Vintage Moroccan Rug 70539 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Vintage Moroccan Rug 70539

Size: 5 ft x 10 ft 3 in (1.52 m x 3.12 m)
Origin: Morocco Rugs

Beautiful Berber Vintage Moroccan Rug, Country of Origin: Morocco, Circa Date: Mid 20th Century РMid-20th century Moroccan rugs are a classic that still has many adoring fans today. They have made their way into interior styles that feature elements of the natural world. They are the perfect complement for styles such as Swedish modern, minimalist, or and other nature-inspired aesthetics. Their tribal charm and soft texture also make them the perfect addition to a Boho chic space.

The rugs of the Berber tribes of Morocco were iconic accompaniments to midcentury furniture styles that focused on function and form over decorative elements. These gorgeous pieces with their long pile and soft texture created a contrast to the streamlined pieces of plastic, steel, and Lucite. You can find them featured in many popular magazines of the time. They are a perfect piece for authentic vintage rooms and for modern retro-inspired interiors.

For the Berber tribes, these rugs were a work of artistic expression that tells a story. The women of the tribe created these masterpieces as a form of self-expression. The symbols and can colors each represent a certain element of the story. Straight lines represent male figures, and curvy round figures represent women. The diamond pattern on this rug represents a metal worker or blacksmith, which was highly revered trade. Each break or change in the pattern represents an interruption in life, such as birth, death, or another life event.

As you can see, this rug is as fascinating as it is beautiful. The wool used in the rug is from the local sheep raised by the tribe. Berber rugs are known for their softness and durability that has allowed them to remain classics. It is easy to see why midcentury designers were so fascinated by them. This piece would make a beautiful addition to your home or collection.

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