A Beautiful Tribal Beni Ourain Design Modern Contemporary Runner Rug, Country of origin: Central Asia, circa date: Modern Rugs – The alluring patterns found on the rugs of the Beni Ourain tribes of Morocco have fascinated designers for many years. These Moroccan rugs became popular in the mid-twentieth century as a part of mid-century modern design decor. They are a style that never seems to go out, and designers continue to find new ways to use them in emerging style trends. This modern rug has a design based on these traditional rugs, but it is made for contemporary spaces.
The bold diamond patterns of the rugs of the nomadic tribes of Morocco give them scale. The artist created this piece using the large diamonds and primitive symbols used by traditional weavers, only in subdued tones that are a wonderful addition to a neutral space.
The vintage rugs from Morocco have been favorites for their tribal feel and long, soft pile. The artist created this gorgeous rug in the style of a traditional Moroccan rug in the design and in the use of high and low pile for a luxurious feel underfoot. Alternating rows of high and low pile creates a texture that will add warmth to a neutral room. You could add some textured throws and throw pillows for a cozy effect.
Neutral colors make the room feel grounded and balanced. Browns on the warmer side of the spectrum are becoming popular. They can be used to warm up a cooler neutral palette, or they can be used on their own for an inviting space. The subtle browns in this contemporary rug could be used as a layer on a cooler neutral palette.
This long and narrow size hallway runner rug is versatile enough to be used in a Scandinavian room with lighter wood or one with richer hues as a way to tone it down. This rug will make the room feel lighter, and you can add a few plants for an even more welcoming ambiance. It offers many possibilities for creating a space that is comfortable and perfect for relaxing.