Beni Ourain

Do you like traditional styles? Do you wish to have a rug which you can pass down to generations? If yes, we have something amazing for you. Beni Ourain Rugs are the most comfortable rugs that you may encounter. They are created from natural wool. These handmade moroccan rugs are made by Berber artisans in the mountainside of Morocco who appreciates the natural world. They are epitome of luxury and warmth. All rugs have a signature style along with geometric designs. It is a classic design for rooms. You may expect to have dark brown shapes or lines on a cream or white background. You will also find symbols. They share true stories from every weaver’s life.    

When you are searching for something plush to keep you warm at night, these gorgeous rugs are perfect!

Our Beni Ourain rugs are double-knotted, un-dyed 100% natural wool carpets – characteristically heavy white pile with geometric diamond designs – each one unique in its own design and colour. Unlike mass produced alternatives, each rug is truly distinct and durable over time.

Style: Handmade Moroccan Beni Ourain Rug | Origin: Morocco| Material: 100% Nature Wool |

These morrocan carpets are handmade using the local materials and tools below:-
Wool

His genuine natural wool comes from local sheep herds and can be found in souk, or marketplace. However, this cooperative only uses wool made from their homes and sheep, rather than buying it at the souk.

Thread

These handmade moroccan rugs are made using a 100% cotton warp. Cotton warp provides strong integrity of the rug over time.

Amshtan

The Amshtan is the traditional tool used to clean out and spin natural wool

Tsagel

The Tsagel is made from iron and is used to press down each level of warp as the rug is woven.

Spindle

This wooden tool takes freshly cleaned wool and spins it into thick thread that can be used to weave.

Loom

This single, tried and true loom, which the woman believes is nearly 50 years old, When the loom was created, it was likely controversial because the wood was expensive to source. It would take a whole village to invest in one.