This pop art rug is an example of midcentury modern interior design. An influence of ancient artisan and centuries-old textiles searching for the right carpet to bring life to your space.
A pop-it rug that is fashionable and practical, with a fine wool pile and elegant colors. This beautiful and unique pop art Rug from the 1960s is oversized.
This modern pop art rug is tribally patterned. it displays a range of bold peach, blue, yellow, and orange colors, using pure sheep wool and organic dye.
Our vintage Moroccan rug is from the Boujaad tribe. They are known for their gorgeous hand-woven rugs.
Thereby it is a unique pop art rug hand knotted; while the years have passed, our rare carpet still endures and is in good condition.
This level of craftsmanship can take weeks or months to complete a single art rug. Our artisans come from a long line of rug makers that have been creating masterpieces for centuries. Weaving techniques have passed through the generations. The carpet is an artistic creation of the Berber woman. It reflects above all the phases of her life. Her sexual timeline and experience: as a virgin, a new bride, through marriage, pregnancy and delivery.
During the 12th and 13th centuries, Morocco was known not only for the beauty of its carpets but also for wall carpets, and wall hangings. So the Moroccan rugs are an art object made in families with high pastoral traditions.Often these rugs have been handed down through the families who created them and uncovered from the mountain and rural areas of Morocco.