Born out of climatic exigencies and nomadic aspirations, the Moroccan rug has an impressive lineage rooted in the nomadic Berber tribes of Morocco. The cold, windswept Atlas ranges the tribes roamed gave rise to thick, plush-pile coverings they used as sleeping mats and bed coverings. Unlike their ornate oriental counterparts, Moroccan rugs are unique in their celebration of archaic images and symbols and support a distinct repository of geometric tribal designs. Moroccan rugs gained popularity in the West in the 1930’s with the mid-century modernist designers and architects like Le Corbusier, Frank Wright, Charles and Ray Eames. They used the plush soft rugs to counterbalance the austerity of their minimalist designed furniture. Since then, the decorative flexibility and restrained elegance of Moroccan Rugs has been a source of inspiration for countless designers and homemakers in search of their perfect rug in modern times.Our Moroccan collection pays homage to such a search. It incorporates the traditional weaving techniques with intricate handmade details to produce rugs that are luxuriously soft and thick and have a shag rug texture. Extremely versatile, the rugs feature abstract, geometric and tribal patterns. The collection favors Beige and Natural color selection.