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Collection: Moroccan Rug

Moroccan Rug

Bring a modern and bohemian aesthetic to your interiors with this exquisitely unique Moroccan rug from Amara. This ultra-plush rug made of wool and viscose will add warmth to your home. This rug is made of durable materials, so it will not only look good, but will also last a long time. It is soft and plush underfoot, and its pattern adds flair to your interior design. Our Moroccan rugs are simple-to-clean. They are available in a variety of sizes and hues, allowing you to enjoy your time at home.

In addition to Amazigh or Berber, Moroccan rugs are also known for their asymmetrical beauty. Favored for their exuberance and often made of wool with abstract, vibrant patterns. We are experts in antique Moroccan rugs, so Amara can provide you with an eye-catching piece for your home as well as an heirloom to cherish and pass down for generations.

This rug will completely transform your interior and infuse it with soul. This one-of-a-kind item is unbelievably soft and of exceptional quality; it was crafted using ancient techniques to last a lifetime.


Moroccan Rug

What color should be used on contemporary rugs for living room?

Darker, more opulent hues help define an intimate space, whereas lighter hues make a smaller room appear larger. Spicy hues such as yellow, orange, and red add warmth, whereas cool hues create tranquility, particularly in a brightly lit room. A Moroccan rug is ideal in a sophisticated setting with red and brown hues, as it allows you to create an atmosphere that is conducive to relaxation.

Are Moroccan rugs of good quality?

High-quality Moroccan rugs clean beautifully and will last a lifetime for their owners. High-quality Moroccan rugs feature lustrous wool and vibrant hues. They are rugs that never fail to make you smile.


What are Turkish carpets made of?

Cotton, silk, and wool, or a combination of these, are the most common materials used to create both Turkish and Moroccan rugs. Whether a material is hand-spun or machine-spun frequently determines the price.