The West's current infatuation with Moroccan tribal rugs stretches to the mid-20th century, when designers embraced bold geometric patterns and even bolder palettes as counterpoints to form-follows-function interiors. There are some famous designers were who used these rustic, natural rugs to offset austere interiors. With bohemian, global and eco styles on the rise, there's increased demand for Moroccan tribal rugs.
Traditionally, Moroccan tribal weavings were made exclusively by women and solely for personal use. Dense pile rugs served not only as floor coverings but as mattresses, seating and even blankets in the winter months.
Each woman weaves the story of her life into the rugs. They are filled with symbolism and vary greatly depending on the locale where they were woven. Moroccan rugs range from graphically dense to monochrome, incorporating bright, saturated shades as well as natural, muted tones.
The dynamic, gestural shapes that are reminiscent of contemporary paintings belie the tedious, time-intensive process required to make them. I wish it brings joy to you and your home.This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Rugs & Carpets\Area Rugs". The seller is "anatolian_antique" and is located in this country: TR.