Boston Globe: Visions of Morocco, By Marni Elyse Katz

Visions of Morocco By Marni Elyse Katz GLOBE STAFF OCTOBER 30, 2015 JUST AS Frank Lloyd Wright outfitted the interiors of his architectural masterpieces with Persian carpets, today’s designers favor Moroccan rugs, be it a Beni Ourain in a contemporary living room or a Bourcherouite rug in a Scandinavian-style flat. A gorgeous array of Moroccan carpets […]

Imports from Marrakesh POP-UP @ BOSTON DESIGN CENTER

Boston interior designers get first dibs on our new stunning collection of Beni Ourain and Boujad, and Beni Mguild tribal carpets at the Boston Design Center! #bosdesignmarket These hand-woven Moroccan carpets bring texture and warmth into a traditional or bohemian modern home, and over the past century they have become a design classic. We invite […]

Back to the Souk: Beni Ourain {New Introductions}

The old Berber women who weave our Beni Ourain carpets have tattoos on their faces, henna on their fingertips, and they learned how to warp a loom from their great grandmothers. They have spend their entire lives in a remote village in the Middle Atlas Mountains sipping mint tea and spinning wool. Each weaver signs […]


Now is the time to get that authentic Beni Ourain carpet you’ve always wanted for your   home or office….we are having a Special Sale on our Beni Ourain Carpets. All of the Beni Ourain Carpets posted on our new online SHOP are 20% off the listed price.  We are celebrating our new collection of contemporary Beni Ourain rugs […]

SPRING SALE! Moroccan Wedding Blankets 20% up to 30% off

Dreaming of a Bohemian bedroom? Add a sparkling Moroccan wedding blanket + a  set of indigo blue pillows for an easy exotic transformation. Now our exclusive online collection of exceptional vintage Moroccan wedding blankets are on sale for the month of April, 2015. Save 20% up to 30% off  @ our new online SHOP + […]


We’ve come to Marrakech, the swirling heart of Morocco at the base of the Atlas Mountains, at the urging of Sam’s friend Mohamed. The two met when Sam became entranced with a lamp that hung in the window of Mohamed’s New York shop, which sells all things Moroccan. Sam went in for a closer look. […]