Discovered by our merchants at a Moroccan souk, this stunning rug is known as a Beni Ourain, named after a group of 17 different Berber tribes from the Atlas Mountains. Each tribe creates rugs with subtle variations in design elements and colors - using all-natural dyes or no dyes at all. Because the tribes' people are shepherds and goat herders, the wool for these rugs is renowned for its superior softness and luxurious footfall. Beni Ourain tribal rugs were a popular choice for mid-century modern designers like Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Arne Jacobson, Marcel Breuer and Charles and Ray Eames, to name a few. With its neutral palette and fine geometric linework, this one-of-a-kind collectible is handwoven of decadently soft wool pile with a brown border and hand-knotted fringe. The modern-tribal design marries beautifully with many decors.