Moroccan Luxury Floor Mats
This decorative rug is more useful because of the soft texture and furry appearance of our rugs, which not only provide a distinctive taste but also provide warmth and comfort between your families and the cold floor.
What are Moroccan Carpet Called?
Due to the fact that many Berber tribes in North Africa and the Sahara make traditional Moroccan tribal rugs, they are also known as Berber rugs. According to local access to natural plants, vegetation, and minerals for dyes, knotting patterns, and the temperature of that region of Morocco, each tribe has its own distinctive style.
Why are Moroccan Rugs so Popular?
Moroccan rugs are among the most well-liked rugs in the world and have long been appreciated for their beauty and craftsmanship. These distinctive rugs are handwoven from wool and cotton and frequently embellished with elaborate geometric patterns and vibrantly colored dyes.
Is Moroccan Carpet Durable?
Moroccan rugs are of exceptionally high quality and durability, which is why they are frequently found in homes, businesses, and other high traffic areas around the world. They are more cost-effective than plush carpets and typically stain-resistant. To avoid wear patterns, be care to clean these floor accents every 6 to 12 months.
How to Clean
We advise vacuuming it or wiping it. To make the rug fluffy and have a long service life, please handwash and air-dry when cleaning is necessary. It’s best to fluff the rug after it has air dried. Not washable in a machine.
Our Moroccan Luxury Floor Rug’s energetic, tribal-inspired design is countered by a soothing color scheme, hand-tufted wool and cotton composition, and deep shag texture.
Wool and cotton yarns are combined and hand-tufted by artisans to create one-of-a-kind, incredibly soft works of art.
This transitional piece, which comes in shades of ivory and gray, is a striking addition to cosmopolitan, Southwestern, or modern decor.
This hand-tufted area rug is soft to the touch and made of wool and cotton yarns for lasting sturdiness.
To assist in removing little stains before they set, scrub with a brush.