Collections of Moroccan rugs

Collections of Moroccan rugs

Studio Lid offers the largest collections of Moroccan rugs.
Leader of the rugs in Morocco, we have been working for many years directly with the Berber tribes of the Middle Atlas and the High Atlas.

Our collections of Berber rugs are composed of vintage rugs and contemporary rugs handcrafted by Berber weavers according to the purest traditions.

Tapis Beni Mrirt Studio Lid Marrakech

Collection Beni Mrirt

Tapis berbère Beni Ouarain Studio Lid Marrakech

Collection Beni Ouarain

Tapis Beni Mguild Studio Lid Maroc

Collection Beni Mguild

Tapis Boujaad Studio Lid Maroc

Collection Boujaad

The Berber tribes

Beni Mrirt, Beni Ouarain, Beni Mguild, Beni Boucharouite, Boujaad, Ourika, Zanafi…

Origins of Berber Tribes and Their Influence on Patterns and Weaving
The different patterns and types of weaving found in Berber carpets are deeply rooted in the origins of each Berber tribe, whether they are nomadic or sedentary. Each tribe has developed unique weaving techniques and distinctive patterns that tell a story, reflecting their lifestyle, beliefs, and environment.

  • Nomadic Tribes: Nomadic tribes such as the Beni Ouarain and Beni Mguild create carpets often characterized by simple yet bold geometric patterns, using primarily natural colors. These carpets are designed to be practical, lightweight, and easy to transport, suitable for a life of constant movement.
  • Sedentary Tribes: Sedentary tribes like the Boujaad and the Zanafi, on the other hand, often produce carpets with more intricate designs and a wider range of colors. These carpets reflect the stability and permanence of a settled life, incorporating detailed motifs that symbolize local flora, fauna, and cultural stories.

The Dual Meaning of “Kilim”
The term “Kilim” can have two distinct meanings, leading to regular confusion. It can refer to the geographical origin of the carpets, such as those from Turkey, or to the specific weaving technique used. This duality in meaning often results in misunderstandings about the true nature of the carpet being described.

Modern Demand for Berber Carpets
Today, handmade Berber carpets meet a strong demand in the world of interior decoration. Their unique and authentic designs allow them to enhance various interior styles, much like modern works of art. Whether placed in a contemporary, minimalist setting or a more traditional, eclectic space, Berber carpets add character and elegance, making them a highly sought-after addition to homes around the world.

All our carpets are scrupulously checked and are subject to regular handling so that the wool breathes.


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