Vintage Moroccan Rug, Origin: Morocco, Circa: Mid-20th Century – This bold, graphic design has a look that many modern designers try to copy, but this gorgeous piece is an original Moroccan tribal rug from the mid-20th century. If you have a room that needs a geometric element, this rug would be the perfect way to add a bit of drama but in a way that is fresh and organic.
The design of this rug evolves organically from one end to the other. Yet, it has a formal organization that is based on a traditional Moroccan design. The tribal artist who created this rug based the design on the familiar diamond pattern that is often seen in Berber tribal rugs. However, the artist added their own unique character to the design to create a piece that stands out among trial rugs.
Moroccan rugs experienced a growth in popularity during the mid-20th century. They were used to add a natural, organic element to the room design. Now, they are once again being used in a similar way by modern designers. This is an unusual design among traditional tribal rugs, making it look almost like an abstract expressionist piece of art. Modern designers are using these traditional designs as inspiration for modern pieces, which makes this original antique even more special.
This is a gorgeous vintage rug that was created using techniques and design techniques that are centuries old, but it also looks as if it were created for modern space. The long pile of Moroccan rugs is soft and adds a warm and cozy feeling to the room. This would be a perfect piece for adding pattern and color to a room with a neutral palette of mushroom, cream, gray, and brown. This rug adds both texture and a graphic element that is perfect for an ultra-modern design or any contemporary style that needs a piece to create a bold statement in the space.