed with theoretical effect The delicate and compact hand-spun woolen work The absence of symmetrical designs Extraordinary resilient symbols The creativity of weaver The consolidated themes and designs enhance the beauty of the rugs as well as demonstrate the Berber provincial lifestyle.   Berber weavers are likely to remain free in their designs and patterns to show the implications of the tradition and events on a life. Berber fraternities like to have freedom from the semi-roaming networks. Symbols – Initially, the symbols describe endurance, sexuality, ripeness, and assurance and a characteristic world that can be displayed through symbols. For example, female weavers use symbolic images in their weaving such as capsule, X-shapes, and chevron. Whereas a single jewel is most commonly used to protect from evil and the X-shape can be taken as a body with stretched out arms and legs.   Berber Tattoos – Tattoos have been playing a significant role in the history of Africa. Berber groups have been explicitly influenced by the emblematic themes for ages onto their bodies. These themes are widely based on plants, figures, and creatures. Although these themes have a diversified range of reasons for which Berbers ink them on their bodies, some say that these themes protect them from insidious spirits. Custom Berber Moroccan rugs include checks, crisscrosses, stars, crosses, and triangles.   Let’s have a look at what these symbols mean in Berber Moroccan rugs   Significance of Symbols On A Berber Moroccan Rug 1 - Chevron is a symbol of an opened vulva 2 - The X-shaped refers to the spread out arms and legs of a lady that is waiting to be considered.   3 – Lozenge gives the idea of a motherly body or a female figure. 4, 2.5 – These themes represent to be deciphered or availability of a lady, any component between the legs may show birth.   6 – An X-shaped last structure is categorized as the flower theme with lobed lines due to the extended coverage to the dotted lines. These lines are called hamsa (camel track) and specifically found in the oriental rugs. 7 – A Solomon Star theme is referred to another femininity and richness to the gender. It also resembles the aforementioned themes likewise the centre dotted component refers to birth. 8 – An organized statue of triangles, can be viewed as the rise in the bosom. It also thought to be the breasted Artemis of Ephesus antiquated sculpture. It particularly indicates the flourishing completion of femininity. 9 – These images show the male images. They demonstrate that males and females have their own needs in every stage of life. The bars and lines, few equal and some straight, either curved or smooth, have teeth or snares, or an example of a fishbone, these represent the tangible and understandable insights. 10 – A harpoon, a brush may show the phallus of male masculinity. Plus, shapes such as stamps, bolts, hammers, stops, stake, or spears believe as a male presence.   11 – The snakes shows the specific job in the Berber rugs done by males. The phallic implications are derived through the Orient and the Mediterranean zone. The snake is considered to be the solitary creature in the Berber rugs. Different aspects of themes are taken from the snakes, for instance, wander, crisscross, scissor, and tablet. Another version of this snake theme is the women closeness. Conclusion Witnessing and admiring how these Berber Moroccan rugs have internationally gained the audience in decorating home moods and scenes. It is the authentic quality and the prominent colors that make the Berber Moroccan rugs different from any commercially woven rugs. The unique designs and patterns are also the reason along with the extraordinary symbols that make them meaningful and open the world souk doors to the Berber Moroccan rugs. The rugs are full of creativity and colors that blend easily with any space of your home. Check out our vintage and brand new collection of Berber Moroccan rugs and get your piece now!     Type: Colorful Azilal Rug Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Handmade Moroccan rugs for sale
Handmade Moroccan rugs for sale from $211.00
The beautiful and extraordinary collection of Moroccan rugs at your doorstep Moroccan rugs, a product that we are extremely proud to have some of the beautiful and best collection of Antique Moroccan carpets and rugs from the heart of Morocco that ever assembled in a single collection. For more than a decade we have travelled through harsh steep mountains and small villages of Beni Ourains and Beber tribes to look for the most demanded and desirable collection of the ever-loved Moroccan carpets and rugs. The exclusive quality with the extraordinarily affordable pricing makes the vintage quality Moroccan rugs one of their kind that remained popular among the rug lovers and the extreme collections today. Many of the Moroccan rugs are famous for their vibrant designs and dynamic patterns that make them unique from any other rug collection available in the market. Nowadays, Moroccan rugs are the hottest trend in the interior industry with the combination of their silver history. Every piece is the masterpiece of folk art and the famous heirlooms that are passed through generations. Moroccan rugs withstood the test of thick and thins of harsh weather. However, their existence was limited to the tribal areas of North Africa till the nineteenth century. But now they have gained the attention of more than half of the world with their social presence.   Till the mid-1800s, the Moroccan rugs were usually considered as the birth-child of cross civilizations of western and central Turkish rugs. Famous for their lavish patterns and dynamic geometric designs that put them apart from the traditional Persian rugs with the addition of timelessness is the eye-attraction of all. Moreover, Moroccan rugs have become the first and only choice of interior designers, and this drift has been done like a flash in past few years. Not only interior designers but Moroccan rugs are also called ‘the rugs of choice’ by the private customers of the rug industries as well. With the growing heap of the trend, everyone is under the influence of the amazing rugs. None of the kind had rapidly gain attraction till the date from the mid-1800s and the 1900’s when the production of the Moroccan rugs was just begun. Taking inspirations from the beauty and the geometric patterns of the Moroccan rugs, many weavers followed the trend of weaving the rugs and the adaption began from central and western Turkish rugs.   Learn About the Types And The Styles Of The Moroccan Rugs Whenever someone asks about a historical or culturally rich country, Morocco is the one place that we all thought about. From the tribes of Atlas Mountains to the Arab, African, and Jewish influences, Morocco is known for its diversified food, rich architecture, and of course the amazing rugs. Moroccan rugs are although well-known across the globe, people sometimes get confused in selecting the right kind of Moroccan rugs that actually fill their needs. For this, a wide range of Moroccan rugs are detailed under that would tell you about the exact type you might need and unveil the style that telltale much about its region.   Different Types of Moroccan rugs Moroccan Azilal rugs Azilal rugs are originally produced from the central Moroccan province, Azilal. Hand-woven with affection by the women of the Azilal tribe. These rugs have many similarities to the Beni Ourains in their heavy piles and plushness. The main difference between Azilal and Beni Ourain rugs are the difference in color. Azilal rugs are more typically based on geometric shapes and the rainbow colors of wool are dyed with vegetable dyes. If a bright-coloured pattern with more spice and spunk is your need, then Azilal must be your first choice.   Morocco Boucherouite Rugs These Boucherouite rugs are literally made from the recycled materials. The handmade Moroccan rugs by the Berber weavers are eco-friendly have become more popular just because of their vibrant colors and the charm that the small pieces of the stashes pull out from them.   Moroccan Beni Ourain Rugs Produced from 100% sheepskin, Beni Ourain rugs are handmade by the Beni Ourain Tribal weaver. Moroccan Atlas Mountain rugs are traditionally are cream in color with long lozenges or Berber insignia. Some more of the kind can be found in many other different colors like taupe and turquoise. The minimalist and timeless look of the Beni Ourain rugs is the primary reason for their increasing trend. Additionally, they are admired by famous interior designers like LeCorbusier who liked to decorate and juxtapose his smooth looking leather furniture with only Beni Ourain rugs. Not only Corbusier, but Frank Lloyd Wright is also a die-hard fan of Beni Ourains that he had the rugs all over his Chicago home. Other variations of the Beni Ourain rugs involves Beni Mririt rugs.     Moroccan Boujad Rugs Boujad rugs are the ones that are the most colorful and the most-trendy rugs of all. These rugs come in many colors like oranges, purple, and pink. Boujad rugs are also popular in making pouffes and pillows. These rugs are originated from the Middle Atlas Mountains.   Moroccan Kilim Rugs Flat-woven Kilims are usually connected with Turkish and Romanian rugs, but Morocco also produces amazing Kilim rugs. These kilim rugs are not piled up and are not ideal for pillows and poufs, rather they are quite flat. That means they are pretty thinner than and not as soft as the other ideal Moroccan rugs. What makes them famous then? Their beautiful geometric designs and awesomely bright color combinations make them a perfect fit for your living room. Kilim, as they are thinner so are more affordable and cheap as compared to other types of Moroccan rugs. They are generally used in every weather to be used in indoor and outdoor activities. Moroccan Kilim comes in warm and rich tomes of orange, brown, and red that would create an exceptional backdrop if you use them at your entrance and prominent hallways. Although, the idea of using rugs as backdrops are new to the decorators, but they are loving the innovation.   How Were The Moroccan Rugs Made? Morocco is a beautiful and culturally rich country located in northwestern Africa. Morocco is eminent for its beaches, delectable cuisine, traditional music, colorful history, and how can somebody forget to mention its fantastic carpets and rugs. But for most western rug lovers, Morocco has typically a different meaning. They call Morocco a tribal country where hand-woven rugs are produced which cost higher than the high price due to their exotic characteristics and the variety of colors. The rugs initially were not made for decorations but they weaved in tribal homes of Moroccan provinces as a tent. The weavers of the Moroccan Azilal, Beni Ourain, and the Kilim rugs are mostly less trained and barely know about the artistry. The Moroccans own the fact dramatically and seen this primitive as their power to have a childlike charm that makes the rugs so appealing through its simplicity. Across the geographical region, Morocco has almost 45 different tribes that are spread from the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara desert. Berbers and the Nomadic Moroccans make the rugs in different sizes like tent sized, sleeping mats, bed coverings, saddle blankets, burial shrouds, and generation’s favorite pastime back.   Moroccan tribes follow the three common styles of weaving: Knotted Flatweave Weft substitution All of them are unique and demonstrates the magnificent outcome as the end product. Unlike other oriental rugs style, Moroccan hand-woven tribal carpets and rugs create a subtle ambience about themselves.   How to décor your house from these Moroccan Magnificent rugs Planning to decorate your house with a Moroccan rug collection? Ain’t no better idea than that after all? Moroccan rugs complement almost every interior design from their minimalist and tribal dyes and designs. The term tribal rejuvenates the images of exotic Central Asian or Middle Eastern ethnography. If we look at the designs, we automatically conjure the nomadic rugs having the complex repertory of geometric patterns, deep colors that are expressed in dark patterns of rugs. You can décor your homes with Moroccan rugs while placing them under your modernist interior, hang them as wall art and tapestries, use them in your living rooms, keep the cushions and pillows of the hand-woven material in your children’s room, and nobody would stop you to keep them with you in winter times as they are too cozy to get along with.   Where Do You Find Beautiful Moroccan Rugs To Buy? EttiluxHome has a wonderful collection of Moroccan rugs and carpets with plenty of colors and sizes for your home, office, and rooftops. In the wide variety of Moroccan rugs are available to fit in anywhere you like at the most affordable prices. Hand-picked every single piece of the Moroccan rug, we reject the piece which could be with a single defect. Curating for you a comprehensive collection that would make you fall in love with every slice. The collection we have gathered for you took a lot of our effort that’s why we are proud to have such a wonderful collection that most of our customer admire.       Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Trance Rug
Trance Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Rug Handmade is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco  
Moroccan Black and white rug
Moroccan Black and white rug from $211.00
Moroccan Rugs for Sale – How to Choose the Right Moroccan Rug for Your Home & Office Every one of us knows that the idea of choosing a Moroccan rug for space can never go wrong especially in enriching a space. The cozy and soft Beni-Ourain style floor rug texture emits the warmth and friendliness that always look amazing and the butterfly shaded color combinations on the white hue base that you could put in any area any space of your room. This is all because the Moroccan rugs are so stylish and durable in the same way. But they also bring a hefty price tag along with them. A seller may make you count the myriad goodness that these Moroccan rugs deliver and that they can last forever (and they actually do!) but yet it is hard to take out hundreds and thousands of dollars to spend on a single item and on a single sitting. That’s why people always look for Moroccan rugs on sale. You may not find the traditional vintage Moroccan rugs in a sale but you can go for alternatives in this fashion. With some alternatives, you can slash the super high price of the Moroccan rugs with the same color, size, authenticity, and limitation. But many of us don’t really want to take anything else other than Moroccan style rugs either for our home or office – no matter what price tag it has. So if you see some cheap Moroccan rugs on sale, then what would you do? How would you spot the perfect piece for your office and the one for your living room? Let’s find out in the next part of the article.   Difference between a Home and an Office Rug If you have ever been into choosing a rug, then you must know how hectic it is to choose a perfect rug when plenty of things are there that needs to be taken into consideration for a chosen one. It’s required to measure the size, dimensions, think about the colors, the purpose of the rug, the surrounding interior, and plenty of other factors. But what if you are after a sophisticated rug style that you don’t need to put at your home? Well! The color combination and other factors take a U-turn when you consider taking a Moroccan rug from sale for your office or business other than your home. Let’s hover over some considerations in both cases.   Choosing a Moroccan rug for your home Simply put, whenever you opt to have a colorful or vibrant Moroccan rug for your home, just listen to your heart. When you have several options you choose something that you love the most. When on a sale, you have a lot of options - on looking at many colored rugs, you pick a rug that your think would go for your space you touch a rug you start imagining it at the space where it is going to be placed in your home – don’t you? So just listen to your heart and select the one that you think you won’t regret choosing when you see it every day in your living room. The carpet or the rug should be the one that brings warmth, life and belongingness to your home. Generally, rugs that are designed for the home are comparatively less under-feet traffic, so you should not get into durability thing or your considerations should not totally depend on the factor that if you find a perfect colored rug for your home, you just put it back thinking that it won’t stay long. For your home, a rug with shabby chic or something with low piles will go perfectly in an everyday home setting. So you don’t need to think too much. Choosing a Moroccan Rug for Your Office & Business A rug that is made entirely for your office or business must be considered with a completely different set of considerations as you may have considered for your home rug. Whilst, where the home rugs are chosen from the dear heart, the office or business rug, is utterly based on the practical and corporate feeling that you want to give your customers when they first step into your office. Rationally, the rugs that you choose would be assumed to have a much larger amount of traffic than your home. For this purpose, you should look into rug collections that are durable and with darker colors so the dirt and shoe marks can hide easily. Colors actually and mostly depend on the type of business you do. If you are associated with an ad agency then colorful rugs will work best for you. On the contrary, if you are an attorney and have a law office, then it’s obvious that no color can be as sophisticated as blue, grey, and white or black colored rugs. Many times antique rugs works perfect for offices such as Bidjar rugs that are woven with closed loops and are called often third-generation rugs as they are densely woven with rich colors. The bold and richer colors of the rug provide a smaller feel of the space giving the strength and inevitable feeling while having a good taste for colors and that the business and the associated people are strong.     The Importance of Properly Used Rugs Now when you get your rug based on some of the mentioned considerations, you should know how to use them perfectly so that they can deliver the best out of them. Specific spaces of your home and business are in dire need to have something decorative so that they can enhance their beauty. Let’s start looking for these places by roaming around both places.       Visual Pathways Hallways and corridors – if you leave them bland, trust me they will look dead and unwelcoming either at your home or business. So why not putting your favorite colored rug on the space to live it up and revive its beauty. Sound absorption Rugs are some of the wonderful solutions against sound absorption, especially when you have wooden flooring at your home or apartment. Most of them when you have kids and pets running here and there with their bare-foot.     Connected Spaces   If you have a larger area at your office with furniture or having a large living room with sections, then putting the same rug style will unify the visual connection between the areas. The idea of similar rug placing can also come in handy when you have connecting rooms. This will eventually help you create a flow of delivering the essence of perfection from one place to another. For a much better perspective use them in minimal or neutral spaces.   As art From the last decade, rugs have made their way to every part of the world so quickly that they become the piece of art for most of the interior and decorative spaces. They have also been considered for hanging on the wall as a masterpiece of art. With this, they not only provide the stunning element to space but also enhance the creativity of the walls. They are also a great source of absorbing sound even for the walls. When you need to make your office or room soundproof, another way of making it without glass is the wall of rugs.       Creating a feature   The layering of the rugs or applying a duplicate rug on one another to feature out and emboss your open space. Hence, if you can’t find a rug that is large enough to cover your whole space or you just don’t want to give your open area an old simple look, you can use rug layering with color contrast or the duplicate rugs that go along with each other and space perfectly. You will witness that it will create a much bigger impact in terms of your creativity rather than a larger rug. Which could be much expensive and not putting up satisfaction underneath.   Add personality with patterns   If you’re brave enough to play with the patterns, then there’s not any other way to introduce your bravery through patterns. It’s quite easier sometimes to go beyond the plain colors of the walls and try something interesting with colors. Rugs are also a great way to incorporate patterns into your home which seem appealing to the eyes whenever you see them. These patterns in rugs come with colors as well. So if you could bring a slight change in your home or business – then it might become a style statement for your business.   Other considerations Till now that you know some important factors that you should consider when you see Moroccan rug for sale and want to make choices for your home and business. Now, look at our selections of rugs that are perfect for any space. After that, if you still feel that you need guidance by any means, then our experts are always there to help. Just give a text and we’ll together get a dream rug for your home or business.       Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Moroccan Berber Rug
Moroccan Berber Rug from $211.00
How to Get Cheap Moroccan Rugs – Tips For Haggling At Moroccan Souks For many travelers like us, a trip to Morocco does not complete unless we don’t get a rug from there, or at least wander around the rug shops. Although these rugs are too expensive due to their size, material, patterns, and the effort that the women weaver put together to give them a complete vintage or traditional look. But most of the time you want to know some tactics from which you can get cheap Moroccan rugs for your home and rooms so that you can flaunt with style. But how can you do that? For this you need to know your requirements for which you want to use your rug and then only you will be able to see what type of rug will work for you. Let’s find out what kind of rugs we have in the Moroccan markets. Types of Rugs Rugs and carpets available in the Moroccan bazaars can be grouped into urban and rural, Arab, or Berber. Urban rugs and carpets are more likely influenced by the Middle East with their oriental designs that are intricately detailed. On the other hand, Rural Berber carpets contains abstract patterns and are hand woven with a number of symbols that telltale the stories of the rural Berber tribe. With the same rural type, rugs from the Atlas contains a deep hand woven woolen pile to keep the warmth at the place where they are used. The size of these Atlas rugs is usually narrow but long. The other type of the Moroccan rugs are creamy shedwi rugs from Beni Mguild and Beni Ourain tribes originated from the high Middle Atlas that are decorated and beautified from the dark colored pattern such as brown and black. The Haouz rugs from the west of Africa somewhere between the Atlantic and the Atlas are consist of free-floating patterns and shapes with bright colors. Hanbels or Kilim from the Chichaoua is usually woven flat containing intricate geometrical designs with mostly yellow, black, and white colors on a red-colored based background. Berber rugs, another type that goes perfectly unique with the free designs are informal and can be used in any room décor settings because they are not specifically designed with keeping a particular area in mind. Besides, the Beni Mguild and Beni Ourain types of Moroccan rugs have gained sudden popularity in the west and have become the fashion statement for most of the interior decorators.         Patterns and Symbols The efforts that female weaver give to a rug in its production process is simply amazing. The entire patterns and the use of colors are exclusively influenced by the religious beliefs that significantly are rooted in the magic of the legendary Berber tribes. Basically, what traditions and history say about the creation of the rugs, is that was not made initially to be used commercially. They were made originally only for personal use. This also means that maybe women weavers have compiled these patterns to deliver what they think especially about the events that they have been through all of their lives. Every symbol, pattern, and motif shows a different meaning and conceals something special from the weaver’s heart. Probably a celebration, fertility, birth, marriage, or the memory of their older region. Whenever you buy an old landscape in a form of a Moroccan rug, you are actually getting an episode of a unique event and story.   Where to Buy Cheap Moroccan Carpets If you are in Marrakesh and want to buy a carpet from there, then the best shop to make your purchase is Criee Berbere at the Spice Square. The entrance of the shop is decorated and flanked by the carpet stalls. Here, slave auctions were supposedly held at sunset thrice a week until 1912, when the French arrived and the practice discontinued. For now, there’s an auction but only for carpets, rugs, cloths, and wool. The Criee Berbere is assumed to be an exotic warren of the small carpet shops covered with plenty of small carpets. Every ship at Cariee is flooded with different types of rugs that are full of uniquely designed and are appealing to the eye. If you ask for something that as the shop doesn’t have, then the shop owner will borrow it from the neighbor shop that does have your demanded variety.   Tips of Haggling First of all, if you are really into the souks to buy something, then do not ask for the price unless you are sure to buy the rug. According to a general rule of thumb that works often when you go buy a cheap Moroccan rug, is to ask the seller for the price and slash it half and start haggling from there. Haggling is considered to be the art in Morocco, there’s nothing called a particular price for the piece of rug. If you liked the piece and you are willing to pay for it, then you are good to go. In cases, if you are not good at haggling, then try finding some shops that are labeled with fixed price shops and go with it.     Ten Tips to Begin Your Cheap Moroccan Rug Shopping With the Art of Haggling. You must have heard the famous quotes ‘When in Rome, be like Romans’. So, to just embrace the Moroccan culture make an effort to haggle and don’t pay over the odds. Here are some tips that will help you in bargaining the next time you visit Marrakesh.   Tips#1: Haggling is one of the sweetest forms of communication between the seller and buyer at the souks of Moroccan tribes. When you find your chosen one, remain polite and add some humor to the communication. Accept the refreshing mint tea that often sellers offer to their customers and enjoy the stories while spending some time at the markets.   Tip#2: If you are unsure about the quality, material, color, size, or anything that does not seems to feel good to yourself, do not start bargaining.   Tip #3: Appear hesitant – this means to show that you do not really like the carpet, if you display your emotions that you love the rug and willing to pay any price, then you will lose your haggling power.    Tip #4: The price matters - when it comes to the price, follow the general rule of thumb, which is to offer a half or three quarters of the price that the seller has initially quoted and leave the shop. Do not show the attitude of taking it or leave it.   Tip #5: Stick to what you have offered once, if the seller wants to sell the rug to you he’ll find you from anywhere from the market even when you have left the street. But you have to be serious about it. A good bargainer will hold its grounds and remain prepared for leaving the shop at any quoted price.   Tip # 6: If you can’t afford to or want to pay the asked price, refuse politely and leave the shop. Probably you will be followed, but you should not give the idea to the seller that you want them to follow you when you leave.   Tip# 7: If you both are haggling over just a few dollars, and you really like the rug that you actually want to have it, then to make a good seller-buyer relationship you should avoid taking part in putting yourself in a hassle, just pay the price and you are all good to leave.   Tip # 8: If you are new to the place and wanted to get some traditional art and craft items, then avoid telling your cab driver. Chances are there that he may (invariably a male) will drive you towards the location which is unknown to you but to get there you have to go a long way through and the driver will make a hefty kickback from dropping you there. And what you get! An inflated price eventually.   Tip # 9: Avoid thinking that you may have bargained much. There’s no such thing as called right price. If you are satisfied with your cheap Moroccan rug, then you have paid a good amount.   Tip #10: It’s useless to think that you have purchased a rug in very less amount. The salesman knows at the back of his mind that how much he’ll be gaining from every purchase, if he’s not making a profit out of your purchase, he’d not be selling it to you at that price.   Take away Moroccans are extremely understanding and loving people, they love what they make and sell. In order to get your cheap Moroccan rugs, you need to go through the souks where you get the most authentic and appropriate rugs that fit your requirements easily. Don’t forget to haggle when you visit Morocco next time, you may save some bucks out of your pocket and get the most desired rug with all its goodness.   Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco    
Beni Ourain Rug
Beni Ourain Rug from $211.00
Moroccan area rugs – Which one is your favorite? Moroccan area rugs often come when somebody talks about décor. Interior design enthusiast always opts for the rugs as they are one of a style statement-making rugs that could give any room a special feel. The tone goes from vibrant and neutral to the extraordinary distinct through their patterns and weaving quality. Patterns are often boasted through the range of colors and the free-form pattern style makes them unique, amazing, and appealing to the eye. The styles symbolize survival, fertility, and the natural world of art. The art describes the hard work in handmade patterns with complex designs in your everyday rug. Due to the endless variety and understated elegance, they are too good to be true. With the contemporary maximalist cores, they are more relaxed with any of your room settings. There’s something behind the beauty, simplicity, and peace of the Moroccan rugs that always carries the particular joy of the midway blues. A little bit of research will unveil the buried simplicity that they are the hidden tales in the intricate weaves and tell us where they belong. Let’s peek into the history of the Moroccan area rugs. Motifs The antiquity of Moroccan area rugs appeals to the Paleolithic Era, Berber tribe. Interestingly, the residents of North Africa inhibited Morocco even before it became a country in the 7th century. They made the tribes at the place there, and still are relying on the making of rugs to run their living – following the same trend their ancestors left for them centuries back.   Significance of Designs Every Moroccan rug depicts an interesting story and that’s another beautiful fact about the Moroccan area rugs that make them attractive. Why? Because to comprehend the patterns and motifs, you need to go deep into the history of Morocco and to know what do they mean. The patterns and designs are combined to tell you the story of weaver’s tribes and emblematic language. Although, some geometric design on the rugs represent femininity, male protection, and spirituality.   Hidden secrets behind the designs The motifs of the rugs, a ‘frog’ acts as a symbolizer of Moroccan rugs resemble diamond-shaped motif. It is there because the symbol tells the tiny enchantments of the ancient days in Morocco – where the frogs are considered to be the symbol of fertility. Fertility in the sense that the frogs lay many eggs at the same time and that the symbol of the solitary effort that she makes. Undoubtedly giving birth to a child requires a lot of power and then the protection of these blessings is all that matters. In the Moroccan area rugs, those criss-cross lines (representing lines drawn onto the grass by a child), figures, illustrating skeletons, snakes, and fishes. Skeletons of the snakes and fishes are usually considered holy symbols in the rugs and are believed that they possess special entrancing commands that are important to keep everyone and the community safe from the spells and evil eyes. So, the lines are basically there to protect fertility and illustrates the originality of the Moroccan rugs. The use of creative language in the Moroccan rugs is mindful and thoughtful. They particularly are asking for blessing and creating a holy shield for the people around them. Moroccan rugs are the way of sending protected vibes and blessings to the owner through these illustrations mounted with a language that is easy to comprehend to build an unseen relationship with the weaver.   Decoding a Moroccan area rug From EttiluxHome collection, you could get the perfectly shaped, designed and modern rug that will fix in the ambience of your house that you would feel like it is made for your home containing the rich folklore and heritage of Morocco. Here are some symbols that will help you in decoding patterns and motifs in the rugs. Identify the story in your rug through these hints (skeletons of fish, snakes, frogs, and lines) that your weaver has sent to your home and let us know what you got.     Getting the best quality Moroccan carpets About the early 20th century, the Moroccan area rugs were only known within its own premises. They weave the rugs for their own use using the old vegetable dyes and weaving techniques with near to zero outside influence. Morocco’s Arabs and Berber’s tribes were dramatically rooted in their own particular tradition and culture and the infamous rugs of that time strongly represent the ancestral influence. These traditional patterns and culture greatly differ from tribe to tribe and through families having the use of their own loops, dyes, weaves, knots, and patterns. However, the popularity of the Moroccan area rugs is not a secret anymore.   Mass or rarely produced? When we talk about Moroccan area rugs, the term ‘vintage’ often used side by side with it. There are too many, about 45 tribal areas in Morocco and every other tribe has its own speciality when it comes to rugs. Let’s see what Moroccan area rugs are there and find out what the most famous ones are.   The Berber Kilim Rugs: Berber rugs are also called Kilim or tribal rugs. Additionally, the rugs that are designed at other regions of the tribe are given the names specifically where they are produced. In the High Atlas Mountains, and at the Ouarzazate the rugs are particularly smaller but are thick from the background with bright color combinations like yellow, red, and orange. Many other areas are represented by kilim rugs that includes Azemmour Kilim, Tiflet Kilim, Boujad Kilim, and much more. Berber carpets are woven or knotted. They are famous for their simplicity and originality with rustic and simple patterns. These carpets are woven by women of the tribes with wool that are colored using natural dyes that provide the flawless harmonious colors. Each and every piece of the Moroccan area rugs is unique and extraordinary just like the artisans of Morocco. You can also find the Moroccan rugs as everyday use for decoration and bed linen – from here (website)   Beni ourain Rugs These famous and extraordinary rugs are the first love of many interior designers and the private customers of the rugs whether it is used for home decors or backdrops. The charm and beauty of this Moroccan area rugs make it the perfect selection of any kind of decoration. When people talk about the exotic kind of carpets, Beni Ourain rugs is all they want. Like every Moroccan area rugs, Beni Ourain rugs have their own original history that takes over the beauty and charm of the rugs. They were originally made to use as blankets in the winter seasons because they are so soft and thick as they are created from 100% sheepskin. Women specially weave Beni Ourain rugs when they want to show gratitude to their families.   Boucherouite rugs Just like the rainbow beautifies the sky after the rain with its variety of colors, Boucherouite rugs also enhance the glam of your home décor. From Moroccan area rugs, these kinds of rugs are the perfect choice when colors are your complete concerns. With their attractive and bright colors they add an amazing ambience to your interior. An interesting thing about these rugs is that they are made with the leftovers of the other rugs carpets and rugs that is why they are so colorful and trendy. These colors provide the authentic and elegant overall look to the rug which has its own identity.     Tuareg mat rug These African mats are created from natural leather and reed. The finishing and the embroidery of the mats are beyond perfection. The leather in the mats came from the camel skin, that’s why the mat usually available in the camel and reed colors as they are not dyed.   Moroccan wedding blanket Textures create a vibrant aura and add softness, purity, elegance, and peace to the rugs. The relatives of the bride's hand weave the Moroccan wedding blankets that are generally used to wear as capes by the bride. These capes are considered to be the protection of the newly wedded couple from the evil spirit and bestow fertility. Other than this, these Moroccan area rugs can also be used as the inspirations to the interior décor for adding charms to the living room when they are used to make bed linen, pillow covers, and blankets.   Boujad Rugs To celebrate your home with Moroccan area rugs, Boujad rugs add the Moroccan charm to your living room in a unique way. The diamond and other geometric shapes are crafted in a way that they manifest a stable composition of the patterns. The amalgamation of vibrant colors, patterns, and designs make the masterpiece another beautiful art piece to be placed in your home. The carpet holds the special Berber Boujad civilization and represents the power that preserves after a dire effort of the people of Boujad.     Living rooms are the heart of any home. You play here, eat here, and celebrate here. So, why not design your space with such a wonderful masterpiece that enhances the charm of your memories? Place your order now...   Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Zenith Rug
Zenith Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Rug Handmade is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Rasa Rug
Rasa Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Rug Handmade is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Balance Rug
Balance Rug from $211.00
  The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Azilal rug is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Colorful Azilal Rug Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Berber Rug
Berber Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Azilal rug is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Colorful Azilal Rug Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Meeting Rug
Meeting Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Rug Handmade is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco
Ridge Rug
Ridge Rug from $211.00
The wool from the sheep in the Atlas mountains is genuinely unequalled and a Azilal rug is made solely from this pure wool and its natural colours, which are white, ivory and naturally dyed colours. A genuine Azilal rug is woven with simple and sophisticated patterns, making it much in demand from designers and consumers worldwide. A Moroccan Rug Handmade is a work of art for the floor. If it is cared for with consideration, the rug will keep its beautiful colours, the wool will not wear out. Making it a rug to pass on through the generations.     Type: Moroccan Rug Handmade Material: 95% Wool  Backing: 5% cotton Manufacturing: By hand Production time: Approximately 2-5 weeks (depending on size) Origin: Morocco  
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug 8' X 10' / 244x305 cm
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug 8' X 10' / 244x305 cm from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug 8' X 10' / 244x305 cm
Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug 8' X 10' / 244x305 cm from $483.00
Beni Ourain rug 100% thick and natural wool with fringed finishes on the edges. Exceptional and unique piece handmade by Berber women on wooden looms.Their wool is made from very high quality, very soft and silky and very tightly knotted. Then the rug is washed for several days, in order to have an infinite softness to the touch. They differ from all other rugs by their fine and silky wool and by their intense thickness.Beni Ourain rugs are the favourite target for interior designers.   MaterialsYour order is made entirely by hand from 100% natural wool, which means there will be natural (and beautiful) variations in pattern and color. Wool shrinks! While we do our best, final sizes can vary by 1-4" TasselsTraditional Moroccan rugs feature tassels just on one side. You can toggle them on and off below, as you prefer! Tassel length is normally in the range of 4–6".   Lead TimeEach and every Beni rug is woven entirely by hand and then washed and dried in the mountain air. Due to high demand and the implementation of new safety protocols at our studios, current lead times are in the range of 4-6 weeks. For rugs larger than 9x12, please allow for an additional week.