MOROCCAN INSPIRED RUGS FOR CHARMING INTERIORS


Inspired by Berber rugs, the Mamounia Collection of Moroccan rugs is a representation of the tribal floorings of North Africa within contemporary interiors.

Every piece in this Collection is handwoven by tribal craftswomen in the Atlas mountains of Northern Morocco.

MOROCCAN INSPIRED RUGS FOR CHARMING INTERIORS

Inspired by Berber rugs, the Mamounia Collection of Moroccan rugs is a representation of the tribal floorings of North Africa within contemporary interiors.

Every piece in this Collection is handwoven by tribal craftswomen in the Atlas mountains of Northern Morocco.

With simple yet warm designs, these wool rugs add a bohemian look and a cosy feel to present-day interiors.

HISTORY OF MOROCCAN RUGS

Moroccan rugs go back to the paleolithic era. Woven by tribal people for their own use and to cater for their warmth and comfort needs due to the climatic conditions of the elevated sections of the snow-capped Atlas mountains, those rugs were high-piled, thick with simplistic designs which were passed on from weaver to weaver. They were often used as bed-mats, floor coverings and even on horse saddles.

Over the years, Moroccan rugs grew popular in the west with designers such as Le Corbusier who paired these tribal rugs with sleek furniture.

THE MAMOUNIA EXPERIENCE

Each design within the Mamounia Collection is predomninantly in neutral shades and ranges between geometric patterns to a more free-form expression accentuating the primitive aspect of these rugs which has been rather appealing to modern interior designers.

The Mamounia experience offers an alternative touch to modern interiors.

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