While the tradition behind the Moroccan Wedding Blanket can seem archaic to a lot of Westerners, they have a rich history, and look great in your home.
It's undeniable. Moroccan tribal rugs are definitely having a moment in Toronto, as they have in many other global cities for a long time. Some have transitioned from trend to straight up modern classic—I'm looking at you Beni Ourain—and others are well on their way. If you haven't delved into the dusty, washed out colours and imperfect symmetry of the rugs from the Beni M'Guild tribe, I suggest you take a look at our 2017 Summer Collection. Beni M'guilds bridge the gap between the impressionistic tribal rugs, and the more composed city rugs, such as the ones originating from Fez or Rabat.