Originating in the High Atlas Region of Morocco, Moroccan rugs vary in color from neutral shades to popping hues. The designs also vary, from ordered geometric shapes to free form, expressive patterns. Common motifs used in Moroccan tribal carpets resemble European cave paintings. Lightweight, long, and hand-knotted, Moroccan rugs feature flat-woven thick pile bands, borders, and lattice grid work.

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