Azilal hand-woven wool rugs are carpets originating from the province of the same name, located in the Middle Atlas mountains of Morocco.
Characteristic elements of traditional Azilal rugs are the bright background and the colorful decorative diamond patterns on it, as well as irregular, often abstract illustrations and symbols from nature.
They are often inspired by traditional Berber patterns, but weavers are also free to create new, creative designs.
We want to give you more that's why, in addition to the more traditional ones, you'll find rugs from Azilal province with very modern and designer designs.
Azilal rugs were discovered more widely relatively recently because in the late 20th century.
Many of these rugs were created as a result of the Moroccan indigenous people's lack of knowledge of the written language, and became a way to convey their personal stories and beliefs.
Azilal rugs are known for their rich and vibrant colors. Designs often include combinations of bright colors, which give Azilal rugs a joyful and cheerful look.
Traditionally, Azilal rugs are hand-woven rugs made of sheep's wool, sometimes plant fibers such as cotton are additionally used to achieve colorful, neon patterns.
Azilal rugs are beautiful works of handicraft that attract attention with their creativity, vibrant colors and rich history. They are not only a practical interior decoration, but also a reminder of Moroccan culture and tradition.