From the glittering coastlines of Casablanca and Tangier to the snake charmers and spices in the air of bazaars in Marrakech, Morocco suggests an exciting backdrop for a luxurious and dramatic style.
September 23rd, 2011
Moroccan finishes make reference to styles from France, Portugal, Spain and strong Islamic influences are noticeable.
Casablanca was inspired by the intricate Moorish tile patterns which are apparent throughout Moroccan culture. The placement of colour and tonal differences allows each square to look individual and gives a slightly ‘worn’ quality to the rug.
This rug would be the perfect piece to complement an antique style setting or modern space.
Casablanca is available in a combination of NZ Wool & Silk or 100% NZ Wool. Available in most colours and all sizes!
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