Moroccan Rugs from Rug & Kilim
Antique, vintage, mid-century, and modern-loom productions from one of the most inspired design capitals of the world.
The gray-silver colorway created by the trick of white and black in such fine proximity also complements the very quiet nature of the fine black geometry, ultimately creating a very reserved, gentle piece for contemporary and modern projects seeking the traditional Moroccan aesthetic in this appealing large size.
While Older Moroccan Looms Were Too Small To Accommodate Area Rugs Of This Size And Design, Newer Looms Like The One That Produced This Piece Enjoy Spaciousness And Plush, Mixed Pile Height. Among Its Collection, This Moroccan Is Unique For A Minimalist, But Still Perfectly Mirrored Field Design With Thin, Lower-Height Black Weaving Accenting The Decadent, Lush White Wool Pile.
While Berber rugs are reputed for their intricate designs, it is distinct to find one with such a greater focus on subtle texture and rich, uniform color as seen in the blood red background, even leading into the one-sided fringe braids. Interceded only by the finely woven guard border, the mirrored geometric columns of brown feature interesting sparks of red and blue, lending an added dimensionality to the lush Minimalist design complementing the lush wool pile height.
Originating From Morocco, Rug & Kilim’s New Geometric Moroccan Rug From Rug & Kilim Was Produced With The Advantages Of Newer-Loom Production In Its Country. While Older Moroccan Looms Were Too Small To Accommodate Area Rugs Of This Size, Newer Looms Like The One That Produced This Piece Enjoy Spaciousness And Plush, Mixed Pile Height.
Originating from Morocco in 1950, this vintage midcentury Moroccan Berber rug has a combination of both distinct and subtle symbolism with particularly unique colourways. Hand knotted in durable wool, the eye-catching hot pink lozenges symbolizing femininity are complemented by parallel open-angled lozenges, commonly representing the transition into womanhood and maturity.
Hand woven in wool, the gray-silver colorway created by the trick of white and black in such fine proximity similarly complements the very quiet nature of the geometry and the concentration of color in an almost paneled Moroccan Kilim look, ultimately creating a very reserved, neutral Moroccan Kilim style most appealing for contemporary and modern projects seeking the traditional Moroccan aesthetic in this appealing large size; originating from one of our most widely regarded looms in Turkey
Unlike any of its siblings in our premiere collection, this contemporary Moroccan rug features one of the most unique takes on Beni Ourain chevron patterns in a gorgeous, dimensional field design; enjoying unique eye-catching patterns in each river-like inlay, complemented by plush wool pile in an elegant contrast of cream white and black. Click here for more close-ups or come see it in person! #moroccanrugs #beniourain #moroccandecor #vintagestyle #rugs #homedecorideas #moroccanstyle #carpets
Mid-Century Monday is a wonderful opportunity to highlight one of our favorite hand-knotted vintage midcentury Moroccan wool rugs from 1950, offering a beautifully graphed cultural lozenge diamond symbols; complemented by a brilliant red and blue in the black-on-white field. Click here for more about this pristine beauty from our historic Moroccan line! . . . #vintage #midcentury #vintagerugs #midcenturyrugs #handknotted #moroccan #moroccandecor #Homedecorideas #moroccanrugs #moroccanstyle
Rug & Kilim's premier Moroccan line is live on our website! Each piece is a new marriage of the most engaging, lush and varied pile height complementing various tribal patterns. While antique to vintage looms in Morocco were too small for large-scale designs, our growing line of modern, large-scale area rugs offers new custom size and color possibilities to the realm of Moroccan decor. Click here for close-ups of a few of our favorites! #moroccanrugs #moroccandecor #arearugs #homedecorideas