Kilim Woven Rug | Moroccan Kilim Carpet | Red Kilim Rugs Morocco


-3% Off

Red Berber Kilim Rug 

This kilim moroccan carpet is made with two traditional techniques, flatweave (kilim) and knotted. Hand-woven geometric design wiht featuring wool blue and ivory. This style of Moroccan flat fabric is woven without a memory pattern, making the design complexity even more impressive. On the sides it has woolen fringes.

Dimensions : 140 centimeters Width: 70 centimeters
Material: 100% cotton
Origin: Handmade in Morocco
Condition: Excellent condition!

We can make it at any size , Contact us about size you want us to create for you This is all free service !! No extra fees !Or Check Our Design InMoroccan kilim Rug Or Others Best Moroccan Rug 

Please request any changes on buyer note when you place your order or by email us here : [email protected]



Red Kilim Rug

Moroccan Berber Kilim Rug 

moroccan kilim and Carpets are one of the main pieces of furniture in every room. So, it is very important to own a rug or carpet that is attention grabbing and beautiful. This exactly what a kilim rug from BeldiNest can do for your room. All of our Moroccan kilim rugs are hand woven by the top professionals in Tunisia. All of the kilim rugs are made of 100% natural wool and use natural dyes. We hand craft all our Moroccan rugs In Tunisia, where it is a very popular part of their culture. Kilim is not only used for carpets, but it is commonly used for pillows and bags as well.

Moroccan Middle Atlas Berber Kilim Rug Carpet

Moroccan Kilims – Sought after for their worldly, well-traveled appearance, Moroccan kilim rugs are more popular than ever. Modernists like Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, who are synonymous with the mid-century, skillfully incorporated Moroccan kilim carpets into their pioneering designs. Colorful Moroccan kilim flat weave rugs decorated with graphic patterns and tribal symbols are still featured prominently in the most iconic mid-century homes.

This kilim moroccan carpet is made with two traditional techniques, flatweave (kilim) and knotted. Hand-woven geometric design wiht featuring wool blue and ivory. This style of Moroccan flat fabric is woven without a memory pattern, making the design complexity even more impressive. On the sides it has woolen fringes.

The minimal design works well in contemporary interiors.

moroccan kilim woven rug pink yellow orange

They weave in their houses with vertical looms built by themselves. Very often they weave in groups or in shifts and it is very normal that a single carpet this made by several women. The manufacturing time can last for several weeks or even months, depending on the size, the difficulty or the household tasks with which they combine the work.

Geometric Moroccan Rug Kilim

Today, new generations of designers and trend setters are discovering the versatility and eclectic beauty of the Kilim rugs that were woven in Morocco. The strong geometric patterns and intricate woven textures featured in mid-century Moroccan Kilim rugs are indispensable design assets. From the mid century designer duo of Eames to award-winning modern contemporary designers, many great stylists find that Moroccan kilims are the perfect accompaniment to classic, modern or eclectic mid-century furnishings.

moroccan shag rug kilim

For those that are looking for great value when shopping for rugs, the flat woven Moroccan kilims are phenomenal options. These beautiful textile art kilims from Morocco are extremely artistic, have the beautifully aged patina, each example is a unique one of a kind and they are still prices relatively low and even comparable or lower priced than their newer more commercial counterparts (like the more commercial “Moroccan inspired” kilims and rugs that new would find in restoration hardware). So if you are looking for affordable thin textured flat weave carpets that have a more modern approach to their designs and patterns, the vintage mid century modern Moroccan kilims will be extremely hard to beat!

The History of Style Leading to Rug & Kilim’s Moroccan Collection

From the antique and vintage riches of the Berber weavers to the wider capabilities of newer loom productions, our Moroccan rug and flat weave collection enjoys a diversity of wool and fabric pieces equal to our variations of colors and pile heights—both in classic tribal pieces capturing the foundations of the style and the contemporary adaptations of Moroccan sensibility in more spacious sizes.

cheap moroccan kilim rug

In a long career with ample time to experience the versatility of Moroccan style, it’s been rewarding to see that the vibrant, ever-distinguished and intricate colorway options of the classic tribal pieces remain popular and well-received among a variety of projects and spaces. Though the misconception remains that the original Moroccan rug and flat weave style is relegated to a niche in home design due to their size and colorway preferences, more often we’ve seen the range of our collection lending the most surprising complement to our colleagues; from chic, near-minimalist stripe and open-field designs to the more eclectic, culturally fascinating options with rich symbolism and history.

But those seeking a range in contemporary and modern appeal, the larger-loom Moroccan area rugs that have emerged in and beyond our own custom-capable Moroccan line enjoy thoughtful variations of mixed pile height options complementing the very lush, inviting wool pile and the elegant contrast of cream white and black. The classically inspired field designs play beautifully off the reserved, sensible chic of these pieces and we’re excited to see the life they bring to projects.

moroccan berber kilim rug red

Theres a wonderful piece is part of a collection of Kilims (SHADAOUI) produced by TASHKA working in collaboration with berbers women of the Aït Ouaouzguite tribe. These craftswomen live in small villages scattered in the region of the Siroua Mountains between the High and Middle Atlas.

The Moroccan Kilim rugs are known for their beautiful, high quality embroidery and sometimes decorated with sequins. Kilim rugs are woven from wool and patterns have a wide array of Berber motifs such as diamonds and triangles.

Bold statement colours and typical Berber symbols add uniqueness to this piece.

Moroccan Kilim Rug Price :

Please Contact Us For All Moroccan Kilim Rug Catalogue 

Kilim Moroccan Rug

Explore our exceptional collection of authentic Moroccan rugs and kilims, ranging from Berber rugs, vintage Berber rugs, vintage Moroccan rugs, antique rugs, Moroccan Atlas rugs, Rag rugs, Boucherouite rugs, Beni Ourain Rugs and Berber kilims. Known for their symmetrical designs, our rugs are traditionally hand woven by skilled women artisans in Morocco and no two are the same. Pair yours with solid colored walls and furniture for an amplified home appeal.

This is a typical Moroccan Kilim Rug design of Moroccan berber rugs. Offered to you by trusted Moroccan company, owned by locals. If this particular design doesn’t meet you taste, we have a wide range of berber rugs to enhance your home decor. Moroccan artisanal rugs are our specialty and we ship worldwide