TYPES OF MOROC­CAN RUGS:

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - PEOPLE -

• Many mod­ern in­te­rior en­thu­si­asts look to Beni Ou­rain rugs. In min­i­mal­ist white or cream colour, this premium rug, made of sheep wool, fea­tures el­e­gant stripped-down geom­e­try lines.

• The Azi­lal, Bou­jad, and Zem­mour rugs are eas­ily recog­nis­able from their unique Ber­ber sym­bols, bold ab­stract forms, and tribal de­signs.

• Bouch­er­ouite (pro­nounced boo-sher-wet) is a type of hand­loomed rug made from strips and yarn from re­cy­cled clothes, wool, cot­ton, and ny­lon. Its tex­tured sur­face, colour, and artis­tic de­sign makes it a unique piece for the home.

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