Beni mguild rug 7x5 ft | Beni Mguild Moroccan Carpets


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Beni mguild rug 7×5 ft

This Beni Mguild Moroccan rug is in perfect condition, very soft wool, with lots of deep indigo blue. A mystic piece that somehow reminds me of a medieval church window.

this carpet and in a very good condition, very well clean.
Size ft : 7 x 4 ● Size exact m : 2.20 x 1.65
condition: excellent

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Beni mguild rug 7×5 ft

The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are elaborated by the women in the tribe, in the Middle Atlas south Meknes, between Ifrane and M’Rit cities, the capital is Azrou. They come from a mountainous region. They are elaborated with thicker wool, and as a particularity, just one color, with varied fringes due to the use of different wools during the elaboration time. Originally, they were blue, green and red; however for some time now, it isn’t rare to find purple and orange. Some antique models possess, principally, traditional rhomboidal motives and fish thorn forms. The antique Beni M’Guild are rare and offers a risky decoration but of good results. Some motives can be reversible, being of color each side.

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A Beni Mguild rug was also the back drop for style icon Yves Saint Laurent’s avant guard runway collection in 1969. Beni Mguild rugs are those Moroccan beauties whose saturated pink, red, peach, blue, and ochre backgrounds set the tone for warmth and joy in interior design. Many 20th century designers have been captured by the unique personality of Moroccan Berber rugs, whose abstract and geometrical motifs are the vanguard of modernist and post-modernist style. Le Corbusier famously said, “Do as the Berber do: marry imagination to the most recognisable geometry, but define the imagination.” And with that in mind, he showcased Moroccan Berber rugs in his Maison La Roche-Jeanneret and Pavilion de l’Esprit Nouveau.

The Beni Mguild developed from a conflux of cultures. The Berbers entered what is now modern-day Morocco around 1500 BC, bringing with them the skilled weaving traditions learned from the Phoenicians, who occupied the area known as the Levant. This may sound surprising, given the distances. But not so much when you understand that the Mediterranean has long been an effectual mixing pot of vastly different societies. Morocco itself represents a confluence of influences. These include Amazigh, Arab, Islamic, Sahrawi, Sub-Saharan African, Mediterranean, Andalusia, Jewish, European and more. And, for more than 300 years, the nearby regions of Tunisia and Algeria were part of the Turkish empire. In the late 16th century Turkish textile design became popular in the region of Rabat-Sale.

The birthplace of the Beni Mguild rug is a charming region of contrasts, with fertile green wheat fields and legume farms juxtaposed near to the Islamic dynasty cities —  the fascinating town of Fez, the imperial city of Meknes. And the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis also play a role in the area. The most unusually fine Beni Mguild pile rugs have their origin in the central Middle Atlas circa 1920s/30s. Some Beni Mguild originate from an area in the western foothills of the Middle Atlas north, north-west of Boujad, Morocco. The Middle Atlas stands entirely within Moroccan borders, and is the northernmost of the three Atlas ranges.

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Here are a few ideas to adding a Beni Mguild and all its gorgeousness to your home:

Make it the focal point. Its color- if you’re not a pure boho style with all patterns and color all the time -can be the perfect balance to your neutral furniture. It will become a conversation piece! Which I love because I love different cultures and I love things that remind us that we are not the only great culture that exists in this world. 

Go modern. Whether its a mid-century modern piece or a contemporary modern piece of furniture (think acrylic). Those things always always work with one of these rugs. 

Use white. If you’re like me, I need help incorporating color into my life. My home, my wardrobe..I am typically scared of it. But you cant go wrong with a Beni Mguild and a fresh white loveseat or sheepskin rug. For me its about balance. 

Flip it over. Yes. They’re in most cases reversible. Who knew? Because of the unique way they are hand knotted the underside of a Beni is typically flat woven. It gives a whole other feel for warmer months of the year but still will show its amazing color and detail. 

An authentic Moroccan rug like this brings warmth and soul to any home. These rugs are lovely in living rooms, bedrooms or kids rooms. Essential to any home interior! Gives a great authentic feel to your unique home.


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This is a typical beni mguild rug design of Moroccan berber rugs. Offered to you by trusted Moroccan company, owned by locals. If this particular design doesn’t meet you taste, we have a wide range of berber rugs to enhance your home decor. Moroccan artisanal rugs are our specialty and we ship worldwide


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