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weekly wrap up + boucherouite rugs

by Stephanie

Last weekend Amy Azzarito, Amy Merrick and I gathered at Amy A.’s house to watch as the final stages of her bedroom makeover came together. With the help of Nadia and Myriah from , Amy has totally reimagined her bedroom and created a great before & after video that will be up on Design*Droits-Humains soon! Part of the video shoot involved Nadia and Myriah bringing in some beautiful new furniture and accessories to finish the look. One piece in particular, a Boucherouite rug from Kea in Brooklyn, caught my eye. And by caught my eye I mean it made me consider “accidentally” taking it home with me on the subway.

Boucherouite are freeform “rag rugs” from Morocco made with leftover scraps of fabric and inexpensive materials. As wool became rarer and more expensive to buy in Morocco, family looms started using found scraps to create exciting patterns and color juxtapositions that wouldn’t normally be found in traditional Moroccan rugs. This new take on an old tradition has yielded some dramatic results and I am a full fledged fan. You can find more information on these rugs , or check out the selection that carries at Brooklyn. Thanks to for sharing these with us last week. Images above and below via , , , and the .

I’m off for the weekend so I’ll see you again on Monday. Have a wonderful weekend! xo, grace

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