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  • 5 Insider Tricks to Finding the Right Moroccan Rug For You

5 Insider Tricks to Finding the Right Moroccan Rug For You

5 Insider Tricks to Finding the Right Moroccan Rug For You

Moroccan carpets have been around for centuries, but they're quickly becoming a must-have in elegant, modern houses. They not only give tenderness and warmth, but they also make a striking and stunning centerpiece. With so many alternatives available, it's difficult to know which to choose and how to detect a good one. Here are some pointers to help you pick the ideal magic carpet for your house.



  1. Expect Imperfections

Moroccan rugs will never be perfect, but that's what makes them so special. They are handmade by artisans who will often use recycled materials to create them. This means inconsistencies in size, dye, and pattern are to be expected. The important thing to remember is that it doesn't matter if your rug is slightly different from the images in glossy brochures. If a design really moves you, it will still look beautiful.

  1. Don't Settle For Synthetic Materials

You'll find lots of rugs out there made from synthetic materials. These are very affordable, but they're also flimsy, hard to clean, and prone to rips and tears. To test a rug's authenticity, try burning a small end. If it doesn't light or puts itself out, it's wool. If it ignites, it's synthetic. 

  1. Determine the Rug's Age

You can tell the age of a rug by the colors used. The older a rug is, the more faded the colors will be. This only adds to the charm of a vintage hide and is something you should embrace. If you want your carpet to stay looking vibrant, get a professional to clean it regularly.

  1. Size Doesn't Matter

Smaller rugs tend to be more attractive than larger ones as they are more compact and stylish. They are easier to maneuver and tend to blend in better in modern homes. Plus, remember that you can always layer a smaller rug atop a neutral jute rug, like we did in the initial version of our old living room — especially if you fall in love with one that isn't exactly the right size!

  1. Know Your Patterns

Another thing to look at when buying a new rug is the size. If a rug is too small, it will look cluttered and could even trip people up. If it's too big, it will make your room look empty, and the rug will lose its purpose. The next thing to look at is pattern. You need to choose a design that complements the color palette in your home. The best way to do this is to look at your sofa and upholstery in the room. Next, choose a rug that works with these colors and coordinates with your other accessories. If you can, spend some time in the room with the rug and get an idea of how it will infuse the space.


When choosing a Moroccan rug for your home, these tips will help you look beyond the price and focus on the most important thing — the design. You can choose from a huge range of styles and sizes, so if you fall in love with a pattern, it's simply a question of finding a rug that complements your room.

Are you looking for the highest quality moroccan rugs for your home? Atlas Weavers offer various designs and sizes of beautiful and bonafide Moroccan, Azilal, Boucherouite, and Ben Ourain rugs in our online shop. Our team is committed to delivering wonderful, long-lasting textiles while upholding traditions. Check out our selection of rugs today!