What makes this multicolor rug so special is that it is truly one-of-a-kind. This multicolor rug is handmade in Morocco and is made of 100% organic wool. The colors are natural and include shades of red, orange, pink, green, blue, and white. The rug colors are made from vegetables and other organic dyes. A Moroccan rug also hand-knotted, which means that each individual knot is tied by hand. This results in a much more durable and long-lasting carpet than a machine-made rug.
This multicolor rug is not just an object of decoration, but a creation full of history, it is handwoven pile rug from a small region in the Middle Atlas. A magnificent Boujaad multicolor rug that has a beautiful warm wool with abstract patterns looking like a sublime peace of art. Bohemian, scandinavian or minimalistic style of interior, no matter, this stunning Moroccan rug will lighten up your interior. We hope you love ‘it as much as we do.
How do artisans make Berber rugs?
Rugs from Boujaad are some of the most beautiful and intricate in the world. Craftswomen use traditional methods that have been passed down for generations.
The first step in the process is to select the fiber used to make the rug. Then the wool is dyed and spun into yarn. The next step is to weave the yarn into the rug. This is done by interlacing the yarns in a specific pattern. Once the rug is woven, it is then washed and dried. After the rug is dry, it is then trimmed and finished.
This process is usually done by experienced artisans who have mastered the craft. It can take weeks or even months to complete a single rug, depending on its size and complexity. The result is a beautiful and sturdy addition to your home that will last for years.
When you purchase a Marrakech rug, you are not only getting a work of art, but you are also supporting a centuries-old tradition.
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