If you like what you see, but haven't found it in the size or color that you want, we encourage you to custom order your Moroccan rug.
We have a long history of working with Moroccan weaving cooperatives to produce the most stunning Beni Ourains, Azilal rugs, Moroccan flatweave kilims, Boucherouite rag rugs, and more.
* For commercial interiors, we've got you covered with rugs that are up to ADA code and appropriately flame treated.
Beni Ouarains and Boucherouites are top of mind when we think of Moroccan rugs, yet they represent just a small sliver of the available styles of Moroccan rugs.
In fact, every tribal region in Morocco has its own unique weaving style. Some artisans replicate traditional designs as they carry on their legacy while others engage in woven conversations, responding to trends in the modern interior design world, inspired by consumer demand, and driven by their own artistic vision.
With our network of highly-skilled Moroccan artisans, we are able to recreate your dream rug, turning designs into reality.
This process can be as simple as you sending us a reference image where we adjust the design to fit your specific size requirements. Or it can be a more involved process, where you take the lead deciding on certain specifications such as Moroccan rug design, color, and pile height.
Depending on the tribal region that the rugs come from, Moroccan rugs may be wildly abstract, or tight and geometric.
These Moroccan rugs may have geometric patterns that tessellate throughout the rug or they may feature one-off, abstract designs. The abundance of rug styles reflects the diversity of Moroccan tribal traditions and speaks to a long legacy of weaving throughout the country.
Browse through our gallery of Moroccan rugs below to get inspired.
Most Moroccan rugs are made with synthetic dyes. There are just a select few Moroccan weaving cooperatives that have maintained the age-old tradition of using natural and vegetable dyes. We work with one cooperative that specializes in vegetable dyes such as turmeric, onion skins, madder root, and so on.
Other options for your rugs include using all-natural undyed white and black sheep's wool.
Rug pile refers to the thickness of the rug. Hand-knotted Moroccan rugs may be either high pile, resulting in a fluffier shag rug, or low pile where the wool is trimmed after weaving.
Alternatively, in Morocco, there are many artisans that specialize in weaving flatweave kilims, allowing rugs to lie completely flat. In some cases, there are also mixed rugs that feature both flatweave sections alongside pile sections.
For over a decade, we have worked with artisans throughout the Atlas Mountains who are highly skilled at weaving all the different styles of Moroccan rugs.
We are passionate about commissioning custom-designed rugs from the artisans. This is the most direct way to support the local weaving tradition in rural Morocco and to foster the economic development of the women weavers.
Looking for design inspiration? Here's a collection of Kantara rugs that we once had in stock. We work with artisans throughout the country that can replicate these designs to the size of your choosing. If one of these rugs catches your eye, send us a message through the Custom Moroccan Rug Inquiry form on this page to get a quote.