Alfombras de Boucherouite

Berber Boucherouite recycle rugs

Boucherouite (or Boucharouite) carpets are unique Moroccan rugs distinguished by their manufacturing method and colorful aesthetic. These are rugs woven from recycled fabric scraps, such as cotton, polyester, wool, and sometimes even synthetic fibers. These rugs are made using leftover fabrics, making them outstanding examples of creative recycling. Artisans use these reclaimed materials to create highly decorative, eco-friendly rugs. Thanks to the use of various recycled materials, Boucherouite rugs are extremely colorful and feature a multitude of textures. Their bright colors and irregular patterns make them visually captivating and perfect for adding a touch of color to any interior. Although they don't follow traditional Berber rug patterns, Boucherouite rugs are often adorned with abstract and geometric motifs that are improvised by the weavers. Each rug is therefore a unique work of art, reflecting the craftsman's personal creativity. Boucherouite rugs can be used in a variety of decorative contexts. Their eclectic style suits modern interiors as well as more traditional settings. They are often used as floor rugs, but can also be used as wall hangings or furniture covers to add an artistic touch.

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