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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 Tuareg Mats comes from a small Village near the bigger town of Tichitt in Mauritania.These mats were originally used as flooring and walls for the Nomadic Tuareg tribe. They are both extremely lightweight and durable which makes them easy to transport as well as withstand the harsh climate of the Sahara desert.The base of Tuareg Mats are made of reed sourced from the Senegal River, the reed from this area is extremely strong and resilient. The decorative motifs are derived from goat and/or camel leather. While the leather is usually kept natural some tribes are known to dye the leather with local plants and spices to derive vibrant red and green hues.Tuareg Mats are woven via a loom situated on the ground. Depending on the size, a minimum of two artisans intricately weave thin reed strands throughout the loom. Following the creation of the base they are then decorated with woven leather twisted through the reed base. Each mat is one-of-a-kind and tells a unique story from the artisan. The design motifs are quite similar to the traditional Moroccan Amazigh symbols woven into rugs that represent strength, protection and prosperity.