Several years ago Beni Ourain rugs were quite popular in the U.S. These were made by nomadic tribes in the Atlas Mountains spanning Morocco and Algeria. Raw white wool patterned with black or gray stripes or swatches with a long nap made them easily recognizable. We featured a small piece about Beni Ourains here.
Today we are showing a new take on the Beni Ourain idea. These rugs are purposefully designed rather than adhering to traditional tribal patterns. They are overall whiter and brighter and incorporate more than one accent color or color tone.
All are hand-knotted in India of wool and mohair and are available in all standard sizes.