Types of Moroccan Rugs

Amazigh tribes/styles

Moroccan Amazigh rugs come in a variety of styles. Certain rug styles develop as a result of factors such as where they were made, how they were made, and how their designs are like.



Explore more of the various styles of Moroccan rugs and get to know which type of Amazigh design best suits your home décor and fit your budget by reading on. Many questions are answered in this comprehensive guide.

Moroccan rugs are among the most common and in-demand rugs. These rugs, created in their spare time by Amazigh tribes women, reflect a wide range of Moroccan cultures, values, and traditions. They are a celebration of the diversity of customs, cultures, and values that exist in Morocco, as well as the artistic ambitions of their creators.



Morocco is a nation with a wide range of community cultures and customs, as well as a diverse environment and history. As a result, there are several different types of rugs produced by more than 40 different Amazigh tribes, as well as a wide range of rug characteristics. In this section, we will look at the different styles of Moroccan rugs that are available for you to choose from.




Beni Ouarain


Anyone with basic knowledge about Moroccan rugs, would immediately think of Beni Ouarian rugs as they are extremely popular. The most comfortable rugs from Morocco's Middle Atlas region's Beni Ourain region is a semi-nomadic tribe. This style of Amazigh rug will absolutely add touchably soft luxury to your living room, your bedroom or even your office. They are made entirely of sheep wool and are naturally dyed. These heirloom rugs are designed for those who really appreciate nature. They are the epitome of comfort and opulence. These lovely rugs will add a touch of class to your living room. Geometric patterns are a well-known and unique signature style of Beni Ourain rugs. They tell and reflect real life stories about their female weavers.






Kilims are hand-woven, low-pile Moroccan rugs made by using a flat weaving technique. They are less dense than other styles of Amazigh Moroccan rugs but are extremely durable. Kilims served as art masterpieces and a way for the Amazigh female weavers to express themselves. Kilim weavers mostly used natural wool and natural dyes. The symbols and colors tell stories and help to distinguish each kilim rug as each one is unique in a certain way.






If you fancy a vibrant Moroccan rug; Boucherouite rug is the perfect choice for you; this patchwork is a true work of art that will add to the beauty of your home. These rugs are basically made by upcycling of random fabric and pieces of cloth. Each rug is unique, representing the ingenuity of the Moroccan Amazigh women who woven it. Ideal for those who want to fill their homes with life and cultural artifacts.






Azilal rugs, which come from the Azilal region of Morocco's High Atlas region, are known for their use of bold color palettes and designs to make their tells last for generations. They are made of wool mixed with cotton or sometimes only cotton The natural color of the wool used in Azilal rugs is often a light shade of cream*white, white, or the famous ivory color, which is then woven with brightly naturally dyed wool.




Zanafi rugs are made in the Moroccan city of Ouarzazate, which is located south of Marrakech, in the High Atlas. The cubic type designs and earthy brown and ivory white colors of these tribal flat-woven rugs distinguish them. These beautiful rugs are exquisite works of art that retain cultural presence, complex symbolism, and a vibrant color palette and design. They are handwoven by Moroccan  Amazigh women using organic natural wool sourced locally.






Boujaad rugs are hand woven by Moroccan Amazigh women from the Middle Atlas Mountains' Haouz region, specifically in a small city called khouribga. The flush pink, bold red, and vibrant  orange different shades  are a distinguishing characteristic of these stunning rugs, which were made with soft wool and natural dyes that makes them extra soft and warm.