Our rugs originate from Morocco, a country in North Africa.
They are traditionally handwoven by the indigenous Berber tribes, each with unique designs and symbolism
Our rugs are typically handwoven using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations.
The process involves intricate knotting and weaving on a loom, often using wool or cotton.
Yes, most our handmade rugs are quite durable and can withstand high-traffic areas.
However, to prolong their life, it's best to keep them away from excessively wet or dirty areas.
Genuine Moroccan rugs are handwoven and often display irregularities or imperfections in the weave, unlike machine-made rugs.
Their designs, materials, and techniques are also unique to the tribe or region where they were made.
Avoid exposing your rug to constant, direct sunlight as it can cause the vibrant colors to fade.
When cleaning, use gentle, natural agents to prevent color loss.
Lay the rug flat and place heavy items, like books, on the corners and edges.
With time, the rug should naturally flatten out.
Alternatively, reverse-roll the rug overnight.
Yes, it's completely normal.
Because Moroccan rugs are handmade, each one is unique and may show slight variations in pattern or color.