Prestigious New Zealand Wool
Thickness approx. 3 cm
Artisanal weaving in the Mrirt region, Morocco
- Brand New and One of a Kind
- This rug is currently in stock and will be dispatched within 1 business day.
✧ BRING STYLE AND PASSION INTO YOUR HOME WITH THIS LUXURY HANDMADE RUG.
This is a delightful Moroccan masterpiece to transform your home into a haven of tranquillity and inspiration. This rug energizes a room to bring life within its walls and acts as a talisman for our pleasures, our dreams, our plans and our relationships. It is designed to share the deep attachments rugs have in Berber society as the centre of family life.
Our Moroccan rugs are multi-sensory works of art which look magnificent and feel great as it snuggles your feet. It gives warmth and comfort to tired feet, rekindles old memories and provides an epicentre for the creation of new dreams.
Our exquisite Moroccan rugs are an incredible treasure which have been crafted using ancient techniques, passed down from mother to daughter, time immemorial. The luxury Mrirt rug is woven only by the most accomplished artisans who are custodian to rare ancestral weaving and knotting techniques that take longer to perform compared to other Berber rugs.
Each rug gives testament to an individual who strives to achieve great things in her life, preserving an ancestral art dating back to the Paleolithic era. This artist, in daily contact with the wilderness of the mountains of the Moroccan Atlas, weaves the Zen of the Middle Atlas into this rug so that you can feel a greater connection to nature.
The Mrirt rug is woven in prestigious New Zealand wool, a pure and extra virgin wool, that has never been spun into yarn or processed. It represents only 5% of the world wool’s production and is considered the pinnacle of wool in terms of quality, offering unparalleled comfort and warmth while also being naturally fire- resistant, stain-resistant and sound-insulating. It is through the appreciation of the finest that nature has to offer that Zen is believed to be passed on.
How our Moroccan rugs are made