Tribal Vintage Moroccan Kilim Runner Rug 45683
Simultaneously creative, innovative and traditional, this eclectic mid century vintage Tribal design Moroccan runner rug features a tufted latticework pattern set over a striped flat-woven field. This exemplary vintage Moroccan runner rug showcases a fantastic variety of weaving techniques and ancient protection symbols based on long-standing superstitions that create an experimental yet traditional result, making this runner rug a great example of vintage rugs from Morocco. The striped of this gorgeous vintage Moroccan runner rug background features flat-woven bands of ivory and walnut brown with a tufted latticework grid superimposed over the rustic field. Each graphic linear motif features a variety of poly chromatic red, white and blue stripes. These classic colors appear again in the checkered lozenges, goz symbols and family signs that decorate each isolated cell. Tiny hash marks and subtle chevron details embellish the outlines of each striped segment. Created in Morocco circa 1950, this charming Moroccan rug is modern and experimental while retaining important protection symbols that are part of ancient cultural traditions.
A Breathtaking Tribal Design Vintage Moroccan Runner Rug, Origin: Morocco, Circa: Mid-20th Century – The playful character and colorful designs of the rugs of the Berber tribes of Morocco have inspired designers for decades. The designs of their vintage rugs tell the stories of the people through their designs and colors. The artistic characteristic of the Moroccan rugs has a spontaneous, organic quality that seems to evolve naturally along its length. Mid-century designers first became entranced by these gorgeous pieces and included them in styles from Danish Modern design to Eames era. Now, we love them just as much in our contemporary spaces, too.
This kilim rug has a unique color combination that includes earthy browns and primary red, white, and blue. This interesting color combination makes it the prefect way to introduce a color pop into a neutral room, but in a way that is subtle and surprising. Designers of the mid-20th century used vintage and even modern Moroccan rugs to tie contrasting elements of the room together. This magnificent runner rug can do the same in our modern spaces.