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I’m obsessing over our runners lately. This vintage beauty is from a little beach front town in Morocco called Asilah. Their rugs are especially known for their brilliant colors! ❤️ It really reminds me of the art in weaving! It would look just as beautiful on a wall as it would on the floor... 💛 Click the #etsy link in our profile to check out this runner (and a bunch of other sweet little tasinos )!!!
This has been a crazy week for us! So many brilliant rugs, wedding blankets, and pillows are on their way to new owners, I love seeing them off and thinking about all the lives they’ve been a part of / all the places they still have to go.... (I’m having a seriously sappy morning... ). I’m amazing that our little maroon and gold Beni is still up for grabs! To check it out and soooo much more, visit our #etsyshop by clicking the link in our profile! 💛
Missing Morocco but mostly my missing my favorite dude... I was looking through old photos and found this shot from my first trip to Marrakech. So much has changed since then! 🙌 I’m so proud of the life we’ve built. Sometimes it’s reallllly tough to be apart from Ait but I love to hear that the guys are crushing this buying trip! Can’t wait to see this goodness and to see Ait in November! ❤️ Keep an eye on our stories for #sneakpeeks 🖤
I love this image, it means everything to see how the sheep are sheared and how gentle the hands are that take care of them. ✂️🐑💛 I think a lot about the quality of our Beni Ourains and it makes me proud that we know the sheep that most of them come from. Depending on the regions the sheep are sheered yearly or biyearly (sheep that are sheared biyearly generally live higher in the Atlas in slightly cooler climates. Pro tip: The yarn from sheep that are shaved every two years makes for better quality rugs ). It doesn’t hurt the sheep. It’s like getting a summer cut! 😉