Luxury Beni Mrirt Rug - 6.8 x 10 FT / 210 x 310 CM
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Spruce up your room with this Moroccan Tribe Rug!
One of the most amazing feelings is returning to your peaceful, quiet and nourishing abode. Our Tribe Rugs will award you just that! The second you take your shoes off and connect to your private world - the outside completely fades. Each day, a new, serene chapter begins!
This Gorgeous and unique M’rirt Berber Rug is a true work of art. One that you can feel, lie on and snuggle up in its smooth and tender texture.This particular piece of art will keep your feet warm and take you on a magical dream that reaches beyond what’s material.
This wonderful masterpiece will transform your home into a tranquil haven. It’ll give a new life to any room and serve as an emblem of pleasure, nourishment and grace. Much like a musical piece, this woollen one will energize a room and completely change its four limited walls into paradisical yonder.
This Beni M’rirt Rug is woven with prestigious, pure and unspun wool. This particular type of wool has never been made into yarn - and it comes from Morocco’s most elegant sheep.If you’re looking through the quality lens: You’ll find that this is considered the pinnacle of wool in terms of rarity and quality. With unparalleled comfort and seamlessness, this type of wool is stain and fire-resistant!
These Beni Mrirt Rugs are exceptional! And to weave something exceptional - you need a masterful weaver. And they’ve been working with us for years!Talented and experienced, Berber women of the Atlas Mountains produce the finest and most luxurious Handwoven Mrirt Rugs!
Each Rug bears witness to an artist. One that has accomplished so many in their life - and they’re still eager and excited to give more. An ancestral art that has been around since Paleolithic times has contacted these artists and became their appreciated, rewarding trait. Thanks to their entourage, the artists are in constant contact with nature.
Surrounded by the Atlas’ stupendous mountains and lush forests, each step of the creation is natural - from spinning the fibres into wool to sculpting and finishing. And each step is carried by hand, and with great attention for ancestral Berber traditions.