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Warm & Cozy Colors CollectionThis vintage selection of hand picked rugs from a Taznakht village outside of Marrakech will be perfect for this fall season with its warm, cozy and vibrant colors.
Neutrals with a Berber Twist CollectionThis collection of rugs includes variations of black, white, gray and some easy on the eye colors complimented with Amazigh patterns that are known for bringing peace, calmness and serenity to the space.
Home & Garden PotteryOur collection came to life in our beloved city Marrakech, where tradition and modernity find the perfect balance. We have partnered with skillful artisans in Marrakechwe learn from each other in designing and creating traditional styles with modern twist in Home and Garden pottery. If you have a design in mind we'll custom make it for you!
Local Artists Pick Rug CollectionThis is a collection of vintage and new rugs that made most local artist to pause and appreciate the creativity of crafts-woman-ship in Moroccan villages.
Small Area Berber RugsSmall Area Berber Rugs - Another small collection of hand picked pieces out customers love so much that they gifted them friends and family
Poufs, Ottomans & Floor SeatingCheckout our selection of the Bohemian-style wool poufs that have been making design magazine covers.
Measurements: Approximately 9ft x 6ft
Rug Style: Large size - Plush and soft
Region: Small Atlas
Made from 100% Premium quality live-sheep wool that was hand-washed, brushed, spun into yarn, color-dyed, and finally woven knot by knot... ALL with LOVE!
Duration to complete: 4-5 months
Age: New - Exclusively made for Marrakech Connection
One of our pieces we designed for our spring 2023 collection, a nice mix between neutrals and colors. This piece is unique, we custom designed it exclusively for Marrakech Connection customers
I was super excited to get my family in Morocco to agree to start making custom handmade rugs for my small business here in Charlotte, NC. This rug is made in a small village in the Atlas region that most Moroccans have never visited. This village is known for its high quality sheep wool, hence great rugs and highly skilled feisty berber women in rug making craftsmanship.
We want to thank you in advance for considering purchasing one of these art pieces and doing your part to keep the handmade rug tradition alive.
As a Moroccan-American, small business owner with family roots that are from this region, I am committed to giving back to these villages and keeping these traditions alive.
Cleaning - With proper care, this rug will last for many years. We recommend to vacuum sideways once per week. If there is a spill, spot-clean immediately with a wet towel. In some instances, professional cleaning is recommended. Pure wool rugs love sunshine. If you can expose them to the sun, they will appreciate it.
Refunds & Returns - Due to our small business structure and from where we source
"Owice, every single rug here is just beautiful. I'm having hard time deciding which is my favorite."
"Your selection of rugs is perfect for what we're looking for our clientele, and it's a lot better than what we've seen out there."
Timeless Reflections - Vintage Rug
"Thank you so much for my beautiful rug, I love it"
I always wondered what makes Moroccan architecture and craftsmanship so special... I have traveled to several countries and every time I visit a country I try to seek what's so special about that place or what makes it so unique. I check out its history, food, architecture and outdoors landscape.
But when you visit Morocco and walk around the country's Old Medinas winding alleys in its imperial cities like Marrakech, Fes, Meknes, you'll get transported 1000 years back in history. People still practice old professions the way they did back then. As an example the blacksmith is still making door locks in brass and pure copper dishes and sells them right there in front of you, people still processing leather in a tannery the same way they did 900 years ago, the Zellige tile craft-man still paints and cuts the pieces by hand and assembles them one by one.
I think the uniqueness lays in how people rejected to apply economies of scale to their businesses, they would rather make a 100 pieces by hand over 2 weeks period than a 1000 pieces a day with a machine. I once heard an old man in the alleys of Fes Medina saying to a tourist " You guys in the west invented clocks, we on the other hand have time"
Keeping these traditions a live and giving the opportunity to the American art lovers the chance to own part of it is one of the main drivers I launched Marrakech Connection in Charlotte, NC.