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 vintage Beni M'Guild was woven by and belonged to a family that resides in a small village outside Timahdite.
Timahdite is nestled in the Middle Atlas Mountains and is known for having harsh winters.This vintage rug was made of 100% wool and dyed with only natural spices.
The Beni M'Guild rug style is know for its versatility. During the cold winters of the region the family would use the thick, wool pile to keep the house warm yet during the warm months when extra warmth was no longer needed they had the ability to flip the rug over to use the flat side.
With simple geometric diamond shapes against bold colors these pieces radiate beauty.Due to the age of the piece the pile has been worn down to a low pile but will withstand the test of time for many decades to come.