Breathtaking Vintage Wide Hallway Moroccan Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Morocco, Circa Date: Mid – 20th Century – Moroccan Berber carpets are a beautiful addition to any space. This extra wide, long and narrow shag pile vintage Moroccan rug would be perfect for a wider hallway or other long space. Even though it was crafted in the mid 20th century, it still has a modern appeal for those who like minimalist, modern Scandinavian, and contemporary designs. The vintage Moroccan rugs and their tribal simplicity have been produced for many centuries and are known for their quality and comfort.
Each of the symbols woven into these magnificent vintage rugs from Morocco tell the story of the life of the weaver or her people. The rug design symbols have special meaning and serve as a timeline, but many of the meanings have been lost.
This Moroccan wide hallway rug is asymmetrical and loosely based on a diamond pattern. Its abstract design has an ivory ground that is accented by chocolate browns, reds, grays, turquoise, and salmon. The weaver added depth to the lines by using multiple colors in a way that causes them to color shift as they move along the vertical axis.
The mid century vintage Moroccan rug has primitively executed vertical and horizontal symmetry that gives it a hand-drawn feel. No one knows what ancient stories this rug has to tell, which makes it a special and meaningful representation of mid-20th century Berber art.
Its tribal traditions connect it to its ancient beginnings and the people who created it, yet it has a modern appeal with its abstract lines and simple design. This versatile vintage wide hallway Moroccan rug would work well in any contemporary design that needs a piece that is simple and relies on lines and geometric form as his primary design feature.