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  • Contemporary Red Moroccan Style Area Rug with Tribal Design - 9'2" x 12'
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    Contemporary Red Moroccan Style Area Rug with Tribal Design - 9'2" x 12'
    Add a chic Bohemian flair to timeless tribal design, this contemporary Moroccan style area rug will create a truly tempting look for nearly any space. Exploding with a beautiful color palette of variegated hues ranging from auburn, burgundy and maroon to a deep brick red. The creamy beige details are brought into sharp focus against the beautiful abrashed deep red field. hand-knotted wool. Made in Pakistan. Measures: 09'02 x 12'00.
  • Zeus. 8' x 10' beni ourain moroccan berber rug
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    Zeus. 8' x 10' beni ourain moroccan berber rug
    New beni ourain rugs are typically known as beni m'rirt. They are one-of-a-kind rugs made by the berber tribes of the middle atlas mountains in morocco. Traditionally used as bedding to keep warm in the cold winter months, they are hand-knotted with 100% natural/undyed wool, with a characteristic white/cream pile and striking tribal designs and pictorials. Size: 8' x 10 color: natural cream white, dark ash brown, black age: contemporary / new condition: excellent material: wool you can also shop our vintage beni ourain rugs.
  • Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 4′ × 4′6″
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    Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 4′ × 4′6″
    Moroccan rug handloomed in soft wool. The simple harlequin pattern and tribal graphics are striking.
  • Neptune. 8' x 10' beni ourain moroccan berber rug
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    Neptune. 8' x 10' beni ourain moroccan berber rug
    New beni ourain rugs are typically known as beni m'rirt. They are one-of-a-kind rugs made by the berber tribes of the middle atlas mountains in morocco. Traditionally used as bedding to keep warm in the cold winter months, they are hand-knotted with 100% natural/undyed wool, with a characteristic white/cream pile and striking tribal designs and pictorials. Size: 8' x 10 color: natural cream white, dark ash brown, black age: contemporary / new condition: excellent material: wool you can also shop our vintage beni ourain rugs.
  • Contemporary Moroccan Style Area Rug With Abstract Design - 9’2” X 11’4”
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    Contemporary Moroccan Style Area Rug With Abstract Design - 9’2” X 11’4”
    Adding a unique flair to tribal design, this Moroccan style rug will create a truly tempting look for nearly any interior space. Exploding with hues of red and orange to plum, the abstract lozenge pattern seamlessly blends into this Bohemian style rug. The asymmetrical diamond pattern throughout the composition creates something a little more modern and daring that will transform a plain room into a lively space. This rug is gorgeous whether it’s used as an accent or powerfully used as a lead color in a room. Impeccably woven throughout, this eccentric area rug sets a timeless formality, functioning as the perfect grounding tool for one’s entire space. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Pakistan. Measures: 09’02” x 11’04”.
  • Spartacus. 5' x 7' / 1.5 x 2.1 m beni m'rirt moroccan berber rug
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    Spartacus. 5' x 7' / 1.5 x 2.1 m beni m'rirt moroccan berber rug
    Beni m'rirt rugs are one-of-a-kind rugs made by the berber tribes of the middle atlas mountains in morocco. Traditionally used as bedding to keep warm in the cold winter months, they are hand-knotted with 100% natural/undyed wool, with a characteristic white/cream pile and striking tribal designs and pictorials. Size: 6' x 6'6“ feet / 1.52 x 1.98 meter color: natural cream white, dark ash brown, black age: 15 to 20 years condition: excellent material: wool see archives for sold out rugs.
  • Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 2'9'' x 3'10''
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    Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 2'9'' x 3'10''
    Handloomed in soft organic wool in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Its simple harlequin pattern and tribal graphics pair well with contemporary or traditional interiors.
  • Vintage Beni Ourain Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'7" x 9'7"
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    Vintage Beni Ourain Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'7" x 9'7"
    With its well defined lines and subtle hints of henna accents, this Beni Ourain vintage Berber Moroccan rug is believed to protect the human spirit from negative energy and shield the human body from the elements. Beni Ouarain (Beni Ourain) rugs are prized for their exciting, abstract and modern designs. While they display some of the same aesthetic tendencies previously celebrated by modern artists, they are indeed tribal compositions which have played importance to the Berber people for centuries. This Beni Ouarain rug does an excellent job of communicating the finer points of this modernized style: the line work rendered in a dark brown and outlined in orange henna, contrasts beautifully against the ivory field. The overall diamond pattern design scheme is one of enchanting abstraction. The crisscrossing of detail lines and sparse composition seen in these rural carpets highlight the authentic and archaic spirit of tribal art. Measures: 05'07" x 09'07".
  • Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6' x 2'9"
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    Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6' x 2'9"
    Handloomed soft organic wool Beni Ourain. Simple harlequin pattern with tribal graphics pairs well with contemporary or traditional design.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Red Rug - 5'3" x 7'8"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Red Rug - 5'3" x 7'8"
    Get a rich and exotic look with this Berber Moroccan rug. With its bold and beautiful tribal composition, this wool rug has all the warmth and presence of true Berber culture without overwhelming its surroundings. This Moroccan carpet features a rich red field that contrast beautifully with its secondary colors. The symbolic tribal motifs create balance through the composition as it tells the weaver’s story. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. While the patterns may seem whimsical and random, they are very significant to the rug weaver’s life. The Berber women incorporate design elements from their personal experience into the rugs designs. The symbols are usually references to events and aspects of their daily life such as beliefs, birth, fertility, nature, femininity, life and spirituality. Some believed that the rugs could even ward off evil spirits so naturally, they incorporated designs such as diamonds and lucky charms to ward off the evil spirits and bring luck, prosperity and protection. With its talisman colors combined with Folk Art creativity, this Berber Moroccan rug is a perfect representation of Primitive tribal design and cultural influence. Measures: 05'03" x 07'08".
  • Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Carpet - 3'7" X 6'
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    Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Carpet - 3'7" X 6'
    The beautiful Vintage Boucherouite Carpet is a Moroccan rag rug crafted by tribal Berber women with vintage fabric. A statement piece for any room - this colorful woven wonder is one-of-a-kind.
  • Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Carpet - 3' X 5'4"
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    Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Carpet - 3' X 5'4"
    The beautiful Vintage Boucherouite Carpet is a Moroccan rag rug crafted by tribal Berber women with vintage fabric. A statement piece for any room - this colorful woven wonder is one-of-a-kind.
  • Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
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    Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
    Rug features tribal-inspired motifs arranged amid a diamond pattern. Hand knotted of wool with viscose highlights. Size is approximate. Imported.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Red Moroccan Tribal Kilim Rug - 2'7" X 4'
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    Red Moroccan Tribal Kilim Rug - 2'7" X 4'
    Vintage 3 x 4 Red Moroccan Tribal Kilim Flat Weave Rug. This is a very nice, vintage North African Kilim flat weave rug, probably Moroccan. The rug measures 48" long and 31 1/2" wide and is in good condition with no tears, holes or stains. The back of the rug is hand tied and is typical of rugs from the area. Great piece to use on the floor or as wall decor. I purchased this lovely rug from a couple on the west coast of Florida that were having a garage sale. They had a few interesting things but this rug really caught my eye. They were collectors of native American decor as well as rugs and this was the only one they were willing to part with. I believe they said they had purchased it an a little rural antique shop up north. 4-5 pounds
  • Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Rug - 6′8″ × 8′5″
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    Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Rug - 6′8″ × 8′5″
    Mid-Century Modern Nomads: Beloved by modern nomads with a mid-century modern or minimalist sensibility, or possibly just a preference for the serenity of neutral palettes, Beni Ourain handmade rugs originally became popular in the earlier part of the 20th century with architects like Le Corbusier, Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, who used their softness to counterbalance the sleekness of their own aesthetique. Today these hand woven pile rugs are a classic focal point coveted by design enthusiasts worldwide. Souk Find Details: Natural wool Black abstract geometric design Size 8 ft 5 inches x 6 ft 8 inches (101 inches x 80 inches) Weaving Traditions: While rug weaving itself dates back to the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) up to 2.5 million years ago, the weaving traditions of the indigenous inhabitants of modern day Morocco date back to the 7th century, the earliest known date of settlement in the region. Hand woven rugs were created primarily for practical use - warmth and protection - and their style was a direct reflection of the local climate. Flat weave styles are found in warmer regions, while heavier pile rugs are typically made by tribes who inhabit colder Atlas Mountain locations, as with Beni Ourain and Azilal tribes. Beni Ourain weavers originate from a group of 15 to 17 tribes who primarily live in the Middle Atlas Mountains south of Fez. They make their living as sheep and goat herders who have ongoing access to the live wool - wool which is taken when a sheep is sheared versus from a sheepskin - used to create the much loved rugs. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters.
  • Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
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    Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
    Rug features tribal-inspired motifs arranged amid a diamond pattern. Hand knotted of wool with viscose highlights. Size is approximate. Imported.
  • Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug 66 X 53 Inches
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    Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug 66 X 53 Inches
    Mid-Century Modern Nomads: Beloved by modern nomads with a mid-century modern or minimalist sensibility, or possibly just a preference for the serenity of neutral palettes, Beni Ourain handmade rugs originally became popular in the earlier part of the 20th century with architects like Le Corbusier, Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, who used their softness to counterbalance the sleekness of their own aesthetique. Today these hand woven pile rugs are a classic focal point coveted by design enthusiasts worldwide. Souk Find Details: Natural wool Black abstract geometric design Size 5 ft 6 inches x 4 ft 5 inches (66 inches x 53 inches) Weaving Traditions: While rug weaving itself dates back to the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) up to 2.5 million years ago, the weaving traditions of the indigenous inhabitants of modern day Morocco date back to the 7th century, the earliest known date of settlement in the region. Hand woven rugs were created primarily for practical use - warmth and protection - and their style was a direct reflection of the local climate. Flat weave styles are found in warmer regions, while heavier pile rugs are typically made by tribes who inhabit colder Atlas Mountain locations, as with Beni Ourain and Azilal tribes. Beni Ourain weavers originate from a group of 15 to 17 tribes who primarily live in the Middle Atlas Mountains south of Fez. They make their living as sheep and goat herders who have ongoing access to the live wool - wool which is taken when a sheep is sheared versus from a sheepskin - used to create the much loved rugs. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters.
  • Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug 55 X 43 Inches
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    Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug 55 X 43 Inches
    Mid-Century Modern Nomads: Beloved by modern nomads with a mid-century modern or minimalist sensibility, or possibly just a preference for the serenity of neutral palettes, Beni Ourain handmade rugs originally became popular in the earlier part of the 20th century with architects like Le Corbusier, Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, who used their softness to counterbalance the sleekness of their own aesthetique. Today these hand woven pile rugs are a classic focal point coveted by design enthusiasts worldwide. Souk Find Details: Natural wool Black abstract geometric design Size 4 ft 7 inches x 3 ft 7 inches (55 inches x 43 inches) Weaving Traditions: While rug weaving itself dates back to the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) up to 2.5 million years ago, the weaving traditions of the indigenous inhabitants of modern day Morocco date back to the 7th century, the earliest known date of settlement in the region. Hand woven rugs were created primarily for practical use - warmth and protection - and their style was a direct reflection of the local climate. Flat weave styles are found in warmer regions, while heavier pile rugs are typically made by tribes who inhabit colder Atlas Mountain locations, as with Beni Ourain and Azilal tribes. Beni Ourain weavers originate from a group of 15 to 17 tribes who primarily live in the Middle Atlas Mountains south of Fez. They make their living as sheep and goat herders who have ongoing access to the live wool - wool which is taken when a sheep is sheared versus from a sheepskin - used to create the much loved rugs. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters.
  • Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug - 3′11″ × 4′8″
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    Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Area Rug - 3′11″ × 4′8″
    Beloved by modern nomads with a mid-century modern or minimalist sensibility, or possibly just a preference for the serenity of neutral palettes, Beni Ourain handmade rugs originally became popular in the earlier part of the 20th century with architects like Le Corbusier, Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, who used their softness to counterbalance the sleekness of their own aesthetique. Today these hand woven pile rugs are a classic focal point coveted by design enthusiasts worldwide. Souk Find Details: Natural wool Brown abstract geometric design Size 4 ft 8 inches x 3 ft 11 inches (56 inches x 47 inches) Weaving Traditions: While rug weaving itself dates back to the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) up to 2.5 million years ago, the weaving traditions of the indigenous inhabitants of modern day Morocco date back to the 7th century, the earliest known date of settlement in the region. Hand woven rugs were created primarily for practical use - warmth and protection - and their style was a direct reflection of the local climate. Flat weave styles are found in warmer regions, while heavier pile rugs are typically made by tribes who inhabit colder Atlas Mountain locations, as with Beni Ourain and Azilal tribes. Beni Ourain weavers originate from a group of 15 to 17 tribes who primarily live in the Middle Atlas Mountains south of Fez. They make their living as sheep and goat herders who have ongoing access to the live wool - wool which is taken when a sheep is sheared versus from a sheepskin - used to create the much loved rugs. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters.
  • Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Dusty Cedar Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Dusty Cedar Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Etho by Nikki Chu Rhea rug recalls classic Moroccan styles with a decidedly mod twist. This patterned layer boasts criss-crossed patterning, forming diamonds and x's in a tribal-inspired scheme. The dual-hued design maintains versatility, while the blend of wool and art silk provides softness and subtle luster. Available in Demitasse, Dusty Cedar, and Major Brown. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 70% wool/30% viscose. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Rug - 6′7″ × 9′11″
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    Beni Ourain Luxury Pile Rug - 6′7″ × 9′11″
    Mid-Century Modern Nomads: Beloved by modern nomads with a mid-century modern or minimalist sensibility, or possibly just a preference for the serenity of neutral palettes, Beni Ourain handmade rugs originally became popular in the earlier part of the 20th century with architects like Le Corbusier, Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, who used their softness to counterbalance the sleekness of their own aesthetique. Today these hand woven pile rugs are a classic focal point coveted by design enthusiasts worldwide. Souk Find Details: Natural wool Black abstract geometric design Size 8 ft 5 inches x 6 ft 8 inches (101 inches x 80 inches) Weaving Traditions: While rug weaving itself dates back to the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) up to 2.5 million years ago, the weaving traditions of the indigenous inhabitants of modern day Morocco date back to the 7th century, the earliest known date of settlement in the region. Hand woven rugs were created primarily for practical use - warmth and protection - and their style was a direct reflection of the local climate. Flat weave styles are found in warmer regions, while heavier pile rugs are typically made by tribes who inhabit colder Atlas Mountain locations, as with Beni Ourain and Azilal tribes. Beni Ourain weavers originate from a group of 15 to 17 tribes who primarily live in the Middle Atlas Mountains south of Fez. They make their living as sheep and goat herders who have ongoing access to the live wool - wool which is taken when a sheep is sheared versus from a sheepskin - used to create the much loved rugs. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters. less
  • Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
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    Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
    Rug features tribal-inspired motifs arranged amid a diamond pattern. Hand knotted of wool with viscose highlights. Size is approximate. Imported.
  • Vintage Boucherouite Carpet - 3'5" X 6'8"
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    Vintage Boucherouite Carpet - 3'5" X 6'8"
    The beautiful Vintage Boucherouite Carpet is a Moroccan rag rug crafted by tribal Berber women with vintage fabric. A statement piece for any room - this colorful woven wonder is one-of-a-kind.
  • Williams-Sonoma Mountain Fog Hand Knotted Rug
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    Williams-Sonoma Mountain Fog Hand Knotted Rug
    Fine freehand lines trace loose diamonds across our rug - an organic, asymmetrical design drawn from the tribal carpets of Morocco. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool in a soft gray-and-ivory palette, it's a serene accent that lends subtle pattern to a room. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool for softness and enduring color. Sheared to a dense, medium pile. Finished with fringe on two ends. We recommend our Heavyweight Rug Pad with this style; our latex-backed pad (sold separately) can be trimmed to fit exact rug dimensions. Due to the handmade nature of our rugs, all sizes are approximate. Made in India.
  • Fes Area Rug
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    Fes Area Rug
    The Fes Area Rug from the Moroccan Collection is inspired by designs that are reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. This machine-woven shag rug features a high pile of dense textured yarns for comfort and durability. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Available in a variety of colors inspired by nature.
  • Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2'-5" x 3'-7"
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    Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2'-5" x 3'-7"
    This colorful and festive-looking rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. It's made of wool and well constructed. It's actual age is unknown. The rug's colors include: orange, black, white, gold and burgundy.
  • Barbary Area Rug
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    Barbary Area Rug
    The Barbary Area Rug features a design that is reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. From the Moroccan Collection, this machine-woven shag rug features a high pile of dense textured yarns for comfort and durability. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Offers comfort and style.
  • Blue Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug 3' 1"x 6' 3"
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    Blue Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug 3' 1"x 6' 3"
    This colorful and intricately designed Kilim rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. It's made of wool and its actual age is unknown. The rug is well constructed and in excellent condition. The colors include: a purplish-blue, burgundy, red, yellow and white.
  • Casablanca Shag Area Rug
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    Casablanca Shag Area Rug
    From the Moroccan Collection, the Casablanca Area Rug features a design that is reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. The soft shag pile is comfortable underfoot and is available in colors inspired by nature. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Offers comfort and style.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Tangier Shag Area Rug
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    Tangier Shag Area Rug
    Featuring a high pile of dense textured yarns, the Tangier Area Rug from the Moroccan Collection offers a design that is reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. The soft shag pile is comfortable underfoot and is available in colors inspired by nature. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Offers comfort and style.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Blanket Rug - 8'7" x 5'6"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Blanket Rug - 8'7" x 5'6"
    8'7" X 5'6" moroccan wedding blanket. Hand spun wool. Embroidered bands represent tribal symbols. Decorated with metallic sequins. Circa 1950s. One of a kind.
  • Tribal Moroccan Wedding Rug - 5'7" X 8'2"
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    Tribal Moroccan Wedding Rug - 5'7" X 8'2"
    Vintage Bohemian style rug, hand woven by women for their wedding day. The design on this carpet is white and red geometrical motifs with orange accents and adorned with some sequins (could be easily removed if needed). Could work with any interior modern or traditional. We love the uniqueness and details of this rug. It feels like a celebration. 98" long x 67" wide
  • Dash & Albert Taza Hand Knotted Jute Rug
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    Dash & Albert Taza Hand Knotted Jute Rug
    The Dash & Albert hand-knotted Taza jute rug exemplifies Moroccan-inspired modernity. Showcasing a stylized tribal pattern, this black and beige floor covering boasts indulgent depth and dimension. 80% jute/10% cotton/10% polyester. Due to the handmade quality, size and/or color may vary slightly. Available in various sizes. Professional cleaning only. 2'W x 3'L. 2.5'W x 8'L. 3'W x 5'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L.
  • Tangier Shag Area Rug
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    Tangier Shag Area Rug
    Featuring a high pile of dense textured yarns, the Tangier Area Rug from the Moroccan Collection offers a design that is reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. The soft shag pile is comfortable underfoot and is available in colors inspired by nature. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Offers comfort and style.
  • Casablanca Rug in White & Grey design by Safavieh
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    Casablanca Rug in White & Grey design by Safavieh
    Safavieh��s Casablanca Collection embodies the ancient character of Moroccan tribal motifs in simple, yet decorative shags. Interlaced diamond motifs, colored in a cool icy blue, stretch across an ivory pile to recreate the subtle elegance of Beni Ourain
  • Vintage Moroccan Red Kilim Rug - 5'8" X 8'6
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    Vintage Moroccan Red Kilim Rug - 5'8" X 8'6
    Characterized by its fun pattern and bold colors, this hand woven wool Kilim rug communicates a modern quality, while being true to its tribal roots of Morocco. A fearless color combination of brown, red and hues of green give this rug its edge. Measures: 5'8 x 8'6.
  • 7'9 X 11'3 Turkish Kilim Rug Collage Midcentury Weavings Nomadic Tribal Moroccan Style Kilim Rug
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    7'9 X 11'3 Turkish Kilim Rug Collage Midcentury Weavings Nomadic Tribal Moroccan Style Kilim Rug
    This is a rug collage made with: antique oushak rugs. All oushak rugs used in these collages are taken from pre 1940s weavings woven in anatolia, turkey. We use wadding to strengthen the rugs so it is convenient for everyday use with heavy circulation/walk traffic. The backing is our original 100 cotton fabric which is stitched to the wadding in 60 different spots to have extra durability and equal weight distribution, so the patchwork lays perfectly flat. Size: 7'9' x 11'3' (235 cm x 344 cm) stock code: 15edhp3948
  • Vintage Moroccan Azilal Rug - 4'9" x 8'2"
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    Vintage Moroccan Azilal Rug - 4'9" x 8'2"
    This fabulous Mid-Century era Moroccan Azilal rug features neutral tones. The tribal brown design will bring the perfect boho statement to your home.
  • Jaipur Nostalgia Tangier Ashley Blue Hand Knotted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Nostalgia Tangier Ashley Blue Hand Knotted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's nomadic Nostalgia collection presents impressive interpretations of classic tribal motifs. The Tangier rug offers an update on the Moroccan berber design, with wavering lines and diamond design. The hand-spun wool construction offers unparalleled underfoot softness. Available in White Asparagus and Ashley Blue. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Casablanca Rug in White & Brown design by Safavieh
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    Casablanca Rug in White & Brown design by Safavieh
    Safavieh��s Casablanca Collection embodies the ancient character of Moroccan tribal motifs in simple, yet decorative shags. Interlaced diamond motifs, colored in a cool icy blue, stretch across an ivory pile to recreate the subtle elegance of Beni Ourain
  • Jaipur Riad Gem Blue Ashes Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Riad Gem Blue Ashes Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Riad collection calls on classic Moroccan berbers for stylish inspiration. The Gem rug presents a timeless lattice pattern, wavering slightly with an authentic tribal air. The plush construction impresses in wool. Available in Charcoal Gray and Blue Ashes. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 4'W x 6'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L. 9'6"W x 13'6"L.
  • Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2' 7" x 4' 10"
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    Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2' 7" x 4' 10"
    This colorful and intricately designed wool Kilim rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. Although it's actual age is unknown, the rug is very well constructed; however when washed, some of the red dye bled into the white areas and created a pinkish-white tone. The rugs other color include a deep red, green, blue, orange, yellow, pink, black and white.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 11'6" x 6'2"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 11'6" x 6'2"
    11'6" X 6'2" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Williams-Sonoma Mountain Fog Hank Kotted Rug
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    Williams-Sonoma Mountain Fog Hank Kotted Rug
    Fine freehand lines trace loose diamonds across our rug - an organic, asymmetrical design drawn from the tribal carpets of Morocco. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool in a soft toffee-and-ivory palette, it's a serene accent that lends subtle pattern to a room. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool for softness and enduring color. Sheared to a dense, medium pile. Finished with fringe on two ends. We recommend our Heavyweight Rug Pad with this style; our latex-backed pad (sold separately) can be trimmed to fit exact rug dimensions. Due to the handmade nature of our rugs, all sizes are approximate. Made in India.
  • Jaipur Nikki Chu Etho Rhea Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Nikki Chu Etho Rhea Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Nikki Chu's Jaipur Etho Rhea rug presents a dose of Moroccan style to sophisticated spaces. This eclectic layer boasts a hand-tufted construction in sumptuously soft wool. The tribal-inspired pattern feels both modern and vintage, an ideal addition to boho living rooms and contemporary suites. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L. Available in Demitasse and Major Brown. 70% wool/30% viscose. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Blue Rug, 6'8" X 11'2"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Blue Rug, 6'8" X 11'2"
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Moroccan rug featuring a diamond shaped center medallion and Berber Tribe protection symbols on a cobalt blue field. Giving a youthful and whimsical feel with its tribal motifs, Moroccan rugs can add much-needed color, warmth and texture to nearly any interior. Moroccan carpet weavers, mostly women, incorporate design elements from their personal experience into the rugs designs. The symbols are usually references to events and aspects of their daily life such as beliefs, birth, fertility, nature, femininity, life and spirituality. Some believed that the rugs could even ward off evil spirits so naturally, they incorporated designs such as diamonds and lucky charms to ward off the evil spirits and bring luck, prosperity and protection. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug's motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. In Berber culture, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9'9" x 5'9"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9'9" x 5'9"
    9'9" X 5'9" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Green design by Safavieh
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    Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Green design by Safavieh
    Simple geometric patterns reminiscent of Moroccan tribal motifs distinguish this Casablanca shag by Safavieh. Beautifully styled na�ve diamond designs, sketched in a supple shade of earthy green and detailed with painterly, suggested fringe, stretch acros
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′5″ × 9′
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′5″ × 9′
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an ornate pattern of Berber diamonds and tribal symbols in a vibrant color palette of red, green, yellow, and black. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. Colors vary from hues of blue, red, orange, yellow and green. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. Measures: 5'5 x 9'.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Demitasse Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Demitasse Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Etho by Nikki Chu Rhea rug recalls classic Moroccan styles with a decidedly mod twist. This patterned layer boasts criss-crossed patterning, forming diamonds and x's in a tribal-inspired scheme. The dual-hued design maintains versatility, while the blend of wool and art silk provides softness and subtle luster. Available in Demitasse, Dusty Cedar, and Major Brown. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 70% wool/30% viscose. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′1″ × 8′1″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′1″ × 8′1″
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an abstract pattern and Berber Tribe designs in an assortment of vibrant colors. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. Colors vary from hues of blue, red, orange, yellow and green. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. Measures: 5'1 x 8'1.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 12'2" x 5'10"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 12'2" x 5'10"
    12'2" X 5'10" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Nico Home Cimi CIM05 Bone 5' x 7' Area Rug
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    Nico Home Cimi CIM05 Bone 5' x 7' Area Rug
    Inspired by Bedouin textiles, this stylish Cimi CIM05 area rug from Nico Home represents a rich contemporary update on centuries old ancestral Moroccan designs. Vibrant contrasting tribal motifs come alive on the welcoming bone-tone ground of the piece giving it a delightful appearance.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 4′7″ × 8′6″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 4′7″ × 8′6″
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an asymmetrical pattern of Berber Tribe symbols and geometric shapes in an assortment of vibrant colors. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. Colors vary from hues of blue, red, orange, yellow and green. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. Abrash, age wear. Measures: 4'7 x 8'6.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′ × 7′10″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 5′ × 7′10″
    Vintage hand-knotted wool Moroccan pile rug made by the Berber Tribes in the High Atlas Mountains. Features a gray trellis pattern on a red abrashed field. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. Colors vary from hues of blue, red, orange, yellow and green. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. Measures: 5' x 7'10.
  • Jaipur Bristol By Rug Republic Beldi Hand-Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Bristol By Rug Republic Beldi Hand-Tufted Wool Rug
    The Beldi design from Jaipur's Bristol by Rug Republic collection offers eclectic elegance to intriguing interiors. A blend of neutral tones creates a sense of serenity, while tribal-inspired patterns evoke Moroccan vibes. The plush, hand-tufted texture provides an irresistible touch. Sandpearl & Plaza Taupe. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Blue design by Safavieh
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    Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Blue design by Safavieh
    Safavieh��s Casablanca Collection embodies the ancient character of Moroccan tribal motifs in simple, yet decorative shags. Interlaced diamond motifs, colored in a cool icy blue, stretch across an ivory pile to recreate the subtle elegance of Beni Ourain
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Mid-Century Modern Moroccan Area Rug - 10'3 X 15'3
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    Mid-Century Modern Moroccan Area Rug - 10'3 X 15'3
    This Mid-Century Modern Moroccan area rug features a primitive tribal design allowing the viewer to connect the feel of nomadic tribe history with today's modern interiors. With its boho chic style and impeccable woven from 100% sheep's hand spun wool, this thick and plush piled rug offers coziness, warmth and texture. The vanilla-ivory colored field contrasts beautifully with the brown lines creating abstract tribal art to perfectly tie together eclectic interiors and boho chic style. Add exotic charm with this beautiful oversize Moroccan rug. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Measures: 10'3 x 15'3.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 8'3" x 6'9"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 8'3" x 6'9"
    8'3" X 6'9" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Major Brown Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Etho By Nikki Chu Rhea Major Brown Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Etho by Nikki Chu Rhea rug recalls classic Moroccan styles with a decidedly mod twist. This patterned layer boasts criss-crossed patterning, forming diamonds and x's in a tribal-inspired scheme. The dual-hued design maintains versatility, while the blend of wool and art silk provides softness and subtle luster. Available in Demitasse, Dusty Cedar, and Major Brown. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 70% wool/30% viscose. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
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    Hand-Woven Moroccan Rug Inspired Moroccan Wedding Blanket
    Morocco's history, and the story of moroccan weaving begins with the berbers, the indigenous people of north africa who had inhabited morocco for centuries before the first arab invasion in the seventh century. Today, the major weaving groups of the middle atlas and high atlas mountains are berber tribes, many of whom still live much as they did centuries earlier. While remarkably diverse, moroccan flatwoven and knotted pile rugs are almost without exception bold in color and lively in pattern. Designs are made up of geometric motifs arranged in seemingly endless variations. Each tribe has its own distinct repertoire of designs and colors significant to the ceremonial and day to day life of the group. These same patterns can be seen in the art forms relating to other areas of tribal life such as in ceramics, architectural decoration, and tattoos worn by berber women. Although a weaver draws from the vocabulary of designs particular to her tribe, she works at her loom without a diagram or pattern to guide her. As a result, each rug is a unique creation, a celebration both of her tribal identity and her own artistic imagination. Moroccan rugs and 20th century design the colors of north africa have been celebrated for centuries by well known fine artists from the west delacroix, matisse, klee come immediately to mind. Somewhat less widely known but no less significant is the historic connection between moroccan art, and rugs in particular, and 20th century western design. From europe and the bauhaus to 1960's and 70s american designers like billy baldwin, the simple geometric patterns of moroccan carpets have long been used to enhance sophisticated modern furnishings and interiors. Pile carpets from the middle atlas mountains of morocco can be found in well known historic houses such as frank lloyd wright's fallingwater and charles and ray eames pacific palisades house in california. The late nineteen nineties have brought about a renewed appreciation for mid-century modernism as well as elements of sixties and seventies style and color. The brightness and warmth of oranges and saffron yellows in morocco's high atlas rugs or the neutral beige ground beni ouarain rugs, their thick pile sometimes reminiscent of sixties shag, are still accessible and are being utilized anew in contemporary interiors.
  • Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Gold design by Safavieh
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    Casablanca Rug in Ivory & Gold design by Safavieh
    Safavieh��s Casablanca Collection embodies the ancient character of Moroccan tribal motifs in simple, yet decorative shags. Interlaced diamond motifs, colored in a cool icy blue, stretch across an ivory pile to recreate the subtle elegance of Beni Ourain
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9' x 5'5"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9' x 5'5"
    9' X 5'5" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Plantation Rug Company Benni 01 Rug
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    Plantation Rug Company Benni 01 Rug
    100% wool cream and dark brown rug collection with diamond pattern.. Refresh your interior in true designer style with the Plantation Rug Company Benni 01 rug.. Inspired by the nomadic tribe from Morocco, Benni is a fusion of heritage tribal style and chic, contemporary appeal.. Perfect for adding comfort under foot and warming wooden flooring, it features a decadent deep rug pile and dark brown diamond pattern.. Rectangular in shape it is woven in 100% wool by skilled rug artisans to blend contemporary style with African heritage.. Originally founded in the UK, Plantation have been creating luxury rugs from the finest materials since the 1930s.. Identified by their vibrant colours and curious rug piles, their gorgeous collections are created to withhold wear and tear - guaranteed to stand the test of time.
  • Jaipur Zuri Zamunda Sandstorm & Paloma Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Zuri Zamunda Sandstorm & Paloma Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Zuri Zamunda rug ushers Old World Moroccan style into modern spaces. The beige and brown colorway highlights traditional tribal patterning, a mix of zigzagged lines and diamond accents. The plush wool pile intrigues underfoot, while a hand-knotted construction provides enduring quality. Sandstorm & Paloma. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9'1" x 5'8"
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    Jayson Home Vintage Marmoucha Rug - 9'1" x 5'8"
    9'1" X 5'8" wool. Hand knotted in morocco. Diamond pattern typical of marmouchan tribal rugs. High pile.
  • Jaipur Riad Gem Charcoal Gray Hand Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Riad Gem Charcoal Gray Hand Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Riad collection calls on classic Moroccan berbers for stylish inspiration. The Gem rug presents a timeless lattice pattern, wavering slightly with an authentic tribal air. The plush construction impresses in wool. Available in Charcoal Gray and Blue Ashes. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 4'W x 6'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L. 9'6"W x 13'6"L.
  • Moroccan Hanbel Kilim Wool Rug
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    Moroccan Hanbel Kilim Wool Rug
    Bring storied Moroccan bohemian chic style to your favorite wall or floor space with this hand knotted Hanbel vintage flatweave rug in a multi-color palette with a reversible design. Given the handmade quality, each piece is unique. Tribe Storytelling: Each hand knotted symbol has a meaning. Most often, rugs are handmade by women during inclement seasons when they are not able to go about freely. This is particularly true for tribes located in the Atlas mountains during winter months. Each spring when movement is again possible, tribes exchanged goods including rugs, through which the women were able to communicate with the other tribeswomen, telling them all the latest news and updates, such as marriages, births and deaths, among other happenings. These rugs not only functioned as a method of keeping tribal traditions alive, but also as diaries, journals and newsletters.
  • Red Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug 3' 2" x 5' 3"
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    Red Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug 3' 2" x 5' 3"
    This colorful and festive-looking Kilim rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. It's made of heavy wool and its actual age is unknown. This Kilim's thickness is greater compared to most other Kilim design. The rug is very well constructed and in excellent condition. The vibrant colors include: a deep red, orange, sunflower-yellow, teal, bright blue, black and white.
  • Jaipur Nostalgia Tangier Hand Knotted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Nostalgia Tangier Hand Knotted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's nomadic Nostalgia collection presents impressive interpretations of classic tribal motifs. The Tangier rug offers an update on the Moroccan berber design, with wavering lines and diamond design. The hand-spun wool construction offers unparalleled underfoot softness. Available in White Asparagus and Ashley Blue. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L. 9'6"W x 13'6"L.
  • williams-sonoma Mountain Fog Hand Knotted Rug
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    williams-sonoma Mountain Fog Hand Knotted Rug
    Fine freehand lines trace loose diamonds across our rug - an organic, asymmetrical design drawn from the tribal carpets of Morocco. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool in a soft gray-and-ivory palette, it's a serene accent that lends subtle pattern to a room. Hand knotted from yarn-dyed wool for softness and enduring color. Sheared to a dense, medium pile. Finished with fringe on two ends. We recommend our Heavyweight Rug Pad with this style; our latex-backed pad (sold separately) can be trimmed to fit exact rug dimensions. Due to the handmade nature of our rugs, all sizes are approximate. Made in India.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4′3″ × 5′10″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4′3″ × 5′10″
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an ornate pattern of Berber diamonds and tribal symbols in a palette of red, green, and black on a cream field. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 4'3 x 5'10.
  • Jaipur Luxor By Nikki Chu Lapins Silver Mink & Lily White Rug
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    Jaipur Luxor By Nikki Chu Lapins Silver Mink & Lily White Rug
    Drawing on tribal inspiration and Moroccan traditions, the Jaipur Lapins rug from the Luxor by Nikki Chu collection offers eclectic elegance to modern spaces. A textural triumph blending jute and wool, this brown and white layer boasts diamond and cross patterning with intricate detail. Silver Mink & Lily White. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 60% jute/40% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
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    Safavieh Moroccan Sand Rug
    Rug features tribal-inspired motifs arranged amid a diamond pattern. Hand knotted of wool with viscose highlights. Size is approximate. Imported.
  • Modern Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 4′ × 8′2″
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    Modern Berber Moroccan Tribal Rug - 4′ × 8′2″
    Vintage Moroccan rug from the central High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Hand-knotted by the Berber Tribe women of the Azilal Province, this wool rug features colorful tribal designs rendered in blue, green and beige on a red field. This vibrant colorful piece was handmade using the weaver’s imagination and it truly expresses the archaic spirit of tribal art found in Morocco. While the rug designs may seem whimsical and random – they are very significant to the rug weaver’s life. The Berber women incorporate design elements from their personal experience into the rugs designs. The symbols are usually references to events and aspects of their daily life such as beliefs, birth, fertility, nature, femininity, life and spirituality. These handmade Moroccan rugs are believed to protect the human spirit from negative energy and shield the human body from the elements. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace.
  • Jaipur Riad Sagar Charcoal Gray & Egret Hand-Tufted Wool Rug
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    Jaipur Riad Sagar Charcoal Gray & Egret Hand-Tufted Wool Rug
    Jaipur's Riad Sagar rug draws on Moroccan tribal motifs for stunning inspiration. Zigzagging diamond patterns and dotted accents adorn this layer, both earthy and eclectic in shades of beige and gray. The soft wool provides an irresistible feel. Charcoal Gray & Egret. Colors noted are Pantone TPX. 100% wool. Vacuum regularly; professional cleaning recommended. 2'W x 3'L. 4'W x 6'L. 5'W x 8'L. 8'W x 10'L. 9'W x 12'L.
  • Plantation Rug Company Benni 02 Rug
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    Plantation Rug Company Benni 02 Rug
    Cream and dark brown wool rug with diamond tribal design.. Taking its name from a nomadic tribe from Morocco, Benni 02 fuses a traditional, ethnic diamond design with chic contemporary style.. Characterised by it decadent deep rug pile, it is the perfect remedy to warm your wooden flooring in your lounge, hallway or bedroom.. Woven from 100% wool by skilled rug artisans it blends contemporary charm with African heritage.. Originally founded in the UK, Plantation have been creating luxury rugs from the finest materials since the 1930s.. Their gorgeous collections and curious rug piles are celebrated worldwide making Plantation an industry leader of luxury hand woven rugs.. Made to last, Benni is a luxury addition that your friends and family will enjoy for generations to come.
  • Vintage Moroccan Kilim Rug - 5′6″ × 9′3″
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    Vintage Moroccan Kilim Rug - 5′6″ × 9′3″
    Add a touch of nomadic style to your home with this beautiful, wool, kilim rug. The black and red stripes with intricate woven details and fringe at one end epitomizes tribal design and style. This vintage kilim is beautifully handmade in Morocco and one of a kind. Details: Red, black + multi 100% wool Handmade in Morocco Vintage + one of a kind Artisan + Story: Moroccan kilims or flatweave rugs are typically found in warmer regions where thick pile rugs aren’t necessary. Detailed geometric patterns in bright colors are comprised of ancient Berber symbols that tell a story of the weaver and her culture through design. Traditionally woven by women, these textiles are multi-use as carpets, blankets or wall-hangings.
  • Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug - 4′5″ × 8′8″
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    Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug - 4′5″ × 8′8″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug from Esmaili Rugs Collection. This is a wonderful example of Moroccan Berber weaving from the High Atlas Mountains region of Morocco. This Moroccan rug features contemporary abstract geometrical designs with shades of yellow, orange, blue and turquoise hand knotted in a modest tribal pattern on a red field with a beautifully contrasting ivory border. The stacked prominent tribal diamond motifs that run down the center of the rug were designed to capture evil spirits. Secondary protection symbols, including geometric signs and the mythical Tree of Life, continue the energetic color scheme. This cultural Moroccan rug features a striking display of small and large-scale tribal symbols rendered in a chic combination of modernized colors. Great to use as a piece of art on the wall or as a rug.
  • Vintage Moroccan Rug - 4′3″ × 5′5″
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    Vintage Moroccan Rug - 4′3″ × 5′5″
    Simply ravishing! With its Bohemian style, decorative motifs, and colorful accents, this hand-knotted wool vintage Moroccan rug is believed to protect the human spirit from negative energy and shield the human body from the elements. This Berber Moroccan rug has an eccentric design with vibrant colors of blue and yellow on an ivory beige field. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. While the patterns may seem whimsical and random – they are very significant to the rug weaver’s life. The Berber women incorporate design elements from their personal experience into the rugs designs. The symbols are usually references to events and aspects of their daily life such as beliefs, birth, fertility, nature, femininity, life and spirituality. Part of the appeal to the savvy home owners and interior designers is the Primitive charm in these Moroccan pieces. The Minimalist and abstract forms seen in these rural runners represent the contemporary yet authentic creative and archaic spirit of tribal art. Our vintage Moroccan rugs are very popular for their decorative flexibility as compared to other styles of rugs. It's the perfect piece to warm your modern decor, roll it out and watch the compliments commence. Measures: 04'03" x 05'05".
  • Loloi Sahara Sand Hand Knotted Rug
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    Loloi Sahara Sand Hand Knotted Rug
    Loloi's Sahara collection ushers Moroccan-inspired rugs into contemporary spaces. The Sand style infuses interiors with desert hues, a blend of beige and brown in stunning geometric fashion. The tribal design sets the tone, while a wool and jute construction presents impressive softness. Jute, wool. Made in India. Clean spills, including water, immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth. Avoid exposure to all liquids. Professional cleaning recommended. Rug pad recommended for use on hard floor. Expect shedding. For vacuuming, use a vacuum cleaner without beater bar or one where you can set the bar to the highest pile setting. If your vacuum has variable power settings, set on low. Vacuum full length of the rug, turn and repeat to the next area, rather than back and forth motion. 2'W x 3'L. 4'W x 6'L. 5'6"W x 8'6"L. 7'9"W x 9'9"L. 8'6"W x 11'6"L. 9'6"W x 13'6"L.
  • Vintage Moroccan Wall Hanging Rug - 3'6" X 6'1"
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    Vintage Moroccan Wall Hanging Rug - 3'6" X 6'1"
    Moroccan wall hanging or rug with hand-knotted fringes. Tribal design in shades of yellow, orange, brown and black. Size: 73 long x 42 width. 1950's
  • Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 3' 3" x 5' 5"
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    Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 3' 3" x 5' 5"
    This colorful and intricately designed wool Kilim rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. Although it's actual age is unknown, the rug is very well constructed and in excellent condition. The colors are a deep red, orange, purple, mint green, black and white.
  • Moroccan Berber Tribal Abstract Rug - 3'10" X 5'
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    Moroccan Berber Tribal Abstract Rug - 3'10" X 5'
    Moroccan Berber tribal African abstract rug. Composed of wool in reds, blues, oranges, whites, and blacks. Bold graphic statement for any rustic modern interior. Great condition with some dye bleeding in areas. Measures 3'10" x5'.
  • Vintage Berber Tribal Moroccan Rug - 3'5" x 5'6"
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    Vintage Berber Tribal Moroccan Rug - 3'5" x 5'6"
    Bursting with sunshine and colors of summer, this vintage Moroccan rug is illuminating and uplifting offering happiness, cheerfulness, and fun. The color yellow inspires inquisitiveness and original thought much like the Berber people. Predominantly yellow with sprinkled confetti colors in hues of orange, ivory, green, brown and blue, this vintage rug represents enthusiasm for life and optimism. The double stacked lozenge pattern stands out beautifully as it is outlined in orange, slate blue and ivory. Giving a youthful and whimsical feel with its braided fringes and colorful palette, this Moroccan rug will add much-needed color and focus to a monochromatic space and it would work really well in a cool, modern interior. Not only valued for their appearance, but more so for their meaning and religious beliefs – Moroccan rugs are believed to protect the human spirit from negative energy and shield the human body from the elements. The hints of dyes that make their way into the rug’s motifs and fringes have their own tale to tell. In Berber culture, the color red symbolizes strength and protection, blue symbolizes wisdom, yellow represents eternity and green stands for peace. While the patterns may seem whimsical and random – they are very significant to the rug weaver’s life. The Berber women incorporate design elements from their personal experience into the rugs designs. The symbols are usually references to events and aspects of their daily life such as beliefs, birth, fertility, nature, femininity, life and spirituality. Measures: 3'5" x 5'6".
  • Vtg Tribal Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug -10'1" X 5'11"
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    Vtg Tribal Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug -10'1" X 5'11"
    This is a beautiful vintage Moroccan Beni Ourain rug! It is authentic, hand knotted, and made of all wool. Stunning creamy white color with a gorgeous black tribal design. Traditional fringe on one side. Excellent vintage condition! It is free of any stains, tares, or odors. Absolutely beautiful!
  • Vintage African Rug - 6′8″ × 10′10″
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    Vintage African Rug - 6′8″ × 10′10″
    A positively gorgeous African rug from the region of Morocco or Tunisia. It is an interesting and highly complex canopy of colors for your floor. Made of woven, durable full pile fibers with geometric patterns. The polychrome field has four columns of nine square panels each around a cruciform medallion within a hooked border. Excellent full pile condition. In the style of: Tribal Place of Origin: Morocco Date of Manufacture: 1960-1970 Period: 1960-1969 Materials and Techniques: Hand-Knotted wool Condition: Excellent. Wear: Wear consistent with age and tear. Measurements: 130” Length X 80” Width
  • Vintage Moroccan Kilim Carpet - 5'5" x 9'5"
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    Vintage Moroccan Kilim Carpet - 5'5" x 9'5"
    Tribal and geometric stripe cover this vintage Moroccan kilim rug. It has lovely orange, purple, grays, ivory and bronze tones. Due to the nature of construction, this rug may be used on either side. Please refer to images for light staining or discoloration. There are many years of enjoyment to come with this rug! It was recently professionally cleaned, and is ready for in-home use. The exact size measures 5'5" x 9'5".
  • Tangiers Moroccan Cactus Silk Rug - 9′ × 14′
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    Tangiers Moroccan Cactus Silk Rug - 9′ × 14′
    Vintage Moroccan tribal rug purchased in Tangiers. Flat-weave Moroccan rugs are a dime a dozen, but this one features a dramatic color scheme that is unique, yet versatile. Additionally, it is rare to find a flat-weave in this size with as much detail. Stunning combination of midnight black, aqua, and goldenrod. The construction is cool to the touch yet incredibly silky and fine.
  • Authentic Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6'6" X 5'8"
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    Authentic Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6'6" X 5'8"
    Hand picked by seller onsite in Marrakech. There is no question that this is an authentic, vintage Moroccan Beni Ourain rug handwoven in the Atlas Mountains by Berber weavers. Accented with tribal symbols in a dark grey wool. Complex abstract design and exceptional condition.
  • Fes Area Rug
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    Fes Area Rug
    The Fes Area Rug from the Moroccan Collection is inspired by designs that are reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. This machine-woven shag rug features a high pile of dense textured yarns for comfort and durability. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Available in a variety of colors inspired by nature.
  • Authentic Vintage Moroccan Azilal Rug - 7'5"x4'7"
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    Authentic Vintage Moroccan Azilal Rug - 7'5"x4'7"
    Authentic Vintage Moroccan Tribal Boucherouite Rug. This is a gorgeous bohemian style Moroccan rug! It is vintage, all hand woven and hand knotted, with wonderful bold colors in a tribal design! Very good vintage condition! It is free of any stains, holes, tares, or odors. Sure to make a wonderful accent piece!
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 8′2″ × 15′4″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 8′2″ × 15′4″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an allover checkerboard pattern creating a diamond and zigzag design. With its Primitive charm and checkered pattern, this Berber Moroccan rug synthesizes beautifully with modern architecture. Alternating blocks of color combined with the deep color palette form an all-over checkerboard pattern. Rendered in plum, eggplant, black, brown, charcoal and orange. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 8'2 x 15'4.
  • Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2' 10" x 4' 6"
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    Moroccan Berber Tribal Kilim Rug - 2' 10" x 4' 6"
    This attractive and colorful Kilim rug was handwoven by Berber Tribal people located in the Mid-Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. It's made of wool and well constructed. It's actual age is unknown. The rug's colors include: red, black, white and gold.
  • Casablanca Shag Area Rug
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    Casablanca Shag Area Rug
    From the Moroccan Collection, the Casablanca Area Rug features a design that is reminiscent of Old World Morrocan tribal craftsmanship. The soft shag pile is comfortable underfoot and is available in colors inspired by nature. Made of polypropylene. Machine-woven construction. Offers comfort and style.
  • Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6′6″ × 13′5″
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    Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 6′6″ × 13′5″
    Moroccan Beni Ourain handwoven in soft organic wool in the 1960s. Simple and elegant harlequin pattern and tribal graphics pair well with contemporary or traditional design.
  • Vintage Moroccan Rug - 5′5″ × 8′
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    Vintage Moroccan Rug - 5′5″ × 8′
    This vintage Moroccan Azilal rug displays eccentric tribal motifs representing beauty and protection; a fine example of Azilal weaving creativity and freedom at its best. The energetic field of red and brown showcases a multicolored palette of black, white, pink, and soft shades of blue and green. With its allover geometric shapes, this authentic Azilal rug from Morocco is all the inspiration you need to plan a globetrotting interior makeover or perfectly tie together an eclectic home decor.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′1″ × 8′7″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′1″ × 8′7″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an allover abstract design and a checkerboard pattern. Rendered in beige, maroon-burgundy and black. Perfect for boho chic, tribal style and contemporary abstract spaces.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'7" X 8'4"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'7" X 8'4"
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an abstract pattern of tribal motifs and ancient Berber designs in an assortment of soft pastels on an orange abrashed field. Rendered in orange, pink, lavender, gray, black, charcoal and brown. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 5'7 x 8'4.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'1" X 8'3"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'1" X 8'3"
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an abstract pattern and tribal motifs in an assortment of vibrant colors. Perfect for boho chic, tribal style and contemporary interiors. Plush pile. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Measures: 5'1" X 8'3".
  • Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 11' X 5'10''
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    Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug - 11' X 5'10''
    Vintage Beni Ourain rug handloomed in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco with soft organic wool. Features an intricate tribal motif.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug 6'5" X 13'10"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug 6'5" X 13'10"
    Full of character and impeccably woven, this hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring large scale tribal motifs on a saturated deep red field. The color palette consists of red, orange, purple, pink, apricot, black, brown and gray. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 6'5 x 13'10.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 3'1" X 4'8"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 3'1" X 4'8"
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an abstract and asymmetrical pattern of Berber designs in an assortment of vibrant colors. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Slightly uneven edges because this is handmade by the Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 3'1 x 4'8.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4'11" X 7'11"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4'11" X 7'11"
    Vintage hand-knotted Moroccan wool rug featuring an abstract and asymmetrical pattern of Berber designs in an assortment of vibrant colors. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 4'11 x 7'11.
  • Vintage Moroccan Gallery Rug Runner - 4'9" X 10'6"
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    Vintage Moroccan Gallery Rug Runner - 4'9" X 10'6"
    Super sweet pink rug featuring horizontal stripes and tribal fill designs throughout. Such nice handmade character and recently professionally cleaned ready for in-home use! Many years of enjoyment to come with this vintage Moroccan embroidered Kilim gallery rug runner woven circa 1970's.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'2" X 8'2"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'2" X 8'2"
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an abstract and asymmetrical pattern of tribal motifs and ancient Berber designs in an assortment of vibrant colors. Rendered in orange, blue, gray and ivory with a hot pink accent color. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 5'2 x 8'2.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 6' X 8'11"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 6' X 8'11"
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring two diamond medallions surrounded by tribal motifs and ancient Berber designs. Rendered in orange, yellow, saffron gold, black, charcoal, gray with a muted plum-lavender abrash accent. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 6'00 x 8'11.
  • Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'3" X 7'6"
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    Berber Moroccan Rug - 5'3" X 7'6"
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an allover pattern of colorful tribal motifs on an abrashed burgundy and brown field. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 5'3 x 7'6.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′ × 8′4″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′ × 8′4″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring a center medallion surrounded by tribal motifs. The color palette consists of saffron, red and mint green. Gorgeous abrash (color variation). Perfect for that boho chic style!
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4′4″ × 7′9″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4′4″ × 7′9″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug features teal, yellow, blue and diamond motifs scattered asymmetrically across a plush, red field. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 4' 4" x 7' 9."
  • Moroccan Cactus Silk Rug - 3′2″ × 4′8″
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    Moroccan Cactus Silk Rug - 3′2″ × 4′8″
    Cactus silk rug handwoven by the Berbers of the Atlas Mountains. Vibrant colors and intricate display of stripes with tribal graphics.
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 7′9″ × 8′8″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 7′9″ × 8′8″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an ornate center medallion in an open abrashed blue field surrounded with a embellished border. The color palette consists of blue, brown and beige. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 7' 9" x 8' 8."
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4' 11" X 7' 4"
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 4' 11" X 7' 4"
    With its primitive charm and boho chic style, this vintage Berber Moroccan rug features tribal designs in vibrant colors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Measures: 4' 11" x 7' 4".
  • Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′ × 8′1″
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    Vintage Berber Moroccan Rug - 5′ × 8′1″
    Hand-knotted wool vintage Berber Moroccan rug featuring an allover pattern of colorful tribal motifs on an abrashed red field. Perfect for Boho Chic, Tribal Style and Contemporary interiors. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Morocco. Berber Tribes of Morocco. Measures: 5'00 x 8'1.
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