A contemporary carpet handwoven in Morocco using traditional methods. Using the finest quality wool, each strand was carefully and densely woven by hand on a loom and took four months to weave.
Incredibly soft and thick underfoot, the golden hue has a subtle lozenge relief woven through it - the finish of this piece is both luxurious and durable and is a functional work of art that will be long lasting.
Known for their use of bolder colours, the Beni M'Rirt tribe hails from the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco. We work to preserve the remarkable skills of the woman weavers by sourcing both vintage and contemporary pieces that continue to sustain the methods and techniques that have passed down from generations.
A vintage runner handwoven in Morocco using traditional methods. The wool was carefully and densely woven by hand on a loom and would have taken two to three months to weave in the 1960s.
Incredibly soft and thick underfoot in a rich, deep colouring - the finish of this piece is both beautiful and durable - a functional work of art
Known for creating very special deep pile carpets, often using brown, aubergine, blue, deep mauve and dark tangerine, the Beni M'Rirt tribe hails from the northern Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco. We work to preserve the remarkable skills of the woman weavers by sourcing both vintage and contemporary pieces that continue to sustain the methods and techniques that have passed down from generations.
Produced by the nomadic Tuareg tribes in Mauritania, the desert of Morocco, this striking floor covering was hand made from reed and features geometric designs woven with leather in brown and red tones.
The gorgeous earth-tone colours of the leather and palm will continue to improve as aging produces wonderful colours.
One of a kind vintage flatweave rug, handwoven in Morocco in the 1970's. A lovely natural wool background with raised embroidered detail made in the Talsint region of Morocco.
Kilim rugs are incredibly durable and are easy to clean, so perfect for high traffic areas.
This piece will make a statement in any sort of scheme whether it be mid-century modern, scandi, industrial etc. Woven without the use of a pattern from memory it has a real sense of story and will give your space that collected feel.
Vintage petite Moroccan Boujad rug made in the 1970s.
Handwoven and one-of-a-kind .
Boujad carpets are named after the holy town of 'Budjad' in the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco, where the carpets are made from many different tribes. These rugs are the said to be the most mystical of Moroccan rugs, and feature designs that reflect the whim of the weaver.
Boujad rugs are a really wonderful piece of 'folk' art that tell a tale of the lives for the women who make them.