Taznakht Rug

In the historic area encompassing the modern nation of Morocco, the tradition of berber rug making is just about as old as it is anywhere in the world. The early adoption of rug-making by native Moroccans is certainly due in large part to the distinctive climate of the region. These Taznakht rugs are really nice and would be perfect for you if you are searching for a lush feel. The quality of the rugs is the best and the colors and patterns of the rug are traditional. Old Berber rugs are long and thin and suitable for corridors. Morocco has a tradition of having the most beautiful rugs in the world. For more than a hundred years, women of the tribes have hand-tied wool rugs. The tribes are to be found in mountains and the skill is passed to daughters from their mothers.

Moroccan Taznakht rugs may be very thick with a heavy pile, making them useful for the snow-capped Atlas Mountains; or they may be flat woven and light as to suit the hot climate of the Sahara desert. The nomadic Moroccans and Berber tribes used these pile, knotted, and flat-woven carpets as bed coverings and sleeping mats, as well as for self-adornment, and burial shrouds. Some of these rugs were also used for as saddle blankets. The designs that most frequently appear in Moroccan berber rugs are traditional and ancient, passed down from weaver to weaver.

The Taznakht rugs are made with wool and natural dyes by Taznakht tribe living in middle Atlas Mountains. These are unique and beautiful combination of symmetrical patterns and stunning colors. These are some of the most beautiful rugs ever made.