We just started selling Azilal Rugs from the Moroccan Souks and I have become obsessed with these beauties! They are made by tribes of the Azilal province in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. They range from diamond, symmetrical patterns to free form abstracts and are all one of a kind pieces! Most vintage pieces date from the 1960s-1980s. They are made out of single tied wool with natural dye. I think they add the perfect touch to any room! Have a look below:)
I was recently pinning away on Pinterest and came across this image. It was taken by the talented Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer and styled by her sister, Julia Mincarelli. This dynamic duo styled and shot a Danish monochrome apart this past January. It is simply gorgeous. What I want to point out is the bed spread! It’s just like our ‘QUEENIE’ BERBER WOOL BLANKET! They use it as the top layer of this bed dressing. It’s such a wonderful textured addition to the room! So if you are looking to duplicate this style, click HERE!
And of course I have to share a few other images of this lovely apt:)
Hope you found a little bit of styling inspiration!
When I first selected my first batch of rag rugs, I had mediocre expectations. They looked really cool from the pictures but man oh man they are just SO incredible up close and personal! One of my favorite aspects is that they are created by recycled clothing, basically whatever the artist could get their hand on. The patterns range from diamond, symmetrical, to free form abstracts. These one of a kind pieces are a gem that everyone should have in their household!
One of my dear friends and I always joke about how you need a little ‘color pop’ in your life; from what you wear down, color you paint your nails, to how you style your living room. These beauties definitely add a ‘color pop’ to a room or space!