RESERVED for Laura // Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Rug, "The Juno," Rag Rug, Berber Rug, Geometric Pattern Rug, Colorful Rug, Bohemian
VINTAGE MOROCCAN BOUCHEROUITE RUG // THE JUNO the word boucherouite comes from a moroccan-arabic phrase meaning torn and reused clothing. in the 1960s, as people began to move away from a nomadic way of life, materials like wool and cotton were becoming scarce. berber women began weaving rag rugs from found textiles and remnants of clothing, striving to make something functional, yet beautiful. we love the idea of celebrating the stories and the lives woven in these reused rags. today…
I'm never not in the market for a new, old rug. So you can see how after stumbling upon interior designer Veronica Hamlet's collection of vintage Moroccan rugs, pillows and baskets, I know I'm in trouble. The vibrant colors and distinctive patterns . . . be still my heart and be kind to my
Crewelwork Jovana Rug. This vibrant floor covering features intricate embroidery that calls to mind ancient tapestry motifs. The crewel technique is an embroidery method synonymous with wool rugs and stitched designs.