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This Beni Ourain carpet, created by Berber women from the middle Atlas mountains in Morocco, is an extremely soft carpet with a silky texture. Two rows of diamonds and lateral frames in black are woven on a natural cream base. These new Beni Ouarain carpets are made with traditional techniques, and the carding, the yarn spinning, the creation, the weaving, and the final washing process are all completely handmade.
This carpet, designed by Berber women from the middle Atlas mountains in Morocco in 2017 and handmade by them to order, represents the Beni Ouarain tribes´ classic diamond motifs. The black design is set off by the natural undyed cream base of soft wool. All of these new carpets are unique; each is completely handmade from the carding and yarn spinning to the weaving and washing process. This carpet will enhance and highlight any space with its warmth and elegance.
This Beni Ourain carpet, created by Berber women from the middle Atlas mountains in Morocco, is a symbol of warmth and modernity. The beauty of the natural ivory wool and the simplicity of the dark brown design, with its central diamond motif, are characteristic of the style. Each piece is unique and created using a completely manual process from the carding of the wool, the yarn spinning, the weaving, and the washing process. The pieces were historically prized by designers such as Alvar Aalto, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier, and this piece was designed in 2017, made to order by the same Berber women that designed it.
This Beni Ourain carpet, created by Berber women from the middle Atlas mountains in Morocco, contains a design of two rows of double diamonds that are subtly hidden within cream colored knots. On the sides, there are rows of black knots that frame the piece. An elegant carpet made of natural ivory and black, its soft and delicate silky touch is due to the traditional techniques that include wool carding, yarn spinning, weaving, and washing.
This Beni Ourain carpet, created by Berber women from the middle Atlas mountains in Morocco, represents the pieces of this tribe with its irregular diamond design on a raw and black background. It is finished at the ends with a kilim of the same tones, perfect in its details and with an elegant character. These new Beni Ouarain carpets are made using traditional techniques, and the processes of carpet creation, such as carding, combing, spinning, weaving, and washing, are performed using manual techniques to guarantee its quality. This rug brings a sophisticated and avant-garde profile because of its black background color.