Boucherouite Rugs

Boucherouite Rugs


      The term "boucherouite" comes from the Arabic word "bu sherwit," which means "a piece torn from used clothing." These rugs are made using recycled textiles, such as fabric remnants, old clothing, and other discarded materials.

      While boucherouite rugs are not associated with a specific tribe, they are crafted by artisans from various Berber communities across Morocco, each contributing their unique artistic style and cultural influences to the rugs they create.

      Each rug in our captivating Mazigh Boucherouite collection tells a unique story of ingenuity and resourcefulness through its unconventional materials and striking design.

      Handcrafted by talented artisans in Morocco, Boucherouite rugs are created using  discarded materials which are transformed into stunning works of art, showcasing the artisans' talent and their commitment to sustainability.

      Embrace the bold and playful nature of our Boucherouite rugs. With their kaleidoscope of colors and whimsical patterns, they bring a burst of joy and personality to any space. From geometric shapes to abstract motifs, each rug is a testament to the artisan's artistic expression and their ability to breathe new life into discarded fabrics.

      The tactile experience of our Boucherouite rugs is equally delightful. Soft underfoot, these rugs add a cozy layer of comfort to your home while showcasing the textures and unique combinations of fabrics.

      By bringing one of these remarkable rugs into your home, you not only elevate your space with its vibrant charm but also contribute to the preservation of the environment and support the artisans who craft them.

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