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Moroccan carpets, also known as Moroccan rugs, are known for their vibrant and bold colors

These carpets are traditionally hand-woven by skilled artisans, many of them Berber, who use natural dye made of plants and minerals to create a wide range of hues. The traditional Moroccan carpets usually have geometric patterns, and the motifs used vary depending on the tribe or region where the rug was made.

Many of the colorful Moroccan carpets are made in the Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountains regions, which has traditionally been an important center of carpet production in Morocco. The carpets made in these areas are known for their bright and bold colors, as well as their intricate patterns.


There are many different types of Moroccan carpets, each with its own unique characteristics. Some of the most popular types include:

  • Beni Ourain Rugs : Made by the Berber tribes of the Atlas Mountains, these rugs are known for their simple geometric patterns and natural, undyed wool.

  • Boucherouite Rugs : These rugs are made from recycled textile materials and are known for their bold, colorful patterns and abstract designs.

  • Azilal Rugs : These rugs are made by the Azilal tribe of the Atlas Mountains, and are known for their bright, colorful patterns and geometric designs.

  • Kilim Rugs : A flat-woven rug, made by interweaving the warp and weft threads, kilim Rugs come in a wide range of colors, patterns and sizes.

  • Taznakht Rugs: The Taznakht is a small town situated in the heart of the Anti-Atlas mountain range, they are known for their rugs in warm tones and with a combination of geometric and figurative motifs.


All these rugs are unique on their own ways and brings the vibrant colors of Morocco to any room they are placed in, the colors used can bring happiness and comfort to the space.