“Boucherouite” or “boucherouite” carpets and rugs are specific to Moroccan tribes.
In these, often very modest, households, the Berbere women weave carpets out of discarded scraps of material. A thousand scraps of cotton, nylon and occasionally wool are woven into these fabulous decorative creations.
Beni Ouarain carpets are considered the most prestigious rugs in Morocco, made from the very finest wool.
every piece you take is the only piece, one of its kind." These rugs are luxurious and perfect for any sort of home design.
Azilal carpets or Azilals, as their name suggests, originate from the craggy and steep Azilal region, located in the remote
and hard to reach High Atlas mountains, in the south of the city of Beni Mellal , about 180 km North-East Marrakech.
Only performed by women of this region, Azilal carpets are made from virgin raw wool by alternating composed patterns of one single knotted line and one or two woven lines, according to a cultural ritual that mothers are passing down to daughters for generations.