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High/Low Beni Ouarain Moroccan Rugs

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High/Low Beni Ouarain Moroccan Rugs

Izabella Simmons March 01, 2012

Is it just us, or are we all coveting a Moroccan Beni Ouarain rug? Here are a couple of options spotted recently.

N.B.: For sourcing ideas, investigate Breuckelen Berber.

Above: West Elm is currently offering a range of one-of-kind Beni Ouarain Berber Rugs; prices start at $1,499 for the smaller Found Moroccan Berber Rugs.

Above: The Flokati Diamond Rug (measuring 5 by 8 feet) is $898 from Anthropologie (other sizes also available).

Above: West Elm's well-priced Souk Rug, an interpretation of the traditional Moroccan Berber design, sold out quickly but will be back in stock in 8 to 12 weeks.

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