Originally, the Berber rugs were knotted by a North African ethnic group called "Berber" according to traditional knotting techniques. These knotted the cuddly rugs in elaborate handwork and used the wool of their sheep and goats, similar to our nomadic rugs.
What makes the Berber rug unique?
Berber rugs are known for being incredibly soft and cozy. In addition, this type of rug is often high pile and very simple in color. Beige, brown and gray shades fit perfectly into the concept of a Berber rug. Genuine Berber rugs with colored sections are rare to find and therefore also very special. Classic Marocain Berber rugs are knotted with diamond patterns and thus have a timeless design. The virgin wool of our Berber rugs is very high quality and durable. Due to the high residual fat content in the wool, the rugs are very easy to maintain and extraordinarily robust.
Our unique Berber rugs come mostly from India and were hand-knotted there in small workshops controlled by us and by talented weavers. It is a particularly time-intensive handwork and requires a high degree of skill, which the weavers prove with their wonderful Berber unique pieces.
Why do Berber rugs fit into any interior design?
Berber rugs are timeless and therefore fit into the most diverse interior concepts. Whether you prefer the classic, modern or rustic style of living, our Berber rugs adapt to the style of living and convince with their warm appearance. Because a Berber rug usually has solid colors, it is particularly easy to integrate it into a living space. The cuddly soft wool keeps both your feet warm and exudes comfort and well-being.