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This vintage Boujaad Rug is originally Weaved on traditional weaving looms in Morocco by Berbers in the high-middle Atlas Mountains in Morocco, making each rug different and rare to find the same one, and are simply beautiful. They are made from natural sheep wool with natural dye, and have wonderful designs.


These earthy designs are layered over a rich field of tawny, The stunning mix of glyphs featured on this rug showcase the hand made qualities that make Moroccan rugs so desirable, These ancient symbols are made up of a variety of crosses, stars, diamonds, as well as other earthy, geometric designs.


Each rug tells the story of the weaver and symbolises their life in patterns. The tribal patterns can tell stories of life, death, beliefs, appreciation or major life events.

Welcome to the Beautiful world of Berber rugs

This vintage Boujaad Rug is originally Weaved on traditional weaving looms in Morocco by Berbers in the high-middle Atlas Mountains in Morocco, making each rug different and rare to find the same one, and are simply beautiful. They are made from natural sheep wool with natural dye, and have wonderful designs.

These earthy designs are layered over a rich field of tawny, The stunning mix of glyphs featured on this rug showcase the hand made qualities that make Moroccan rugs so desirable, These ancient symbols are made up of a variety of crosses, stars, diamonds, as well as other earthy, geometric designs.

Each rug tells the story of the weaver and symbolises their life in patterns. The tribal patterns can tell stories of life, death, beliefs, appreciation or major life events.

If there was a rug out there that would be considered as the quintessential rug to get for people invested in the world of idolizing and consuming luxury goods of the Berber’s carpet constitution, that rug would be no other than the canonized BOUJAAD rugs. This attribution of public affection of the rugs is not something that would be considered surprising to anyone viewing the BOUJAAD rugs – not just the people who are closely attuned to the activities of the rug community. The rugs are perfect for anyone looking to immerse themselves into Berber rugs fully and without safety because they really do offer many great qualities that are representative of typical iconic Berber rugs, and these features have effects that can leave people awing for a few minutes to having complete and lifelong ideology reconstructions so as to match up with the vibes emanating from these mystical luxury rugs. The designs both in visual composition and on a material-feel basis are undoubtedly gorgeous, and offer exemplary works of art on premium furry canvases that any individual into interior design should have or at least respect the beguiling faculties that these luxury goods possess.

BOUJAAD rugs are always challenging for many to describe in terms of appearance because there isn’t a general pattern that is being followed, there isn’t a specific regard of composition, and that means that these rugs can look as distinctive as a miner on a train and a camel holding a bone, or a demon’s lair and an angel’s garden – that isn’t to say that the illustrations necessarily look like this or can possibly depict any of this, but it gives a general idea on how different any two BOUJAAD rugs put together in random can look. BOUJAAD rugs do have stories, ideas or symbols that you can typically discern from them, but in general, they are depicting completely different information.

There is a range of themes that anyone can pick out from BOUJAAD rugs and it’s always the ability of the rugs to predominantly be symbols of female empowerment that shakes things up in terms of value. All this is so because having a potential meaning that a person can strive to decipher is an ensurer of value. Knowing that the rug is of value because it is pro-femme is refreshing, and is an angle that is responsible for much of the value attributed to the rugs – along with the premium materials used to make the rugs. Things aren’t composed all willy-nilly, and the fact that BOUJAAD rugs are hard to describe should be viewed more in a positive light as they do indeed look vastly different, that doesn’t mean it would be impossible to identify the rugs as BOUJAADs – and it is in this space where they have something to showcase their BOUJAAD roots without having something as a sort of unofficial trademark is where these rugs shine and earn their iconic status.

Berber rugs have a look?

Well, not necessarily as the imagery is wholly unique, however the themes remain widely consistent, but if they were to have a look, and that look was to be widely considered the official display-front of Berber rugs, the infinitely ego-defying look of BOUJAAD rugs would surely be pointed out as the “bingo” designs in this case because they extensively utilize patterns of illustrations that are wholly inspired by illustrious rugs of Berbers of the Atlas mountainous regions.

If a BOUJAAD rug was to land in the hands of a lay person, and they were to be asked to describe the look of the illustrations on the BOUJAAD rugs, there is a high probability that they would say the rugs resemble images on kaleidoscopes, and that is a completely reasonable answer because these rugs have this “tribal kaleidoscope” vibe to them that is wholly uncanny, iconic, captivating, and religiously of Berber inspiration, and that makes the rugs earn the title of being the “image that usually comes to mind when individuals are asked to think about vintage rugs”.

The constant references to BOUJAAD rugs in terms of design could be because the luxury goods are stupendously pleasing to observe, and that quality allows for the imagery to stay with a lot of people later on. The warm colours of the BOUJAAD rugs are perhaps among the major reasons as to why the rugs are very pleasing to us because they come off as calming, vibrant and are perfect for bringing out the tribal themes that most luxury goods of Berber origin possess in their illustrational designs.

BOUJAAD rugs take a lot of inspiration from other kinds of Moroccan Berber rugs, and have been widely considered the rugs to get for anyone looking to have a mix of many kinds of rugs in a single package, and this is completely true because these rugs truly go above and beyond in the creativity department.

BOUJAAD rugs’ warm colours that seemingly induce psychological well-being are placed so that they form the content of illustrations of the distinctive and appealing shapes of the luxury goods, and in this manner, they form great figures and symbols that are often attributed to specific meanings, however symbolism isn’t an especially huge part of what draws people towards these rugs as there other rugs that are made especially for this purpose, but it is still possible to derive stories from these luxury goods as they aren’t composed just so that they can be produced – weavers working on the rugs allow for the design to take hold based on the imagery they want the rugs to illustrate, and the stories they want the rugs to tell – and so, there is no shortage of information and intention in the rugs. Judging for testimonials from consumers of these luxury goods, this is far from a mischaracterization, and go further by sharing that it’s amazing how much influence a piece of art can have on individuals, and have constantly pushed individuals who can afford one of these hypnotizing rugs to acquire one before they are too rare and hard for even rug enthusiasts with the financial means and knowledge to purchase these rugs to find.

BOUJAAD rugs are originally from the Al Haouz region of the Middle Atlas mountain in the western corner of North Africa, and is the sole place in the world where these rugs are made. This fact allows for the rampant scarcity of these rugs, and can make these rugs cost staggeringly more each time they are resold.


BOUJAAD rugs, like many other Berber rugs were made only by women so to be used in their own homes as décor describers; on floors the floors and to serve as seat covers, and bedspreads or blankets when cold temperatures are at their zenith. The rugs are generally tighter in comparison to other rugs, and so require less wool to fabricate. This is done to help weavers cram as many intricate geometric patterns as possible, which the rugs are famous for as well as being a little coarser to the touch compared to other luxury goods of a similar nature. The fabrication is a time-eating process that can take upwards of a month to be woven by hand and for the design to be fully realized and understood by the weaver before embarking on the finalization of the completed BOUJAAD rug by drying it under the sun. This time and individuality in rug-making ensures that no two BOUJAAD rugs are the same, and so owners can rest assured knowing that they do indeed are the only ones in possession of the imagery that they’ve gone too fond of to the point where they can call it love.


Berber culture is a significant part of BOUJAAD rugs, actually, all Berber rugs, the connection is an important one as the luxury goods are some of the most popular products that have come out of the region, and have been spreading word about the culture in the Berber’s territory. All this has drawn a lot of attention for the regions, and has gotten many individuals to tour the regions, and in so doing, have helped the territories in the region thrive and develop because of the market that those luxury goods abroad have brought.


BOUJAAD rugs have extremely vivid colouration on them that makes the designs pop. As the rugs age, they start to emanate pastel tones that are just as pretty to observe, and are often a testament of a more valuable rug because they are get increasingly rarer to come by. The rugs usually have red, purple, pink and orange hues that age to their pastel forms. The sources of colour are wholly from natural products like flowers, berries, leaves and henna, and some of these products are extremely rare to come by, and so to many, knowing that the rug is one of a kind in more ways than one is nice to know.

For the interested

If you’ve ever heard of the fashion photographer Mario Testino, chances are that you’ve also heard about her art-filled Los Angeles home that holds many kinds of rugs, including Moroccan rugs. Entering her home for the first time, you are bound to be met with surprise. Her home answers the question “how much high-art is too much.” – the answer is, no, and it never should be because art is beautiful, and there is no reason that it should not be everywhere.


Quality Handcraft has a deft selection of luxury rugs available to purchase as luxury gifts for yourself or others with the wherewithal you’ve been saving for rugs to help beautifully tie your rooms together. You can also get luxury handmade rugs online like modern handmade rugs as well as vintage Persian rugs and modern designer rugs from the stylish assortment of designer rugs available to purchase from the website. There are large Moroccan handmade rugs there and even miniscule handmade rugs available for you to buy online.


Each Berber rug was painstakingly hunted for by rug enthusiasts during their excursions to the Berber regions, including Al Haouz in the Atlas Mountain Highlands to meet with the weavers of the BOUJAAD. They selected the most interesting rugs in terms of their history and symbolism; the ones that have shown to have the most promise in delivering in those two factors – equally or exceedingly so have made it among the list of other rugs available to sale.

In any rug symposium, there is a lot of various carpets to choose from, all of different sizes and imagery, and all this has made it a unique collection of ever-evolving artworks that everyone should have already been aware of their immense value as of late.  There are large handmade rugs, modern handmade rugs, designer rugs, modern designer rugs and even vintage Persian rugs for sale which are among the most expensive types of carpets on Earth, however only the traditional Persian rugs are fetched for the highest prices, and the BOUJAAD rugs are no different in those respects because offer stupendously iconic illustrations as well as some great symbolism to back them, and that all helps shoot its value sky-high.

Many Moroccan rugs, and other kinds of vintage rugs available on the market often get overshadowed by more popular rugs that have made it big in the mainstream landscape. BOUJAAD’s aren’t that type of rug – they aren’t a wholly new discovery that a consumer can make it their mission to popularize, and they aren’t just know by just a few hundred people. BOUJAAD’s are wholly mainstream, and for the consumer looking to find something that isn’t well known, there are many selections of rugs that you can browse through to help your rug fantasy come to life.

BOUJAAD’s are the among the first choices for individuals looking to really get a lot of the vibes that you can individually find in different Moroccan Berber rugs, all in one spot, and have been widely considered one of the more ultimate rugs because they aren’t like that -- they don’t exist in many versions that are available for sale, they exist as single entities that carry a lot of influences from many other kinds of Moroccan rugs, and they are completely worth checking out, and this goes without a doubt.

Vintage Still Strong in the Digital Age


There are many vintage rugs of vastly different variety available to purchase, and Moroccan rugs really seem to be one of the rugs dominating the rug species currently on the market as art pieces that you can take home and snuggle with however long you want. It's really a lot of stuff, and often people are shocked at how much variety and impressiveness is available in this really vast crunch of unique products circulating the home decor market, and even the high art market, really -- some rugs are priceless assets that have been owned by some of the wealthiest and famous individuals of all time. Take carpet-seller Amber El-Amin's carpet collection for example. Those luxury goods are priceless, chic and look incredible in her home's rooms, and although there are other luxurious goods to tie her rooms together, the rugs do a lot of good work with pulling off the vibe. Ownership status is great for the value of rugs, and can really help sky-rocket the price of these rugs -- such that, when they're resold, they cost staggering amounts of money.


NFTs represent some of the fears that have arisen and burgeoned in communities and spaces where tangible art is adored. With the digital age seemingly taking over at really fast rates, it is a very real issue when material value isn't what is of worth. It's all about the visuals these days, and that is why paintings are thriving in the digital landscape without much trouble, but more physically appealing products like sculptures are met with less demand. Take the astonishing works of Simon Cowell and Irina French as artists who are getting much success with digital art as examples. Luxury goods will need to find something that stabilizes their relevance. Soon enough, history might be a bigger defining factor of a painting, and not ideas, and the extent of usability is the only way that they can ensure they stay as relevant and valuable as possible. Remember this, unless it's something you need, you won't really care about something you lost last year that much, but you'll cherish that which you lost in 2008, and maybe you'd make something you didn't know in 1369 more valuable than anything else you own because that's something special. In that way, not everything is special, something needs to change, we need to find a way to make everything valuable, or we'll have to enter a world where we need to struggle to be treated as important.


The craftspeople responsible for Moroccan rugs did struggle because they do know this truth, and the fact that those rugs are in many posh homes today, many surely are in the houses of the people who own NFTs. It's important to remember that earning a right to be of value is a contributor of great value because the value-game is rigged, and that means that Moroccan rugs are a triumph unlike all else because our values of the past are being replaced by the digital world, but should we really be ready to discard one art form because there is a more convenient art form outside the one we want? Is it possible that an artist outside the digital world could have used the digital world to make something valuable as well, and succeed? The best consumers could do is give artists the dignity of being contemporary, even if they're vintage.


Surely Moroccan rugs are famous for some reason you are eager to know about, and simply, that broad attractiveness stems from the unreal variety of Moroccan rugs and all the special stuff in the design that they have to offer. Moroccan rugs can be classified because the luxury goods usually have themes that are really indicative of the Moroccan rugs brand, and is the thing that creates much distinction that defines the differences between one species of rugs from another. Moroccan rugs will never be Persian rugs, and that is why a person can like one species more than another, and for a long time, that has been the sole law automating the governance of the art-consumer system that allows for the luxury goods to come to prominence as individual pieces -- with an extreme focus on improving on a style -- and not trying to be what it's not. This has pushed creativity forward.


Vintage rugs have an inkling of taking inspiration from Venn diagrams as it is common to see some unique Moroccan luxury rugs take inspiration from other Moroccan luxury goods that are already in wide-spread existence. These luxury goods offer a unique mix of characteristics that are unique to Moroccan rugs and are utilized in a manner that's original but different enough to offer something captivating that can draw new blood into the consumer circles, but can also manage to keep the people who always enjoyed Moroccan rugs ready to explore more of what they can purchase.


The Beni Boujads are often considered to be the magnum opus of Moroccan rugs because they really do utilize the Venn-diagram feature of Moroccan rugs to create a line of rugs that extensively takes inspiration from other kinds of rugs to create something that is more consumer-care forward. The rugs are smothered with colour. Often, beyond the visual designs, the value of the luxury goods is determined by the number of knots per unit area. Those with larger knot counts take longer to make and are regularly of more value. Beni Boujads aren't an exception to this knots rule. Beni Boujads are visual stunners, and that is because they utilize quite a lot of colour in their visual design, and that is why the colours saturate as much spaces on the rugs with colour, and that is because the craftspeople want to fit in as much of their vision into the piece as possible. Sometimes, not as much space is needed, but many more times, most of that space is utilized to create something wholly beautiful.


The vintage rugs with a Moroccan minimalistic style are among the most popular luxury goods from the Moroccan-rugs line. These rugs are usually utilizing monochrome shades with some use of even more varied colours in smaller sections of the composition to achieve an effect that is both elegant and impressive. Take the Beni Ourains' surge to popularity. The luxury goods are notorious for utilizing monotone colouration, and in this way, they become the perfect mainstream product because they're simply elegant and not in search for anything immensely impressive, instead they get viewed as the laid-back and cool designs that are irrespective of much of bohemian culture, and impressively so by still being able to be part of the system that makes Moroccan rugs the brand it regards itself as today.

There are some rugs that harbour a lot of attention because they utilize symbolism. This creates an opening where the luxury goods can be encouraging something that a consumer might be needing reassurance on, and can be the things to provide the place where consumers want to pay attention. There are Moroccan rugs that are explicitly known for their obvious utilization of symbolism, say the Azilals, and they seem to thrive with consumers looking to discover something about themselves by adopting bohemian culture. That is to say that the irregularities of bohemians might be a self-reflection where there is not much linkage with the mainstream. That cleavage means they get to learn so much about themselves without the interference of the roaring markets, and they develop and possibly arrive at a place within themselves where they get to live their ideologies in the tangible world, where descriptions are no respecter of locale.

There are some rugs that really take the idea of abstract art to the next level. They create a whole culture around the importance of inclusivity and the fact that beauty and big value can be found in some of the most unexpected places.


Boucherouite rugs are a colour fantasy, and really, no one would dare roast these because they seemingly carry so much heart and love in their abstract designs that it shocks people how random patterns can be so moving that they evoke feelings of emotional-unity. They are often super messy, so don't expect anything like minimalistic rug, really know that those kinds of rugs are utter opposites, and you'll have a great start at finding the rug you're looking for.


Urban Carpets are a beloved entity of its own. These knots are adored because they encompass so much that meets the expectations of those in favour of contemporary ideals, and that just happens to be a majority of the global population. Urban carpets are usually taking the form of styles of vintage rugs that are very popular and they often have a twist to them that makes them super trendy and pro-creativity. The Beni Mrirts are the newer style of Moroccan rugs that embodies all the major urban carpet features.

Vintage Moroccan rugs are the luxury goods from Morocco of origin in the mid 20th century and are renowned for their beautiful and unique approach to patterning and weaving to arrive at bold art works.


This has made the products among the most defining of the modern carpet world, but also the vintage carpet world because they do take inspiration from a lot of what was trendy in the past and have improved on all the things that make the rugs such people-drawers. These rugs are often fabricated to last a really long time. They can last 25-125 years, but that depends on how well they're taken care of, and each rug requires a different process. Often, the vibrant colours age into pastels that are just as pretty, if not better. The luxury goods that are with visuals that are getting more pastel are usually priced higher because of this.


In a world where the digital landscape is a thriving phenomenon that keeps on attracting more and more people towards it and away from tangible value. People are learning how to not live with clutter, and that can be something of contention to luxury tangible goods because in the modern world, something real and tangible isn't essentially something that has worth, and it says a lot about where beauty lies -- it is no longer either with the object or the beholder, but it is with the person with the power to control a conversation. This whole dynamic raises issues on whether beauty and art need to be defined or whether the gamble to trust that to be a decision of things can be made by other for others. It is important to take part in a conversation, and to fight for what you believe to be right because enabling is essentially taking power away from the things that are of value to you the most. This is essentially why cheating is so frowned upon in the art industry, it doesn't allow for transparency as other voices that had the right to speak suddenly lose their ability to influence. Moroccan rugs have found an interesting way to deal with this dilemma.


Consumers' Section

Vintage rugs have always been popularized because they come in stunningly different varieties. The broad variety has allowed the luxury goods to amass a large number of rug-lovers because there is something for everyone in the assortment of luxury rugs. The best way to experience the rug community is by finding a place where rugs are sold but includes the right amount of variety with a great selection by a person with superb taste, and it all comes together to create a cool vibe of the luxury goods' assortment that can make exploring the rug communities, symbolism around them, and their history an exciting excursion for anyone looking for something fresh to value.


QualityHandcraft has a humungous selection of the highest quality handmade vintage Moroccan Berber rugs available to purchase as luxury gifts for yourself or others. You can also buy luxury handmade rugs online like vintage Persian rugs as well as modern designer rugs and modern handmade rugs from their assortment of designer rugs if you have an unquenchable desire to acquire more, however, there truly are no social limits of ownership as some homes have dozens in intimate spaces alone. There is a huge number Moroccan handmade rugs there on the website available to buy, and even baby-size, but cute handmade rugs that are wholly themselves in their anti-libertine style and they are available for you to buy online.


In the rug community, there is a lot of to choose from, and all this has made it a very overwhelming process because many find that they have a hard time choosing the perfect rug for them -- of very stylish and intelligent works of art. The solution offered is for them to learn about all the different types of rugs available for purchase before they go shopping. There are designer rugs, modern handmade rugs, large handmade rugs, modern designer rugs, and even vintage Persian rugs for sale available, and the


Persian rugs in particular know how to acquire the largest price tags, and are widely considered among the most famed and expensive types of carpets in the world, however, only the traditional Persian rugs are usually the most expensive, but that’s not to say that other kinds of rugs don't deserve any love. Status doesn't equal value and you might be shocked about how some rugs might be of more value to you than Persian rugs -- well that's for people who don't care about status, and if that's you, Moroccan rugs are something you absolutely need to look into.





  • 8' 9 X 6' 4
  • Red
  • Wool
  • Hand-Knotted

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