Moroccan rugs survived centuries of changes & home design trends to remain at the top to enliven your home decor. Adding a touch of ethnicity to your home’s interiors by using furniture, furnishings, and Moroccan rugs is a sure way to brighten the atmosphere! Moroccan handmade rugs are unique in that every rug is created by a different woman artisan who expresses her historical heritage in her skillful creation. Often working in cooperatives, these women live in rural areas of Morocco & usually devote months to working on a single rug.
Made from organic, hand woven wool, hand-crafted Moroccan rugs can lend a one-of-a-kind stylish look to your home or office decoration. They can be used as a flooring accessory, hung on walls or used as throws to simply freshen up any space & make it look more comfortable and luxurious. In fact, Moroccan rugs & Moroccan carpets are the hottest items in today’s interior design world. Moroccan rugs are unique because of their variety in dyes, modernist designs, and their geometric composition. These rugs are also uniquely influenced by the cultures & characteristics of the country they’re made in. Another unique factor is that they’re crafted by hand, which makes no two Moroccan rugs similar.
“We sell Beni Mguild Rugs in Morocco and across the globe that are created, designed and woven by traditional weavers in the Atlas region, the heart of Berber culture. Our authentic Moroccan rugs are made from 100 percent sheep wool and come directly from the Atlas Mountains. We can offer Beni Mguild Rugs in Morocco at a high discount price thanks to the direct connection with our weavers. Our goal is to offer natural, beautiful and original Moroccan handmade wool rugs at a price that is simply hard to beat” said a spokesperson of WeBerber.
About the company:
Created in 2017 by Abdelghani Hammoud, WeBerber is a company that is dedicated to offers its customers the best in Moroccan rugs. They’re pretty passionate about the art of handwoven rugs which represents one of the best art forms of our Amazigh culture. Today, they are supplying Berber women weave rugs not just in Morocco, but all over the world.