Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 330 cm x 190 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 330 cm x 190 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 225 cm x 170 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 225 cm x 170 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 240 cm x 160 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 240 cm x 160 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug 330 cm x 190 cm

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug.

Hand dyed, hand woven, woollen rug.

2.350,00  Euro
In stock
SKU
LEATLAS / MR353

Beni Ourain, Vintage Moroccan Berber Rug.

Hand dyed, hand woven, woollen rug.

Dimensions 330 cm x 190 cm

The Beni Ourain Moroccan “tribe” is made up of 17 different Berber tribes that live in the Atlas Mountains.Certain tribes in Morocco have preferred colours. Natural dyes were used exclusively in Morocco until the mid to late 20th century. The true authentic vintage and mid-century Beni Ourain rugs add a sophisticated look and feel to any decor. This makes them sought after by the top interior designers all around the world.

The traditional style and patterns of the Beni Ouarain rugs consists of mostly geometric black or brown patterns that create diamond shapes on a cream or Ivory background.

The vintage Beni Ourain rugs are mostly neutral in coloration and abstract in design. This is why they can be easily incorporated in today’s modern interiors.

The vintage Beni Ourain rugs are not mass produced and no two rugs are alike and all were made to withstand the test of time. 

Morocco’s magnificent vintage Beni Ourain carpets have a common modernist thread that links them to world renowned mid-century modern designers such as Alvar Aalto, Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Lloyd Wright, Marcel Breuer and Arne Jacobsen.

Due to their widespread use by the greatest designers of the 20th century, Morocco’s Beni Ourain carpets have become definitive representations of an era when the classically modern style was born.

These exceptional carpets have rich textures, chic colors and cryptic surface decorations. This combination of traits makes vintage Beni Ourain Moroccan carpets the ultimate accessory for highlighting the sleek lines of minimalist decor and proving that less really is more.

It is one of those wonderful and happy accidents of history that the aesthetic values of a group, of semi-nomadic tribal people, in Morocco, would be so admired by mid-twentieth century interior designers in North America and Europe.

In the end, the demand for quality Moroccan rugs is higher than it has ever been. Because of the myriad of interesting cultural factors that have given them their unique and fantastic style, Moroccan carpets are admired and sought after all over the world for their timeless and distinctive beauty.