4 x 3m
The Beni Mirit rug is a traditional Moroccan rug that originates from the Beni Mirit tribe in the northern region of Morocco. These rugs are hand-woven by skilled artisans using techniques that have been passed down for generations.
The design of the Beni Mirit rug typically features a geometric pattern of diamonds or lozenges in various sizes, colors, and textures. The background color is usually a natural ivory or white wool, while the diamonds are often a darker shade of brown, black, or blue.
One of the distinguishing characteristics of the Beni Mirit rug is the high pile, which gives the rug a plush, shaggy texture. The pile is made from natural wool that is shorn from the sheep, washed, and then spun by hand. The wool is then dyed using natural dyes made from plants and minerals.