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Jun 20 / jfletcher

What I’m Working On: Beni Ourain Rugs.

I’m working with a client who just purchased this rug for her living room. The rug is fantastic and it looks great in her home. And it’s super soft. Okay, so, I’m slightly obsessed with it.

I can’t take too much credit though. This Moroccan-style rug would look great in anyone’s home! Take a look.

beni ourain rug and tom ford book

beni ourain rug #2  Tradhome beni ourain rug #3

beni ourain rug #4

These rugs are from the Beni Ourain tribe (nestled in the mountains of Morocco) and feature black diamond patterns over plush, ivory wool. Authentic Beni Ourain rugs are not cheap, as you can imagine.  But if you are in the market for something with a smaller price tag, check out Anthropologie (where I found the rug for my client) or West Elm. The look for less.

Photo credits: Anthropologie, A Perfect Gray, Vogue Living via Delight by Design, Tradhome, and Honestly WTF


  1. The Moroccan Room / Aug 4 2012

    Great post! The tribal graphics of Moroccan Beni Ourain rugs and Berber pillows pair well with contemporary or traditional designs. Our Beni Ourain shags have a simple harlequin pattern, a 1960s vibe and a price that’s half the cost in major rug dealers.

    Please visit our collection of Vintage Beni Ourain Rugs here I would love to hear what you think.

    Ali El Hajji

    The Moroccan Room
    Moroccan Furniture & Décor
    Phone: (646)369-8480 | Fax: (646)706-7038

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