Collection: Boucherouite carpets

Boucherouite rugs get their name from the Moroccan/Arabic word bu sherwit, which means 'pieces of cloth scraps'.

The rugs were originally manufactured back in the 1960s when wool became a rare and attractive commodity. Boucherouite rugs were therefore often used as a cover on top of the more expensive wool rugs when children were playing, meals were eaten sitting etc.

Today, the boucherouite rugs are the modern rag rugs of our time, which are loved by many - and which are used on both the floor and the wall.

The popularity is probably due to the fact that a boucherouite rug is a work of art in itself and automatically brings to mind the Berber women who manage to assemble the humblest pieces of clothing into individual works of art, as no two rugs are alike.


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Boucherrouite carpets

Boucherouite rugs get their name from the Moroccan/Arabic word bu sherwit, which means 'pieces of cloth scraps'.

The carpets are all handmade from fabric and clothing scraps, and are characterized by the slight biases and uneven edges.

The materials that go into a handwoven boucherouite carpet are typically cotton, nylon and wool.

Today, the boucherouite rugs are the modern rag rugs of our time, which are loved by many - and which are used on both the floor and the wall.

The popularity is probably due to the fact that a boucherouite rug is a work of art in itself and automatically brings to mind the Berber women who manage to assemble the humblest pieces of clothing into individual works of art, as no two rugs are alike.