This beautiful abstract vintage mid-20th century Moroccan Berber rug would look at home in any mid century architectural creation from the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright or Alvo Aalto. It would also be the perfect addition to a modern Scandinavian or any other contemporary design too. Famous mid 20th century modern designers developed a love of Moroccan rugs, such as this breathtaking Beni Ourain rug . These natural rustic vintage mid century modern rugs were used to offset the clean modern lines of the interior designs and had an exotic appeal as well.
These beautifully woven carpets from Morocco continue to have an appeal in boho chic interiors and eco friendly decors, as well as other modern designs. Originally, these rugs were created by women for personal use and told a story through color and symbolism. This rug uses chocolate lines on ivory in an ever-changing diamond pattern.
The design of this spectacular vintage Shag Beni Ourain Moroccan Berber rug wanders imperfectly across the rug, giving it a primitive look and feel. The ground of the rug is defined by two chocolate lines along the sides. It does not appear to have vertical or horizontal symmetry that can be easily distinguished. The pattern does not appear to have any regularity about it, giving it a whimsical and organic charm that reflects the natural world.
This vintage Shag Beni Ourain Moroccan Berber rug boasts a graphically dense design that is reminiscent of a contemporary abstract modern art painting. The weavers often incorporated ancestral myths or their personal story into the images and symbols of the rug. This rug would be perfectly at home in a Copenhagen loft or amid mid-century furnishings. It is versatile enough to be the perfect addition to any vintage or modern design scheme.