Unveiling the Fall 2019 collection of Kantara rugs
August 30, 2019
I just got back from a month in Morocco in June. I was mostly there to set up my new Morocco travel business, a Kantara offshoot that will be aptly called, Kantara Tours. More on this later.
No trip to Morocco is complete without picking up rugs, or 300 lbs worth of rugs! With a full docket of summer travel, the rugs almost beat me back to Los Angeles.
It took me a few days to get through all three rolls of rugs, but here they are, in all their beauty. Needless to say I've finally gotten to them -- they're all unpacked, shaken out, and ready to rumble.
The rugs aren't live online yet, but in the meantime, here's a sneak preview...
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This collection includes everything from large area Moroccan rugs to Moroccan runner rugs. With this latest batch, you'll find a colorful explosion of traditional designs woven into thick, comfortable Moroccan rugs.
Check out the video below to witness the unrolling of the Fall 2019 collection of Kantara rugs.
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