Atlas Weavers a premier supplier of Moroccan decorative rugs. Each rug is unique and of exceptional quality. They are hand woven by family women in our communities. We aim to preserve centuries-old traditions, using the finest grade natural spring wools, native dyes and herbal washes.
Atlas Weavers is committed to delivering beautiful long lasting textiles. As a native, it is my mission to bring the rich Moroccan tradition and culture of the Berber people to Western living spaces.
Beni Ouarians are considered the most prestigious of the Berber rugs. Simple geometric designs, neutral colourways and a deep, soft pile - minimalist luxury defined.
Kilim Rugs are tapestry weaves that have been found to date back to the fourth century. Our classic flat weave kilim rugs, feature bold designs and colours from natural dyes, made from high quality materials.
Truly authentic and beautiful rug. Colors were very accurate to the picture but the quality exceeded my expectations. I purchased a few rugs from atlas weavers and will be back for more. Exceptional customer service (the owner was so helpful and friendly even helping me pick out the rugs to fit my space).
Third rug from this shop. From customer service to end product - unparalleled.
Absolutely awesome and the photos were perfect. Looks beautiful on my floor...thanks!
Super communicative and really went above and beyond to get me what I need for a client on time! Really loved working with this company!
When I received this rug you could not get the smile off my face! The photos did not do it justice. The design is beautiful and unique. The quality is amazing. It is so thick and soft. And to ship all the way to Australia, it was so quick and easy. No issues at all.
It will definitely be a rug I adore for a very long time. Thank you so much!
The best. I want this rug in every room.
Absolutely love it! Worth every penny!
Rug is gorgeous. Super soft and thick. AW was very responsive and shipped the item to me in SF in just a few days.
Couldn't be happier with the new addition to our living room. A real showpiece!
Moroccan rugs and vintage Moroccan rugs are the most renowned types of area rug carpets available for purchase. Our quality is produced by the best grade Imazighen wool. Our collection is distinguished from other styles with distinctive features like weaving motifs and knot types as well as dyes made from local plants. Example the Moroccan knot known as the blind knot, that no one is using in their method of weaving any longer, but we kept this old heritage tradition the same that makes Atlas weavers the best genuine Moroccan rug in the market . We carry a wide selection of Moroccan designs carpets. Artists such as Delacroix and Matisse were heavily influenced by the colors of the Moroccan rugs. Matisse, who spent several years there, drew inspiration and techniques of colors from the Moroccan rug textiles.
Moroccan Azilal rugs are located between the High Atlas and the Middle Atlas mountains. Their style rugs are distinguishable by their use of wool and cotton during manufacturing, featuring vibrant colors with bold lines and diamond shapes that fit perfectly in modern living spaces or children's nurseries. Azilal also provides contemporary wool rugs featuring abstract designs similar to those produced in Ourika, a small town just 30 miles southwest of Marrakech by the water that bears that name. These colorful Moroccan carpets can also be found along the Ourika River which runs through it.
These Berber styles, known as Beni Ourain, Beni Alalaham, Beni Mguild and Marmoucha are tribal areas in Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains. You can identify them by their use of wool in production; simple patterns feature basic lines and subtle rambling brown and diamond shapes throughout. It should come as no surprise that this area has housed nearly 25% of Morocco's sheep population since 1991 - perfect for your home theaters or home offices!
Each tribal Moroccan rug has its own distinguishing components that help identify its origin tribe. This style can best be described by the Boucherouite area rug, which utilizes recycled materials. Unlike other Moroccan rugs, however, the name does not only refer to its origin but rather the design - Boucherouite literally translates as "piece of cloth".
Boujad-origin Moroccan rugs are handcrafted from wool with natural dyes that incorporate traditional Moroccan designs. This small town in Chaouia-Ouardigha region of Morocco was once a sacred site that belonged to many tribes. You can choose from an array of colors, weaves, and compositions; each rug uses twice as many horizontal knots per square inch than vertical knots for its limp profile that makes it easy to move in any room. They come in reds as well as purples; their bold hues have been described by some as surrealist or hypnotic.
Flat woven Moroccan rugs, or kilims are the best option if you need a rug that can be used both indoors and outdoors. Since they lack piles, the structure of these flatwoven rugs is easily recognized by their light, thin structure. Some Moroccan Kilims (Beni Ourain Kilims) feature lovely looped designs.
You can vacuum the rug often as you need on a high level and on a low level setting once a while.Stains, use a toothbrush, mix in a cup, little white vinegar, water, woolite soap, or dish soap and brush gently, they come out. If you spell a glass of red wine, Blot the stain This will help you to lift as much wine from the rug as possible. Do not rub the stain. Do about 4 times with water, clean white towel and blot and rinse the towel.Regular maintenance for your Moroccan rug is essential. Cleaning them is a cinch; just follow these simple steps and your rug will look brand new again in no time! Use a rug beater to remove dirt and dust from the rug; this will make washing it easier if any loose particles are removed to effectively clean a rug's surface, use water and detergent to wash its fibers. Be sure to do this flat on the ground; do not hang it up. Finally, rinse with water once you've finished washing, after letting it air-dry outdoors. Make sure the rug has dried completely before placing it on the floor so that sunlight can help with this task.