Vintage Moroccan Rug BB5755
This circa-1940 vintage Moroccan wool pile vintage area rug consists of an all-over linear pattern in brown against a neutral cream background. The stark minimalism of the vintage carpet makes it an intriguing find for modernist collectors. Moroccan rugs have typically been woven by tribal peoples for their utility rather than for decoration.
These vintage carpets experienced a growth in popularity in the West when mid-century modern designers such as Le Corbusier paired the thick piled Berber antique area rugs with their minimalist furniture. Many of these Berber carpets are woven by the Beni Ourain peoples from the Rif Mountains near the city of Taza in northern Morocco. Colors vary from neutral shades to bright, stand-out hues, with designs ranging from geometric simplicity to free-flowing abstraction. The primitivist feel of many Moroccan rugs for sale makes them attractive to modernist collectors.
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