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Browse Kantara's Spring 2020 Catalog of Moroccan Rugs

March 10, 2020

The newest 2020 collection of Moroccan rugs is now in stock at Kantara's Los Angeles showroom. Browse the latest selection of products, which includes rugs in a wide variety of sizes, styles, and designs. From throw rugs and runners to large area rugs, this collection features Beni Ourains, Boucherouite rag rugs, and so much more.

All of our rugs are handwoven by artisans from different regions of Morocco, allowing us to showcase a diverse array of rugs in different tribal designs. Each skilled weaver takes traditional Moroccan rug styles and applys their own artistic touch to produce unique, one of a kind creations. For pricing and to set up a visit to Kantara's Silver Lake showroom, reach out. 

Colorful eclectic Moroccan rugs

The Spring 2020 Catalog and More

After more than a month in Morocco, we're bringing back some exciting new rugs. On this trip, we stopped by several weaving cooperatives in the High Atlas mountains. See what we currently have in stock of the Spring 2020 collection here.

View Spring 2020 Moroccan Rugs

Click here to view the entire Spring 2020 Kantara catalog. 

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