Sadira Beni Ourain Rug - 8' x 10'
This black and cream rug features the iconic patterns of the nomadic tribes in Morocco’s High Atlas. Masterfully hand-knotted using thick sheep’s wool, this pile-knot rug is one of the softest and most luxurious rugs your feet will ever touch.
While most Moroccan rugs on the market today are vintage, this beauty has been handcrafted exclusively for The Citizenry. Each rug takes 6 weavers a month to complete, made by a fair trade cooperative dedicated to preserving this lost art.
**Since each rug takes weeks to hand-loom, we only receive 1 - 2 per month.**
NOTE: Due to the size of this item, returns for a refund require a $65 total fee. Returns for store credit are always free.
Locally-sourced sheep's wool
Rug Thickness: 1 3/4''
Cream base with black pattern
Weavers of Bouguemez
"We constantly experiment, making something fresh from the traditional. The women in our co-op work together to innovate and make each part of the process better. We're hoping that makes our lives better, too."Learn More
31° 38' 44'' N
06° 28' 03'' W
Made with higher standards. We preserve artisan craft by paying wages that average 2x the fair trade requirement.
The raw, unrefined wool may include small, embedded natural fibers. Over time, these fibers will work their way to the surface – when they do, simply rake or lightly vacuum the fibers. No need to panic – shedding of loose fibers is normal with new wool rugs and will subside over time.
If the stain was caused by liquid, act quickly to prevent from drying – use paper towels to absorb. When in doubt, professional dry cleaning is always going to be your best bet.
Always free shipping within the continental U.S.
Exchanges and returns for store credit are free.
Prefer a refund? A single re-stocking fee will apply:
$0 (no fee) for just bedding and/or towels
$25 for most other returned orders
$65 if your return includes oversized items (area rugs, furniture, mirrors)
Easy returns within 30 days of delivery.
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