Carpets are described as a thing of beauty that’s woven based on each location of Morocco. The latter is created largely in rural areas. In a distant era, rugs were used to enhance luxurious areas such as palaces but following this time around, the usefulness of the carpet is becoming necessary and can be seen in various areas inside a residence or floor of a particular.

In Morocco, rugs reflect the culture, rites, and record of the nation generally speaking and the location wherever it was made in particular. Due to the different traditions of every town, the way in which of weaving the carpet also changes in style, shades, and weaving techniques.

The Berber group named Beni Ouarain is located in the Heart Moroccan Atlas region. Their Beni Ourain tapijt is known by the standard Berber knot on two or three threads. Their weavers are known by the ease and love of lines. These normal unpainted wool carpets end up in long, soft, bright, ivory or cream-colored Marokkaanse wollen tapijten with standard diamond patterns in unpainted brown or black.

Each Azilal tapijt is unique in their style and is considered a image of eternal modernist style for any contemporary interior. Often we can find Berber symbology among diamonds. Traditionally these Vintage Marokkaanse tapijten are used as a sleep to guard from the cold in the wintertime months and in summertime it turns around.

Each Marokkaanse Azilal-tapijten in Manufactured in Morocco is unique, a promise of exclusivity. Handmade by the best craftsmen of Morocco with patterns, designs, and shades that represent their values and experiences. It makes us very happy to enhance each house or apartment with a unique part, full of culture and history. That’s why we invite you to visit our site and find your dream Beni Ouarain kopen, a great combination of beauty, warmth, and personality.

The Beni Mguild tapijt are made with various resources such as nylon or wool where in actuality the size also ranges from producer to another. The shades are made with normal dyes like the red colorization of the poppy rose, or the red and yellow saffron.

The Marokkaanse Berber-tapijten are artwork which can be produced in an artisanal way, that’s, yourself with 100% normal lamb wool in easy vertical or outside looms placed on the floor. The rugs should be washed every 6 to 12 months, with dried cleaning in order never to injury the fibers. They often last quite a long time since they are made out of the intention of daily use.