Ivory Vintage Moroccan Rug 47931
This mid century Moroccan rug in characterized by a fascinating composition, in which the carpet is effectively broken up into four sections. Generally speaking, vintage Moroccan rugs and carpets, especially mid century rugs and carpets, are celebrated for their unique and exciting aesthetic, which subtly and ingeniously blends together tribal and minimalist design sensibilities. Intriguingly quartered yet otherwise conventionally composed, this thought-provoking Moroccan carpet is a fascinating example.
A Beautiful Shaggy Berber Beni Ourain Vintage Moroccan Rug, Country Of Origin / Rug Type: Vintage Moroccan Rug, Circa Date: Vintage Mid Twentieth Century – Intriguingly quartered yet otherwise conventionally composed, this thought provoking vintage Moroccan carpet is a fascinating example. The unmistakable primitive, rustic designs of the Beni Ourain rugs have retained their place in the world of modern design since they became popular in the mid 20th century. This ivory background vintage rug represents a tribal heritage that goes back thousands of years, but whose work became an essential part of interior design in the middle part of the 20th century. These vintage rugs that were woven in Morocco, are still highly desirable for many of the same reasons that made them popular during this time.
The designs of this Moroccan Berber carpet features diamonds, lines, and others simple patterns. Seldom are they regularly spaced and even, giving them a natural, organic quality that shows off the artistry of the weaver. These rugs are the perfect addition to break up the harsh lines of a contemporary design. This was one of the features that made them popular beside the designs of famous mid century names such as Paul Klee and the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.
In the middle part of the 20th century, these beautiful vintage shaggy Moroccan carpets were the perfect contrast for the harsh lines of the steel and glass designs that were popular. Now, these tribal rugs from North Africa find themselves in even more versatile roles within the design of the room. The natural, organic colors of this captivating ivory color background vintage Moroccan rug have an earthy feel and work well in designs that feature other natural elements such as wood and stone. They complement a nature-infused design and add contrast to a more modern scheme.