Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Ourika Rug, "The Imogen", Colorful Rug, Bohemian, Pink Rug, Tribal, Boho, Berber Rug
VINTAGE MOROCCAN BOUCHEROUITE OURIKA RUG // "THE IMOGEN" - handwoven - traditional geometric Berber motifs weaved throughout - low profile, durable weave - fringe on one end, woven on the other - hand washed and dried in the sun size: 8.5 ft (including fringe) x 4.58 ft // 102" (including fringe) x 55" color: hot pink, salmon, cornflower blue, yellow, mint green, brown, tan, cream material: wool + cotton origin: handwoven in morocco *this is a vintage item, meaning there may be slight…
This rug helps you entertain with it’s layers of mixed patterns creating great interest for the eye. Available in brown and ivory to make it easy to style in your favorite spaces. Due to the handmade quality of our rugs, they may vary slightly in size and/or color. Rug pattern is scaled to rug size and may vary from the images shown.
"I really consider this main room as the heart of our home. Most importantly I wanted it to feel comfortable and welcoming. I wanted it to be a place where my people wanted to come together and just talk about their days. Since it is a statement area of our home, I also wanted it to reflect our modern + unique design aesthetic." Influencer: Kailee Wright Designer: Ashley Cooper Photographer: Aubrey Taiese #livingroomdecorideasmodern
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