Moroccan Interior Design…

The Wanderer…

Moroccan Rugs and Moroccan Pouffes

 

 

The creation of a Moroccan pouffe is quite a lengthy process, it starts with the dying of the leather in a traditional outdoor tannery, followed by a long drying process, the cutting of the pouffe pattern, and finally the sewing plus embroidery. Roughly five local craftsmen and and women are involved in the process which takes over several days. All Moroccan pouffes are handmade by truly skilful craftsmen and women in the medina (city marketplace) of Marrakech, Morocco's bustling capital. These stylish Moroccan pouffe is made from the highest quality of leather and embroidered with an exquisite pattern using sabra silk. We bought our Moroccan pouffe from East Unique

{{Chic and cool|Cool and chic} mid-century Moroccan Berber rugs, Beni Ourain carpets, Beni Mririt, boucherouite rugs, pillows and vintage kilims. We venture deep into Moroccan Berber villages high up in the Altlas Mountains to find authentic carpets that are {rare and personal|personal and rare}. Over the last decade we've found some truly gorgeous pieces that were woven with skill and creativity.

A vintage or new carpet will display all the spirit of Berber tribal art, with its eclectic design notes.|{Chic and cool|Cool and chic} mid-century Moroccan Berber rugs, Beni Ourain carpets, Beni Mririt, boucherouite rugs, pillows and vintage kilims. We venture deep into Moroccan Berber villages high up in the Altlas Mountains to find authentic carpets that are {rare and personal|personal and rare}.} If you are thinking/looking to buy one of these amazing Moroccan berber rugs then we highly reccommend EastUnque.com, they have a vast selection of Moroccan rugs and we found them to be the most reasonably priced.

I love this country! Moroccan people are amazing.

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Smooches! ;-)