Boujad rugs are a classic rug with the most vibrant colors. It has beautiful berber patterns and symbols and comes in different shades of the color desert sand.
Rug is the first thing that attract eyes in the room. It may be slightly asymmetrical in their shape and pattern with some imperfections because they are all handcrafted.
Boujad is a large town located between the Zaer-Zaiane territories and of the Rehamna region. It’s an important market center of weavings production in the area from Ez-Zhiliga until south of Beni Mellal. We call this trade ‘Boujads’.
They are since the weaving tribes, though of Arab origin, not part of a single confederation. They are spread out over a relatively large area. Until recently the best know ‘Boujads’ were the mixed-technique examples similar to knotted pile. Some examples are now appearing on the market in increasing numbers, thanks to a large degree to Wilfried Stanzer’s ongoing research and extensive documentation of these pieces. Their diversity in color, composition and weave often sets them apart.
One of the most amazing aspects of Berber carpet is how the Berber woman succeeds in shrouding the profound desire of heer intimate self in abstract symbolic forms, but occasionally also reveals it with a spontaneous lack of restraint. The composition of the Berber carpet is often dedicated to birth.