A rug should cost around 750-1000 dirham for a small one, a larger one can range from 1700-3500 dirham.
Dyes used in Moroccan rug for its Orange dye, or Mentha for the green, natural dyes are more complicated to make and require more expert knowledge than the synthetic dyes. The added work, knowledge, and rarity of these experts adds more value to a rug that has been woven with naturally dyed wool.
Moroccan rugs are the weaves, carpets, and textiles that have been traditionally hand-woven in Morocco . Traditionally, Moroccan rugs have been woven by tribal peoples for their utility rather than for decorative purposes.
Everyone knows that a Moroccan rug is the idiotproof way to enrich a room. The soft texture of a Beni Ourain–style floor covering emits warmth and never looks too “shaggy,” and the colors range from that perfect shade of buttery white to electric hues that you would never expect to work in your home but totally do.
A small rug may only cost you 750-1000 dirham. An older vintage Berber rug or larger sized rugs can range from 10,000-25,000 dirham and more. Buying a rug is not “ cheap ” but it is MUCH cheaper than buying it outside Morocco .
Today Gold Price in Morocco = 525.04 MAD per Gram. 10 Grams Gold Rate = 5,250.44 MAD.
Sofas always look better on a rug rather than off or worst still half on and half off. A good modern 10×8 rug should cost you between $7,000 to $10,000 depending on the silk or wool content. A fine antique rug of that size however can cost in excess of $50,000.
– You can wash it by hand with cold water and laundry soap and rinse it with your garden hose with cold water. Then let it fully dry in the sun, ensuring that it’s no longer wet or humid before putting it back on the floor. Brush it (using a plastic hand brush or clean BBQ brush) to remove excess wool.
8 Great Sources for Buying Authentic Turkish and Moroccan Rugs on Etsy Beni Ourain Carpets . Decorative Vintage Rug . Boho Flea Market. GVS Carpet. VintPort. Ancient Artdeco. Oldvin Shop . Turkish Area Rug .
The term Berber generally refers to carpet that’s overall light in color with flecks of darker colors (usually brown or gray) and woven with a distinctive loop pile that attaches to the backing and remains uncut. It’s inspired by the weaving style of the Berber people of North Africa.
Our guide to some of our favourite types of Moroccan rugs Azilal – High Atlas. Azilal rugs often tell stories through their use of bold colours and patterns. Boujad – Central Plains. Beni Ourain – Middle Atlas. Beni Mguild – Middle Atlas. Boucherouite – All Tribes. Kilim – All Tribes.
Lahandira: The best things to do to remove the smell and stains from Moroccan rugs is soap and little bit of bleach, then after 15 min, use soft brush and lot of water and you should leave it in sun, between 2-5 days depending how big the rug .
Most natural fiber rugs will shed , especially all wool-based rugs . However, Moroccan rugs tend to have heavy and continuous shedding . A wool rug (hand-woven, not machine-tufted) with high quality yarn will shed for a few months because of short pieces left over after the shearing process.
Whilst authentic, many of these rugs use wool that come from local markets, also known as ‘dead wool’. You can often tell if you have a ‘market quality’ Moroccan Berber rug by its density and size of knot. Therefore, these rugs are far more likely to shed , as the wool is loose from the foundation and simply falls out.
Not only is the wool of lesser quality, the backing material can deteriorate and both the backing and pile will begin to shed . Machine-made rugs are made at incredible speed on a machine similar to a newspaper ream, and usually from polymer-based materials to survive this process.