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Rugs: Breuckelen Berber in Brooklyn

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Rugs: Breuckelen Berber in Brooklyn

Julie Carlson December 07, 2011

Brooklyn-based husband-and-wife design team Brin Reinhardt and Nathan Ursch (they both did stints at Design Within Reach) founded their new rug venture, Breuckelen Berber, when they couldn't locate the carpet they had in mind. On a trip to Morocco, they discovered Berber textile arts and came home with a vintage Beni Ouarain. After a bit of research, they began importing the vintage carpets; they now offer several styles and a range of colors. For more information, go to Breuckelen Berber.

Above: A NYC townhouse by Fernlund + Logan with a Beni Ouarain carpet.

Above: A 1970s Beni Ouarain from the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

Above: A detail of the hand-stitching.

Above: An ivory wool Azilal rug dating from 1955.

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