Moroccan handwoven rugs are crafted using natural Destris wool. These rugs feature distinctive Moroccan knots, traditionally made from jute or hemp in Morocco. However, the production of these woolen knots originated in the Ardabil province.
The texture of Moroccan rugs is unique, with both sides of the fabric displaying different patterns, allowing for versatile usage. Notably, these rugs are resistant to fluffing and lack the plushness and softness commonly found in carpets. They possess a substantial weight, ensuring they remain firmly in place on the floor.
Moreover, Moroccan rugs fall within the realm of modern furniture and seamlessly complement contemporary and minimalist design styles.
Dimensions: 1.18×0.8×0.02 meters
Approximate weight: 5 kg
Size: 1 square meter
Texture type: flat
Fabrication place: Ardabil
Lining material: wool
Material of warp thread: wool
Material of weft thread: wool
Material of sleeping yarn: wool
Node density: 30
The height of the sleeping thread: 2 cm
Background color: cream
How to dye: Traditional using natural colors