The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug
The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug

The Handmade Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug

Regular price $350.00 Sale price $139.00
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Handmade

Material

Wool

You can keep things simple and chic with the Moroccan Berber Green & White Rug, which features a simple checkered pattern. The Morrocan checker rugs area the perfect complement for Bohemian, country or rustic decor. durable, simple to clean, and perfect for every room of the house. It has never been easier to keep your home stylish and clean.

please let us know if you prefer any other Sizes, combination of colors, pattern.

Inspired by the weavings of the Beni Ourain nomadic tribe in Morocco's snowy Atlas Mountains, this Moroccan rug maintains the tradition of plush, shaggy piles while infusing contemporary Bohemian flair with modern patterns and colorways. Plush, warm, and effortlessly stylish, these pieces add character and visual intrigue wherever they are styled.

Ships tightly rolled in a protective bag. Any slight creasing will disappear within a few days.
Shedding of loose fibers is normal with new rugs. Shedding will diminish with regular vacuuming.

📌 Shipping: insured, trackable, Fast and FREE Worldwide By FedEx Express (2 to 5 days delivery) .
❖ Cleaning: all rugs are carefully cleaned before shipping.
❖ Colors: Please take a look at the pictures.
❖ Texture: Moroccan / soft / Shag.
❖ Technique: Hand-Knotted
❖ Construction: Handmade
❖ Material: Wool, Cotton
❖ Location: Indoor Use Only

The Morrocan Berber rugs and the rural weaving culture has a great deal of attention from the international art world over the last 20 years.
The minimalist and abstract forms are seen in the Moroccan Berber Rug seem to both suggest an affinity with the earliest roots of the pile-weaving as well as represent the contemporary yet authentic creative and archaic spirit of tribal art.
Appreciation of the spontaneous and bold character of Moroccan Berber carpets began with classical modern architects such as Le Corbusier, Alvar Aalto or Marcel Breuer who integrated them into their interiors and promoted them in important presentations.

📌 please note that I need 2 to 3 Weeks after the purchase to Make the rugs before I can ship them.
❖ Shipping Times and Store policies are at the bottom of my store home page.

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