Taznakht Moroccan Rug For your interior Decor
Taznakht carpet , also called Ait Ouaouzguite rugs, comes from the region between Ouarzazate and Taznakht in the high Atlas Mountains, the region of saffron culture. The carpet uses pure sheep wool and often involves five natural colors (black, white, yellow, navy, orange) that remind us of the colors we can admire in the Sahara Desert. The Taznakht rug can be used for summer or winter, floor or against the wall. It’s the carpet of High Atlas by eminence.
Taznakht Rug Origin Tribe
Among the craft activities, weaving is the oldest in Ouarzazate. The Ait Ouaouzguit Center is one of the main cradles of this artisanal production. Weaving for these regions is an ancestral know-how that is transmitted at home and within the same family. Indeed, the mother introduces her daughter to how to make a rug. The Taznakht carpet is recognized by the quality of the wool and the brilliance of the natural dyed colors. The women take care of the weaving and modeling of the carpets and the men of marketing in the weekly markets. The naturally-dyed colors, traditional design, purity of materials and deep spirituality of the art itself make Taznakht rugs so unique and reflect the Moroccan culture in the perfection of the weaving art.
A vintage Taznakht carpet with bright and natural colors can decorate any interior, from minimalistic, mid-century modern to bohemian. The colors remind us of the Sahara Desert and will help to accentuate an element of your home. It fills your interior Design with warmth and special Maghreb presence.
Moroccan diverse culture is reflected in the perfection of weaving art. Simple and natural colors, traditional design, purity of materials and deep spirituality of the art itself make Taznakht rug so magical.