Each of our Beni rugs is a one-of-a-kind piece, with its own story and history. The weavers who create these beautiful textiles are part of a centuries-old tradition passed down from mother to daughter. The making of a Beni rug is truly an art form. It starts with the hand-spinning of wool into yarn, which is then dyed using natural dyes.

The yarn is then handwoven on a loom, with the weaver working carefully and patiently to create the intricate design. The result is a stunning textile that can be used as a floor covering, wall hanging or even laid out as a bedspread.

These pieces are not only works of art, but they are also practical and durable, able to withstand heavy use.

Not only will you be adding a stunning piece to your decor when you purchase a Beni rug, but you will also be supporting a vital part of berber culture – something we feel is important to preserve.