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Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'
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Brown Magic - 5.4' x 8.85'

Regular price $1,750.00 Sale price $2,000.00

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Casablanca Brown Magic is a contemporary Mrirt rug. Very densely knotted, this high quality wool rug has fringes on one end only. This is the perfect piece for a minimalist, boho chic and modern décor for your living room and bedroom.

Handmade with 100% natural wool, Mrirt Moroccan rugs are probably the most comfortable and cozier rugs you will ever encounter. If you are looking for something soft and plush to walk on, this rug is perfect!

  • Origin: Morocco
  • Material: 100% natural sheep wool
  • Dimensions: 5.4' x 8.85'
  • Shipping: Free shipping to Canada  

 

A bit of history:

Used by Le Corbusier in his Villa La Roche in Paris, by Alvar Aalto in his house in Finland, described as ‘the huge lines’ by Matisse and photographed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Pennsylvania, the Beni Ourain rugs are undoubtedly the most famous Moroccan rugs of all times. They usually have geometric pattern and a cream / ivory background with a dense pile. These rugs have been handmade by women of the Beni Ourain tribes in the Middle Atlas Mountains for centuries. Their contemporary version is called in Morocco Mrirt or Beni Mrirt because, today, they are made in the city of Mrirt.

 

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