We’ve made it our mission to highlight the techniques, symbolism, and tradition behind the pieces we source and the artisans who make them.
Our mission is to preserve and share the tradition and symbolism—from our artisans’ hands to your home.
An artisan spends months carefully crafting a rug. We meet with the artisans behind each weave to discuss the time and labor behind the piece.
Each step of the weaving process is rich with tradition and meaning;—from harvesting and dyeing the wool, constructing the loom, to the final design of the weave.
Weaving techniques vary throughout all of Morocco. Across the different tribes, regions, and villages, many different styles can be found.
According to tradition, the storied weaving process gives the textiles magic, protective qualities.
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A collection of handmade Moroccan Rugs: one-of-a-kind, vintage and customizable options, pillows & Poufs, and Tuareg mats. All handwoven by Amazigh women, the artisans preserving thousands of years of Moroccan tradition.
A collection of handmade Moroccan rugs. One-of-a-kind, vintage and customizable options, handwoven by Amazigh women, the artisans preserving thousands of years of Moroccan tradition.
One-of-a-kind vintage pieces, passed down through generations and curated for today.
Sourced directly from Mauritania and Mali each mat is one-of-a-kind and tells a unique story from the artisan.
Each pillow and pouf is one-of-a-kind. They're all inspired by, or made from, a textile that was woven by our artisan community.
This rug will be woven by a group of artisans who reside in a village just outside of Beni M'rirt which is located within the Middle Atlas Mountains. Pictured below is Khadija, one of the senior members of the association.Made up of 100% wool, the taupe base was dyed natural using a mix of local plants while the black is undyed from black sheep. The traditional Beni M’rirt rug contains a thick knot which allows for their rugs to feel extra plush.The imperfect stripes coupled with these bold yet subdued tones are perfect for any home decor.Each rug is made entirely by hand so there will always be small variations in pattern, color and exact size (up to 10 cm / 4" variation) due to the organic nature of the materials but we strive to accurately capture the detail and color so you know what you’re getting.