Since the 60s and 70s, Boucherouite rugs have been made by Berber Tribal people, predominantly women, using rags such as strips of recycled clothing and fabric. The Berber tribes were originally forced to reuse old fabrics due to a scarcity of wool during this period of time but have since become popular due to their diversity and variety in colour and pattern.
Boucherouite rugs are machine washable and extremely versatile, so great for festivals, picnics or outdoor meditation.
All of our rugs are handmade by various tribes in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco. They are both vintage and contemporary, and have been carefully hand selected by us to ensure the highest quality and style. Each rug is one of a kind and has its own story, often taking the Berber women months to make.
Rug : Boucherouite
Colour : Red | Multi
Material : Rag
Dimensions : 179 x 67 cm
Country : Morocco
Although we hand select all our rugs to ensure the highest quality, they often feature 'imperfections' due to the way in which they're made, by hand in Berber villages. They may be uneven in shape, feature imbalanced patterns or faded in colour. This is a sign of the history and personal love that has gone into the making of each rug, so only adds to its value and character.
If you require further information about a particular rug, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to help.